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An article by Gaspard Bucher

This first screencast shows how to publish a new blog entry using zena. It highlights the following features:

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This first screencast shows how to publish a new blog entry using zena. It highlights the following features:


You can also view this tutorial in HD on vimeo.

comments

  1. Thursday, August 28 2008 22:13 kuukuu

    Zena is amazing!!!!
    I like it already!

  2. Tuesday, September 02 2008 20:53 manu

    impressionant de simplicité. bravo !

  3. Thursday, October 09 2008 17:46 rubyac

    It is so cool

  4. Wednesday, December 03 2008 10:27 jeremy

    Pop-ups are sooo old-school..
    great functionnalities thru..

  5. Thursday, January 22 2009 06:47 jafar

    this is the first cool cms ive seen in a while

  6. Sunday, September 06 2009 19:18 Arie

    Howa zenadmin rocks!

  7. Friday, October 16 2009 16:38 alex

    It’s interested

  8. Wednesday, April 28 2010 06:37 myself

    this is awesome!

  9. Wednesday, May 26 2010 22:12 CMSista

    Sorry to say this, but your product is a usability nightmare. Why is there a separate window for entering content that then gets echoed in the window behind, we’ll never know.

    Yet another sad example of what happens when techno-geeks decide to tackle a business need:(

  10. Friday, May 28 2010 22:12 Gaspard

    CMSista,

    You have a good point and the “popup goes behind” has been solved by removing popups.

    On a side note, I nearly removed your comment because treating people names (whatever they are) is not ok. Please be nice. You don’t like what we are trying to do, just move on: there are tons of tools that should fit your needs better ;-).

  11. Sunday, December 12 2010 16:22 sylvia

    have to agree with CMSista over there

  12. Tuesday, May 01 2012 05:55 jj

    sylvia ok, but CMSista should not have called devs names.
    This work presumably required a good amount of time and effort, and, in spite of how much you or anyone liked it or not, it’s still free. So if you don’t like it, ok, express your opinions and move on, but don’t call people names.
    That’s called respect, and politeness.
    I personally haven’t tried it, so I cannot say how good it is to me, but anyway it’s not nice to come here and rant against devs if you don’t like it.

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