Tense Code 3.0: a quick tutorial

This entry is part of a series showing off the new features in Tense Code 3.0. Tense Code is a content management system that makes creating and updating web sites much easier.

If you’re not familiar with how Tense Code works, here’s a quick tutorial to show you the basics. There’s no narration, but it should be fairly straightforward. Here’s what you’ll see in this video:

  • Logging in and selecting a site to edit
  • Viewing your existing web site
  • Adding a new entry
  • Uploading an image with the entry
  • Selecting categories
  • Previewing and validating your new entry
  • Saving the entry and then viewing the updated site

Comments

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NameCat.com

NameCat.com

Hi Mike -

Thanks for the preview! I heard Tense Code 3.0 was coming last month (June) with support for making posts/pages in Japanese. Any update on when a download will be available?

Rafael

Mike Piontek

Mike Piontek

I apologize for the delay! These past few weeks have been very hectic. I’m actually working on some of the finishing touches right now, and I’ll definitely have the first beta version available in a day or two.

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