Movable Type has a well earned reputation as an incredibly scalable, flexible and powerful publishing platform and is used by large enterprises, publishers and bloggers alike. Movable Type however was not designed exclusively for large publishers - Movable Type is in fact suitable for anyone wanting to create a web site, big and small.
To help our users build the next generation of popular, innovative and ground breaking blogs we have begun to invest heavily in one of the community's most critical resources: documentation. Movable Type's developer documentation has already received an enormous overhaul, and now we turn our attention to our documentation for designers.
In fact, our work has already begun on that documentation; but before we make too much progress, we wanted to first check with our community and see if we are covering the right concepts, tutorials and topics. We therefore invite you to check out our new Movable Type Designer Guide's table of contents and give us feedback on the set of topics it outlines for our new designer documentation. Do you feel it will leave any major questions for you unanswered? Do you wish it would just cover one more thing? Let us know, we want to hear from you!
We are also working on training materials and will soon be offering free webinars on Building Web Sites with Movable Type, just as soon as we work through and develop a solid curriculum. Check out the following preview of just such a training session:
If you are interested in attending a free webinar, let me know and I will let you know when we schedule our first session.
Do you have a passion or interest in our documentation? Want to stay up to date with our documentation project? Check out the following resources:
And finally, want to see the progress we have already made on our developer documentation? Check it out: