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Learn about Concrete, from how to use its user-friendly editing tools to add and manage content to how to extend it as a developer by creating custom solutions for your needs.

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Learn how to use Concrete and set up your site.

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Developers

Learn how to extend Concrete CMS. If you're a theme or add-on developer, or someone creating a custom website or application solution with Concrete, this is where you need to be.

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Developers

Introduction & Installation

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Building a website with Concrete

The definitive, best-practices guide to building and configuring a Concrete website

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Full Developer Documentation

Full documentation for all of Concrete’s developer features

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Update jQuery to 3.5 on Concrete CMS version 8.5.x
Dec 1, 2021
By hissy.

If you have to take some time to fix your site to work with version 9 and want to update jQuery immediately, you can override it.

Add-On Developers: Get Your Add-Ons Ready for Concrete CMS 9.0
Aug 6, 2021
By andrew.

Concrete CMS 9.0 is coming! But there are some changes in version 9 that might affected your add-ons and themes. This document aims to answer questions about the most common ways that your add-ons might need to be changed, and common problems you'll run into.

Permissions for editors in a multilingual site
Jun 2, 2021
By myq.

How to set up a multilingual Concrete CMS site for groups of language-specific editors

Getting Started with Doctrine in Concrete CMS
Jan 20, 2021
By linuxoid.

Doctrine is a very flexible, simple (once you get to know it better) and powerful PHP library for database interactions primarily focused on the ORM = Object Relational Mapping and DBAL = DataBase Abstraction Layer.