NonProfit CMS joins Gray Digital Group

Gray Digital Group is a full service digital marketing agency in San Antonio, TX.

Gray Digital Group works with clients all over the country. Our client base is comprised of large national health systems, small to medium-sized businesses, law firms and non-profits.

Our Location

117 W Mistletoe Ave, San Antonio TX 78212

Office: (210) 820-0566
Fax: (210) 829-8361

Part of Gray Digital Group

Latest from the Blog


DPLF – Drupal Web Design and Publication Finder

Posted on July 11th, 2011 by Gray Digital
By Admin |July 11th, 2011

The Foundation for Due Process of Law (DPLF) approached NonprofitCMS in early 2011 about redesigning their current website and implementing their site in an intuitive CMS.  Before approaching nonprofitCMS, DPLF had been using a custom made CMS by one of their volunteers.  Their needs quickly read more

AFMA – WordPress Design and aMember Directory Integration

Posted on July 11th, 2011 by Gray Digital
By Admin |July 11th, 2011

The Association of Family Medicine Administration approached NonprofitCMS in the beginning of 2011 to design and build a new website and member management system for them.  NonprofitCMS decided, based on their needs, that WordPress and aMember would be an ideal solution.   The challenge for read more

Simple Crumbs Invalid Header in WordPress 3.1 Resolved

Posted on March 9th, 2011 by Gray Digital
By Admin |March 9th, 2011

When we upgraded to WordPress 3.1 we noticed that one of our open source plugins, Simple Crumbs which produces breadcrumbs like this:      suddenly stopped working!  WordPress indicated that “Simple Crumbs has been disabled” as it has an invalid header.  Well the good news read more

Paste from Word to WordPress Including Images!

Posted on March 8th, 2011 by Gray Digital
By Admin |March 8th, 2011

Pasting from Word into any WYSIWYG editor has been the holy grail of any content management system.  We have all used the Paste from Word feature and notice that it, well, doesn’t really do a good job.  Furthermore, any charts or images get left behind read more