In this article by Kae Verens, we will discuss the following topics:
- Displaying a calendar for a week
- Creating and saving an event in that calendar
- Moving, editing, and deleting events
- Creating recurring events
- Editing and removing recurring events
We will use the jquery-week-calendar plugin to create and edit normal and recurring events.Read Calendars in jQuery 1.3 with PHP using jQuery Week Calendar Plugin: Part 1 in full
In this article by Mayank Sharma, you will learn how to effectively manage users in Openfire.
The difference between a hassled always-on-the-job admin and an admin who has plenty of time to dress for a lovely date in the evening, is how effectively they manage their users. As any admin knows, managing users is one thing, but managing users effectively takes something special—from both you and the server software. In this article, I'll show you some tips and tricks that you can use to become a happy-go-lucky system admin. But finding a beautiful date is beyond the scope of this book!Read Openfire: Effectively Managing Users in full
Once we have our blog network setup, we need to spread the word about the blog network to make sure that as many slayers as possible start using the site. This article will cover some popular traffic and visitor retention enhancing features of WordPress MU such as tagging, pings, trackbacks, and RSS. In this article by Lesley Harrison, we will look at:
- Allowing your visitors to use tags to categorize their posts
- Advertising blog updates with pings
- Sending trackbacks when you post about other blogs
- Letting visitors subscribe to blogs via RSS feeds
- Advertising blog updates on Twitter
The idea of a Multi-List Selector is not a new one. Apple implements something very similar to it in its Mac OS Operating System. Simply put, its a method of selecting an item by filtered hierarchical categories on a list by list basis. This structure is often seen while traversing files in directories, but can be applied with other data sources as well. This article by Keith Lee will demonstrate how to build a Multi-List Selector.Read Flex Multi-List Selector using List Control, DataGrid, and the Accordion in full
In this article by Keith Pope, we will focus on how we can control access to parts of the application and how users can log in to use the services provided by the Storefront.
We will cover the following topics:
- Using Zend_Acl
- Integrating the ACL into our Models
Read Authentication with Zend_Auth in Zend Framework 1.8 to learn authentication in Zend Framework.Read Authorization with Zend_Acl in Zend Framework 1.8 in full
In this two-part article by Jorge Ramon, you will learn how to use menus, toolbars, and progress bars. Along with an examination of the commonly used menu items, the topics in this article will teach you how to work with the new ButtonGroup component as well as the different ways to set up toolbars and progress bars in your applications.
This article teaches you about the following topics:
- Placing buttons in a toolbar
- Working with the new ButtonGroup component
- Placing menus in a toolbar
- Commonly used menu items
Listening is often a challenging activity for language learners. This could be because they have to deal with a range of accents and speeds or because the content may be difficult to follow. Sometimes background noise on the recording makes it more difficult to understand. In natural speech it is normal to interrupt, use ellipsis, or leave sentences unfinished. So recordings based on natural speech are also likely to be difficult.
Using Moodle, students can listen repeatedly to recordings until they feel more comfortable with them. We can also help students understand by using a recording program like Audacity to manipulate recordings, providing slower and faster versions of the same text. Certain Moodle modules, like Quiz and Lesson, can be used effectively to help students notice important features of texts, after which they are likely to understand the whole recording better.
The communicative language teaching classroom often focuses on activities that take place before, during, and after listening. This two-part article by Jeff Stanford follows the same pattern.Read Listening Activities in Moodle 1.9: Part 1 in full