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The Common Web Platform (CWP) is a Platform as a Service offering New Zealand Government websites. SilverStripe Ltd is under contract to the Department of Internal Affairs to provide the platform. CWP was launched in September 2013.
The Wātea theme can be installed on top of the Starter theme (see cascading themes) to provide a more visually appealing start to a CWP website with SilverStripe.
The new WordPress editor is coming, and it's quite a departure from the classic "text in a box" mode that we're used to.
Sometimes, you may come across issues such as errors when exporting a large number of entries or errors stating the available memory has been exhausted. These errors are caused by PHP limits within the server and or the WordPress install being too low for the amount of data being processed. In this article, we will […]
On the 30th of May the first major update became available for the Common Web Platform, in the form of a 2.0.0 stable release. The Common Web Platform is an all of government CMS platform which is built on top of and supported by SilverStripe. Much excitement and anticipation has built up around this monumental […]
Order a Website Review and we will design and develop a website for a Charity of your choice. You supply the content for the Charity web site and we will develop, host and maintain it for your organisation completely free of charge. At this stage only Australian & New Zealand registered charities are eligible.
The growth of global ecommerce is mind-boggling. In 2017 it reached around $2.3 trillion and is expected to hit $4.5 trillion in 2021 (according to a Statista report). In the US alone, ecommerce represents almost 10 percent of retail sales — a figure that is growing by nearly 15 percent each year. As much as […]
This is a short guide for those who are already familiar with SilverStripe development. This will allow you to setup a CWP Gitlab project, repository and a local CWP-configured SilverStripe installation on which you can commit and push code to GitLab. Before you begin This guide assumes you already have: A server with Apache, MySQL...