Add-ons will be called Apps in 2.3, but the name doesn't matter - it's the extensibility that makes MODX great.
Blue and orange is what MODX used to look like.
Designers and Developers love MODX for different reasons.
Evolution is the MODX Legacy that oldies wont forget, and is still being used by some.
Forums are the heart of the community.
Global would describe the MODX Community best, aided by many available translations.
Huge numbers of MODX sites are out there, but nobody knows exactly how many because it's impossible to track.
Integrating custom markup into MODX is as easy as copy, paste, replace content with tags.
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Large or small, MODX handles them all.
Nothing is impossible.
Open Source, of course.
Quantum Physics will be possible in MODX3, or it will not.
RTFM supposedly means Read The Free Manual, but we all know it doesn't, right?
SiteCheck is a great addon by community hero and author Bob Ray, available here.
Templates and Tags are what makes up the bulk of MODX sites. They're simple yet super powerful.
Users can easily and intuitively manage the entire site with the sitemap-like resource tree.
VersionX can save your content and elements when editors make mistakes, so install it when you work on a site.
Web Content Platform is my preferred term for describing what MODX is, over the more prevalent CMS or CMF
XPDO is at the core of MODX and provides a secure, object-oriented way of dealing with any data.
You can help make MODX better by reporting and confirming bugs, developing patches or contributing documentation and tutorials.
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