In this article by Alex Büchner, we will introduce roles—a complex but powerful subject. Roles define what users can or cannot see and perform in your Moodle system. The article later explains assignment of roles, modifying them, over riding them, creating custom roles with example and finally testing those new roles to perform a reality check. We also explain how to resolve permission conflict in Moodle's Roles.
In the first part you will:
- Understand how roles work, and how they fit into different contexts.
- Assign roles to different users in different contexts.
In the next part you will:
- Modify roles and create new ones, including a role for parents or mentors.
- Manage a range of administrative role-related settings.
This article by David Overton covers the process of finishing the network protection and routing setup and configuring the protection of the data on the server. We will cover:
- Configuring the firewall ports
- Configuring and testing backups
- Configuring anti-malware
This article by David Overton covers the installation of SBS 2008 on a new system, either as a first server in an organization or as a new server into an organization with SBS 2003. We will cover:
- Installing the operating system
- Installing the SBS components
- Migrating network settings
- Getting updates
- Confirming company information
- Creating an administration account
- Naming servers
- Installing anti-malware tools
- Resolving installation issues
The steps involved will get you to the point where you are connected to the Internet. There are some steps that are different, depending on whether this is a new installation or a migration.Read Installing SBS 2008 and Connecting to the Internet in full
Ruby on Rails is an active component in the world of web application framework. Ruby is the language used and Ruby on Rails is the framework built upon Ruby. In this article by A.P.Rajshekhar, we will be learning how to develop the login management module and the comment management module .We will start off by creating a login page and then move to implementing the Authenticate method, set up the session, try out applying authorization. After this, we will learn generating the Scaffold, modifying the model, review the View, customizing the controller under the development of comment management module sub title.Read Development of Login Management Module and Comment Management Module in full
After we understand our requirements and learn the basics of using CMSs, we are will be ready to look at Web Content Management Systems (commonly known as WCMS, Web CMS, or WCM Systems). Web CMSs allow you to manage your web content easily. They are generic in nature and perform a variety of operations. If you ask someone about a CMS, they will most probably recommend you one of the systems we cover in this article. It's important to learn the features of the top web CMSs to make the right choice for your project.
In this article by Nirav Mehta, we will take a look at the top general-purpose Web CMSs. In the process, we will:
- Cover a variety of top Web CMSs
- Perform customizations and content management operations
- Discover interesting features in CMSs
- Examine which CMS could be right for you