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Enhancing User Experience 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 will see what can be done for enhancing user experience and making your WordPress blog a better place.

In this part, you will learn:

  • Replacing the Next and Previous links by a paginator
  • Highlighting searched text in search results
  • Using the CSS sliding doors technique within WordPress
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Monitoring CUPS- part2

by Ankur Shah | June 2009 | Open Source

In this second part of this two part article series by Ankur Shah, we will learn how Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) helps CUPS discover the printer and help other networking tools such as Cacti in managing printers.

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Monitoring CUPS- part1

by Ankur Shah | June 2009 | Open Source

In this two part article series by Ankur Shah, we will learn how to monitor CUPS using the lpstat command, and also study about access_log and the error_log files in the first part. And in the second part, we will also see how Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) helps CUPS discover the printer and help other networking tools such as Cacti in managing printers.

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Supporting an Editorial Team in Drupal 6

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

Drupal provides an environment where a single person can do the job of creating, editing, approving, and publishing. This works well with a small site and a low volume of content. However, where large sites and larger quantities of content prevail, there is often a team involved. In this article, we will learn about some of the terminologies that Drupal provides for supporting team work, such as:

  • Roles—defining types of users
  • Permissions—defining capabilities for each role
  • Node Content types—as they apply to Roles
  • Access Rules—for those pesky misbehaving users
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Managing and Enhancing Multi-Author Blogs with WordPress 2.7(Part 2)

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

In the first part of this two-part article by Jean Baptiste-Jung, we learned about managing a a multi author blog. When you are running a multi author blog, you need to have sufficient content to attract the visitors. In this part we shall learn how glorify your multi-author blog. Specifically, you will learn:

  • Displaying author picture on posts
  • Displaying the author’s gravatar picture on posts
  • Adding moderation buttons to the comments
  • Getting notified when a new draft is saved
  • Allowing multiple authors on posts
  • Displaying a list of all of the authors
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