By pgorod | July 15, 2019 | admin
Usually upgrades are done in small iterations, and we recommend that you upgrade as often as possible. But we know that if you’re many versions behind the latest, and dealing with a large instance full of customisations, or having inherited the instance from a predecessor, perhaps with little documentation, can make the prospect of upgrading a bit more daunting.
By pgorod | September 5, 2018 | development
Since SuiteCRM 7.10, the SuiteP theme started to have 4 Sub-themes called Dawn, Day, Dusk and Night. This article teaches how to "fork" one of these and start a new Sub-theme of your own.
I will create a new Sub-theme called Noon, based on Day, and I will make some changes in order to increase the contrast in some parts of the app.
By Jim Mackin | July 23, 2018 | development
I’ve previously created a very simple module for SuiteCRM which adds coloured logging (SuiteCRM Super Logger). I’ve now expanded it somewhat to add extra features.
It’s now called SuiteSuperLogger and allows specifying the log format in the config. It can be downloaded from the original blog post
By Jim Mackin | May 3, 2018 | development
Like a lot of SuiteCRM the field types are customisable and you can add your own types of fields. This post will explain how to add a colour picker as a custom field type.
By pgorod | April 14, 2017 | admin
SuiteCRM uses a number of
Scheduler jobs that are supposed to run at
scheduled times, supporting functionalities like search indexing,
workflows, email notifications, database maintenance, etc.
By Jim Mackin | March 4, 2016 | development
Sometimes you will want to format fields that are shown on the list view depending on the values. For example you may want to colour the direction field on calls differently or to highlight quotes that expire soon.
By Jim Mackin | August 25, 2015 | development
Alerts in the menu bar are an excellent way of calling user’s attention. What if you what to create a custom alert through code? It’s easy, here’s how to do it.