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Using SASS with OpenWGA

In case you didn't know this: OpenWGA 7.3 suppports SCSS.

SCSS is a CSS preprocessor compiling your SCSS code to CSS.

To use SCSS define you scss code as CSS-recource (in scripts/css) with file extension .scss. Address this resource as usual using <tml:url type="css">. OpenWGA will find your scss code and compiles it to CSS on the fly without any further actions for the designer. No separate build process is required.

SCSS code is cached. As long as you don't change your scss code (or one of the "@import-ed" resources) the CSS is served from the cache without running the scss processor again.

In production mode the resulting CSS code is automatically compressed. In developer mode (using OpenWGA Developer Studio) the CSS is not compressed.

OpenWGA 7.3 released

We just released OpenWGA 7.3

In this release we mainly concentrated on SEO functions.

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A new SEO panel in OpenWGA content Manager give authors the information they need to optimise their pages:

  • Visualisation of Heading structure 
  • Keyword analysis
  • Visualisation of search engine results

In addition we introduced new METAs for robots index/follow and sitemap.xml-properties.

We improved Title-Path handling and let authors specify their own title-Path.

We removed redirects when visiting the home page via domain root URLs.

We added the possibility to have only one <script src="..."> Tag in HTML head and load other scripts asynchrony using requireJS.

We improved the integrated SASS engine to better be usable with existing SASS-Libraries.

And we added a new JavaScript handler that not only is able to combine multiple JS-Soures into one but also uses Uglify-JS to optimise and minimise the resulting JS-Code on production servers.


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