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Author Goldstein, Samuel.
Title CMS made simple development cookbook.
Imprint Birmingham, UK : Packt Pub., 2011.

Author Goldstein, Samuel.
Subject Management information systems.
Information resources management.
Web sites -- Design.
Web site development.
Add Title Content management system made simple development cookbook
Author Goldstein, Samuel.
Subject Management information systems.
Information resources management.
Web sites -- Design.
Web site development.
Add Title Content management system made simple development cookbook
Description 1 online resource ([7+], iv, 323 pages) : illustrations
Summary Annotation CMS Made Simple has great capabilities _out of the box, _ but one of its great strengths is the ease of extending those capabilities. You can add a surprising amount of functionality just by customizing the core modules, but once you learn to write your own tags and modules, your ability to add features is virtually limitless.<br /><br />CMS Made Simple Development Cookbook will show you how to use custom PHP code to extend the power and features of CMS Made Simple, and make it do exactly what you want. This easy to use guide contains clear recipes that introduce the key concepts behind each approach to extending the CMS, while also providing examples of solutions to real-world problems.<br /><br />You will learn the differences between the various kinds of tags and modules in the CMS Made Simple environment, and to which purposes each is best fit. Each technology is then explored in detail with a series of practical recipes and examples. You will not only learn the basics of creating tags and modules, but you will explore the underlying APIs that you will use to solve real-world website problems. You will become proficient with the database and form APIs, so that the code you write is portable and maintainable. You'll learn to localize your code and use templates to add its flexibility. You'll master the safe handling of parameters and the creation of secure code. You_ll be familiar with the CMS Made Simple Developer's Forge, and how you can use it in conjunction with revision control as a community-focused code management system, complete with web-based bug tracking and feature requests. You will learn to code complex interactions between modules, both directly and via the creation and handling of events. You will gain exposure to an array of advanced tips and tricks, along with commentary from the distilled experience of someone who has written dozens of modules. The CMS Made Simple Developer's Cookbook offers an amazing wealth of knowledge in approachable, bite-sized recipes. Whether you're new to the CMS or an old hand, you're sure to find valuable tips and information that will have you creating a richer CMS.<br /><br />A hands-on collection of recipes for extending CMS Made Simple, with detailed explanations _ useful for beginners and experts alike!
Contents CMS Made Simple Development Cookbook; CMS Made Simple Development Cookbook; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Support files, eBooks, discount offers and more; Why Subscribe?; Free Access for Packt account holders; Preface; What this book covers; What you need for this book; Who this book is for; Conventions; Reader feedback; Customer support; Downloading the example code; Errata; Piracy; Questions; 1. Understanding CMS Extensions; Introduction; Will a User-Defined Tag solve my problem?; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; See also; Will a Tag Solve My Problem?
How to do it ... How it works ... ; See also; Will a Module solve my problem?; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; See also; Create a ""Hello World"" User-Defined Tag; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; Caching; See also; Create a ""Hello World"" Tag; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; Caching; Tag Names and Namespaces; See also; Create a ""Hello World"" Module; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; See also; Using CMS in Debug Mode; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; See also.
2. Programming with Smarty and Core ModulesIntroduction; Using Smarty to create a color set in your stylesheet; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; See also; Using Smarty to do the math in your stylesheet; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; See also; Renaming the ""Extra Page Attributes"" in the CMS Admin; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; What else can I rename?; See also; Creating a personnel directory using Menu Manage; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; See also.
Creating a basic Google Sitemap with Menu Manager and mod_rewriteGetting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; The changefreq and priority attributes; What if my site is not UTF-8?; See also; Embedding JavaScript in your template without causing Smarty to throw a fit; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; An alternative approach; Using Smarty Variables in your JavaScript; Using Smarty loops to generate similar stylesheet constructs; Getting ready; How to do it ... ; How it works ... ; There's more ... ; See also; Displaying a block only for the Home page.
ISBN 9781849514699 (electronic bk.)
1849514690 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 780165945


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