[Radiant] Ruby on Rails Developer Wanted

2008-11-28 Thread Milkias Mollallegn
Dear Friends, (Ruby-People.com) - Due to recent relocation an opportunity has arisen for 2 creative and highly skilled Ruby on Rails Developers with at least 3 years commercial experience to join our client - a leading Internet services and hosting company. You will be joining a small

[Radiant] Modifying look-feel, and an error I'm seeing

2008-11-28 Thread Robert Calco
What's the trick to modifying existing pages (For example, in the admin pages, I want it to say something other than Radiant CMS)? Do I have to modify them in the gem or can my extensions override? An example of how to do that would be great! Also without any customizations to the basic project

Re: [Radiant] Modifying look-feel, and an error I'm seeing

2008-11-28 Thread Adam van den Hoven
Change the admin.subtitle and admin.title properties and you'll be good. You can do it through the console (which I don't like) or install the Settings extension and edit it directly in the UI (which I do like). On 28-Nov-08, at 10:47 AM, Robert Calco wrote: What's the trick to

Re: [Radiant] Modifying look-feel, and an error I'm seeing

2008-11-28 Thread Mohit Sindhwani
Adam van den Hoven wrote: Change the admin.subtitle and admin.title properties and you'll be good. You can do it through the console (which I don't like) or install the Settings extension and edit it directly in the UI (which I do like). The settings extension was documented by me for

Re: [Radiant] Modifying look-feel, and an error I'm seeing

2008-11-28 Thread Robert Calco
By gum that did it. Thanks! - Bob On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 2:10 PM, Michael Kessler [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote: Bob, The undefined method `[]' for #Enumerable error comes from an incompatibility between Ruby 1.8.7 and Rails 2.0.2. Just add unless '1.9'.respond_to?(:force_encoding)