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PHP » Content Management Systems — over 10 years ago
In this tutorial, readers will look at the tabs component of jQuery UI; a simple but effective means of presenting structured content in an engaging and interactive widget. Topics like: * The default implementation of the widget * How the CSS framework targets tab widgets * How to apply custom styles to a set of tabs * Configuring tabs using their options * Built-in transition effects for content panel changes are thoroughly discussed in this tutorial.
PHP » Content Management Systems — over 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
SEO is necessary—you've got to do it if you want to rank well for keywords. In this Chapter, readers will learn: * What is a keyword and why it matters * Why keyword research is perhaps the most important thing you will do in an SEO campaign * Setting goals for your keywords * How to use your site to find great keywords including installing and configuring the Top Searches module * Several external keyword research tools to speed up the process of finding the best terms * A walk-throu
Illustrator » 3D Techniques — over 10 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This tutorial will hep readers to add background music to the game, generate sounds associated to the game events, organize the media elements for the game, reproduce videos combined with animated projections etc
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — almost 11 years ago
In this tutorial, the readers will learn how to: * Store and retrieve information in lists * Add and remove items from the lists * Keep track of items in a list by using a counter * Identify intervals using the mod block * Use if/else control blocks to make decisions using Scratch 1.4
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
Interesting and useful content is a necessity on any web site, particularly on those built around a Content Management System. However, this may not be the only necessity. Another necessity is making the browsing experience on your site pleasant for the visitor, and in this context, making the content easy to find. Having content on the front page of the site is one way to make it findable, but the amount of content is limited to a point before the page becomes unwieldy. This tutorial will make
Java » File Management — almost 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
In this tutorial,readers will learn about the basic features of creating, editing, and managing content in Alfresco by using Alfresco Explorer. With Alfresco, readers can manage any type of document, such as HTML, text, XML, Microsoft Office documents, Adobe PDF, Flash, scanned images, multimedia, and video files. It helps the users to understand the concepts of creating and using categories and smart spaces. By the end of this tutorial, the readers will have also learned how to create spaces an
PHP » Content Management Systems — about 11 years ago
In this tutorial by Matt Butcher, we're going to: * Create a simple theme * Add JavaScript to a theme
PHP » Basics — about 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
This chapter covers the basic feature codes and extra functions, as well as how to create custom features lik redirecting calls for 411 to a free provider. The following chapter goes into detail on all of the PBX settings and what their options are.
PHP » Object Oriented Programming — about 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
A Primer to A.G.I is all about AGI (Asterisk Gateway Interface)—its working, its three types, and the different frameworks.An introduction to Asterisk's AGI technology. The article starts with introduction to the working of AGI. It then covers different types of AGI, different frameworks, and finally it touches upon the do's and don'ts that need to be followed for the AGI script to work and function properly. The new book by Nir Simionovich helps us to: # Develop voice-enabled applications
Illustrator » Basics — over 11 years ago — reviewed, not listed
In order to simplify parallelism complexities and to avoid many concurrency pains, we must use the object-oriented capabilities offered by the C# programming language and design patterns. In this article, we will drastically simplify the creation of new parallelized code avoiding some advanced concurrent programming difficulties.
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