Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g. fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents. Tutorials, books, mailing lists for users, etc. can be found on the “learning CSS” page. For background information on style sheets, see the Web style sheets page.
This is the DEMO website for SPIP. You can use this site to test the latest version of SPIP, the site content will be reset regularly (every 4 hours) to clear anything you have added.
SPIP is both a publication system and a development platform. After a quick tour of SPIP’s features, we will describe how it works and explain how to develop with it using helpful examples wherever possible.
A lot of SPIP users are maintaining the external contributions site SPIP-CONTRIB: it is a mine of information and solutions for various problems.
The «SPIP Forums» site is there to provide you with a multilingual discussion forum. It is the best place for your questions if you are an occasional user and do not want to subscribe to the mailing list. As for many forums, the search engine is there to help you find answers quickly, so try to search there before writing a question that might already have been answered.
This list is dedicated to everything related to the use of SPIP in English. This is where you are most likely to get help and to find a solution to your problem.
If you are the webmaster of a SPIP based site, or if you are an editor in that site and you wish to discuss matters related to the way you use SPIP, come and join the list.
If you are a novice SPIP user, we strongly advise you to join this list (free of charge of course).