We've posted a list of things to look at when optimizing for performance on your Mura site. Follow these tips to make your Mura site(s) screaming fast.
Often times you’ll need to output custom navigation based on the content of a specific Local Index (Feed), but need to have very specific markup. To do this, you’ll need to access Mura’s iterator. In this post, we'll show how to do exactly that.
We're pleased to announce the availability of Mura CMS version 5.3. This release of Mura CMS contains dozens of new features and enhancements, and is the easiest to use, most powerful version of Mura CMS yet.
A critical security flaw has been discovered for all versions of Mura CMS older than version 5.2.2809. We strongly encourage all Mura CMS administrators to update their Mura CMS core to the latest version.
Our June Mura CMS training courses were so popular, we're presenting them again this October. We've got 3 different courses available - if you take all 3 we're offering an almost $400 discount! There's no better way to gain an in-depth understanding of how to get the most out of Mura CMS.
We’re looking for a tenacious problem-solver and self-starter to both support existing clients and to work in a production role on new projects. Join the team behind Mura CMS.
Someone recently asked for a complete list of available events in Mura. We're currently trying to find time to write more detailed documentation that gives specific information about each event. However, until then I thought that I would at least post this list of currently available events to let explore.
A simple and fast syntax for accessing Mura CMS data and objects
For all those waiting for Mura v5.2 to arrive, wait no more! We are pleased to announce that Mura v5.2 is now available for download and for automatic updates.
Just this last weekend I was working on a Mura project and needed to hook into Google Analytics to get some metrics. So l did what any normal red blooded developer would do. Create a new account with Google Analytics, copy the Analytics js code that Google provides you and paste it into my Mura template right above the </body> tag. Very simple.