Tutorials – Learning Composr

Advanced access control Go to tutorial

Advanced permission management within Composr, for power-users.
1st August 2008
Core Doc; Difficulty: Expert

Aggregate Content Types Go to tutorial

How to set up complex content types, by linking standard Composr types/structure together.
by Chris
1st May 2013
Core Doc; Difficulty: Expert

Commandr Go to tutorial

Did you know you can reconfigure half your site's systems in a few easy keystrokes? We explore this and more...
by Philip
1st August 2008
Core Doc; Difficulty: Expert

Custom fields Go to tutorial

Detailed information on the different field types supported by Composr.
by Chris
Tags: Power tools
1st April 2015
Core Doc; Difficulty: Novice

Filtering using Filtercode syntax Go to tutorial

How to filter content based upon field filtering queries.
by Chris
Tags: Power tools
1st August 2010
Core Doc; Difficulty: Expert

Filtering using Selectcode syntax Go to tutorial

Selectcode is our language for saying what content you would like to be matched/selected. Learn how to use it.
by Chris
Tags: Power tools
1st August 2008
Core Doc; Difficulty: Expert

Optimising Performance Go to tutorial

Composr is very heavily optimised for high performance out-of-the-box, but here are some advanced performance tips.
1st August 2008
Core Doc; Difficulty: Expert

Tempcode programming Go to tutorial

You'll be shocked at how much themeing control you can muster using Tempcode. Learn all about it...
by Chris
1st September 2008
Core Doc; Difficulty: Regular

The Composr Enterprise Repository Go to tutorial

How the Composr content repository works and may be accessed and used.
1st May 2013
Core Doc; Difficulty: Expert

The form field filter system Go to tutorial

How power-users can apply sophisticated filters to the data that gets submitted to their website.
by Chris
Tags: Power tools
1st August 2008
Core Doc; Difficulty: Expert

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