GetSimple Image Gallery – GSGallery v.2.0 Released

It is my pleasure to let you guys know that I just released version 2.0 of the GetSimple Image Gallery Plugin. This is a stable release that includes many fixes and improvements over the last release (v1.1.0).

New Major Features:

  • Create multiple galleries
  • Ability to put a caption to each image
  • Added Multi-Language support

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Useful CSS3 Resources

I’ve been trying a couple of CSS3 features at work and on a couple of personal projects. Upon doing my usual search routine to find resources and information on google, I’ve stumble upon a couple of good pages that can help you try and learn features like: box-shadow, border-radius, and gradients.

CSS border radius generator for lazy people

This simple site gives you a quick an easy way to generate the CSS code for the awesome border-radius property.

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GetSimple Plugins: Simple Image Gallery

I think I’ve become addicted to GetSimple CMS. In 5 days I have fully developed 2 plugins (check out -> TweetMeme reTweet Button plugin) and started development in another. If you are a free-lance developer doing small websites for your clients, or you are just a regular guy trying to set up your small site. I recommend you check GetSimple. It’s easy to install, since it does NOT need a database. It pretty much works right out the box. Read more…


GetSimple Plugins: TweetMeme reTweet Button

Get Simple CMSThis is my first attempt at creating plugins for Get Simple CMS, an awesome CMS system I’ve been playing around lately. So, I recommend you guys check it out, if you are looking for a “Simple” content management system for your next project.

This plugin allows you to easily add TweetMeme’s reTweet Button to the content pages in GetSimple. It also includes a settings panel in the settings section of the administration area when you can customize the plugin. Read more…


Working with Google Charts and Visualization API

Red line chart with pale gray backgroundThis week I had the chance to play around with Google’s charts API, and let me tell you that I’m loving it. In the past couple of years I’ve had to integrate charts into the different projects. I have used everything from Fusion Charts, to PHP/SWF Charts, and DOJO’s charting engine. But, since I learned that Google provided developers with an API to create charts on the fly, I wanted to give it a try. Read more…