The very popular concrete5 Pixo Form Templates add-on is now available for the concrete5 5.7 content management system. This add-on is perfect when you need to fit a text field and it's label into a limited space such as a sidebar.
To apply the custom templates that come with this add-on you simply create your form in Concrete5 as you normally would, then, while still in Edit Mode, click on the form block and choose Design & Custom Template. After that, click on the gear icon and in the Custom Template select box choose the label inside template. When you apply the Label Inside custom template the field labels will be put inside the field for text and text area fields that have been applied to the block. When you click inside the text fields the labels will automatically disappear.
The label inside custom template is perfect when you need to add a form in an area that either vertically or horizontally doesn't have a lot of space for form field labels to be included. The custom template is tabless and ready for responsive websites so it is the perfect edition for any concrete5 website.
One of the most sophisticated websites we’ve ever built and the most forward-thinking website for financial and life insurance advisors was launched by Pixo this last week. Built on the Concrete5 content management system (learn more), the BrokersAlliance.com website puts at the agent’s finger tips a plethora of tools that have never been encapsulated in one website before. From a single intuitive, personalizable interface, called myAdvisor Cloud, agents for the first time can manage all of their business, get real-time reports, quotes, access training materials and much more.
One great thing about the concrete5 content management system (CMS) is that its fame is worldwide. Business owners and website administrators have pretty quickly adopted what is one of the fast growing open source CMS in the market today. I love it when someone from Canada, Sweden, Spain or anywhere in the world contacts us because they have heard of or played around with Concrete5 and want it for their website. Just this week we launch a great law firm website for a startup in Australia (www.litigant.com.au) that wanted Concrete5 5.7 for their website.
These days working with companies around the world has never been easier. Screen shares, emails and file sharing tools makes it like you are working with someone that is right next door. So if you are looking for a new concrete5 5.7 website or to upgrade an existing site for your business and you are in Denver or on the other side of the globe, drop us a note and let us build for you a website with international appeal.