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WordPress Configuration

By Bruno Winck on Friday, March 20th, 2015 in Customizing, Technology, WordPress. No Comments

For novices: You are now reading a post on a WordPress Blog. This post explains how it is setup. WordPress is also the CMS to manage all the static pages on the site. I manage many other WordPress site: either for personal interests or for other Kneaver related companies. Given most Kneaver users will end […]

How do I query say people with certain ExperienceType?

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, January 22nd, 2015 in Customizing. No Comments

A.¬†Short answer Go to the said¬†experience type (using the search box for example). All related items will be listed there. Among them all the people with this experience type. Drawback of this method: Links will appear mixed with other uses of this experience type. Imagine you have also courses requiring a given experience type they […]

Why and How creating new types in Kneaver

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, March 21st, 2013 in Customizing, Kneaver. No Comments

Customization is a compelling feature of Kneaver. With types you can smoothly enhance the semantic capabilities of Kneaver. In this post I took the occasion of creating a new type to show the process step by step. Customizing a single item I am on the process of collecting my knowledge on KM itself. For this […]

Difference between attributes, templates and inductors

By Bruno Winck on Wednesday, January 30th, 2013 in Customizing. No Comments

When we want to enrich the interaction around items, assists the user, be more directive in what has/can be filled we resort to all theses gimmicks. Where do they fit ? Slot or attributes are recognizable piece of data attached in a 1-1 relation to an item. Name, Surname, Cell Phone number, email for a […]