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Managing and Enhancing Multi-Author Blogs with WordPress 2.7(Part 1)

by Jean-Baptiste Jung | June 2009 | Content Management Open Source PHP WordPress

In this two-part article by Jean Baptiste-Jung, we shall learn about managing and enhancing a multi-author blog. Are you running a multi-author blog, or at least hiring some guest bloggers? Indeed, the more authors you have, the more content you will have, along with a greater number of visits. In the beginning of 2009, many successful blogs such as, Smashing Magazine, Lifehacker, or Mashable, were powered by a team of bloggers. In this article, we are going to learn how to create, enhance, and get the most out of your multi-author WordPress blog.

In this part, you will learn:

  • Creating an author page template
  • Displaying a custom login form in your blog’s sidebar
  • Adding a control panel to your blog’s sidebar
  • Configuring author roles
  • Displaying author-related information on posts
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AJAX/Dynamic Content and Interactive Forms in Joomla!

by Tessa Blakeley Silver | June 2009 | Joomla! Content Management Open Source

In this article by Tessa Blakeley Silver, we're going to take a look at the most popular methods to get you going with AJAX in Joomla!, using extensions and plugins, in order to help you include dynamic self-updating content and create interactive forms in your Joomla! site. While we're at it, we'll also look at some cool JavaScript toolkits, libraries, and scripts you can use to appear Ajaxy.

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Data Migration Scenarios in SAP Business ONE Application- part 1

by Wolfgang Niefert | June 2009 | Architecture & Analysis

In this two-part article series by Wolfgang Niefert, you will be introduced to the tools and methods which will help you to migrate data from different sources into the SAP Business ONE application.

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Making Content Findable in Drupal 6

by J. Ayen Green | June 2009 | Content Management Drupal Open Source

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. In this article by J. Ayen Green, we will make it easier for site visitors to find our content in a number of ways.

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Data Migration Scenarios in SAP Business ONE Application- part 2

by Wolfgang Niefert | June 2009 | Architecture & Analysis

In this article by Wolfgang Niefert, you will learn about the Advanced data migration tools, xFusion Studio in particular. You will also get to know a few tips and recommendations which you could use in your own project.

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