In my previous blog posts on plugin development, I've reviewed the basic building blocks of a Mura CMS plugin. While this model is fine for building smaller plugins, there may come a time when you want to build something more substantial. In those cases, you would be well advised to look at using a development framework.
One of the most common vulnerabilities in any web application is found in its html forms. Mura CMS provides a strong layer of cross-site-scripting protection for all form elements, leveraging the tag filtering methods found in Portcullis.cfc to remove any apparent HTML or other scripted code within the values submitted in a form.
“It’s getting tough out there.” So begins “Connecting Content Marketing Experiences: Three Keys to more connected and aligned technology and marketing agendas.” Author Robert Rose (Digital Clarity Group, Content Marketing Institute) is commenting on a particularly sticky challenge marketers face.
In the spirit of Cards Against Humanity, we’ve created our own expansion pack, “Marketers Avoid Calamity.” A mashup of digital marketing references and jargon, the pack is designed to mix in with the original game to create some, ahem, interesting content experiences.