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Wordpress for Libraries
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WordPress for Libraries
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WordPress for Libraries ab 49.99 € als epub eBook: . Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaften,

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Learning from Libraries That Use Wordpress
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Learning from Libraries That Use Wordpress ab 76.49 € als Taschenbuch: Content-Management System Best Practices and Case Studies. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries
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The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries ab 52.49 € als epub eBook: A LITA Guide. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaften,

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Front End Drupal: Designing, Theming, Scripting
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The first definitive, in-depth guide to customizing Drupal web sites with behaviors, themes, and templates ° Reaches the fast-growing community of Drupal web site builders and developers, and focuses on the area where they're most desperate for information: customized visual and interactive design ° Includes several step-by-step case studies showing how to build and customize sites from scratch ° Foreword and promotional support from Dries Buytaert, Drupal project founder and community lead Summary Drupal has emerged as the world's fastest growing open source content management system and framework: it is empowering thousands of individuals and organizations with tools to quickly build and update web sites of virtually all kinds. As web designers and developers adopt Drupal, they quickly find themselves wanting to customize the visuals and interactivity of the sites Drupal creates. Drupal offers powerful front-end customization capabilities, but practical information about using them has been scarce - until now. Front End Drupal fills this sizable marketplace gap by focusing on visual and interactive design, rather than module development. Two leading Drupal developers systematically cover Drupal customization with behaviors, themes, and templates. Readers will master each layout element needed to style Drupal sites, and learn how to take full advantage of Drupal's powerful templating system. The book also contains several start-to-finish case studies for creating and customizing a wide range of Drupal sites, from scratch. Front End Drupal will contain a foreword by the founder and community lead of the Drupal project, Dries Buytaert. Product Description "For Drupal to succeed, we need books like this." -Dries Buytaert, Drupal founder and project lead "Drupal faces a common problem on the Web-the relative lack of new, high quality themes. Front End Drupal tackles this problem directly and is designed to help both experienced designers and rank novices get an understanding of how Drupal theming works. In fact, I'll be the first to admit I learned a lot from this book." - Dries Buytaert, Drupal founder and project lead The Practical, Complete Guide to Customizing Drupal Sites with Behaviors, Themes, and Templates Drupal is now the world's #1 open source content management system: Thousands of individuals and organizations are using it to build and update Web sites of virtually every kind. As Web designers and developers adopt Drupal, they need ways to quickly customize the visuals and interactivity of their sites. Drupal offers powerful tools for doing so, but little guidance on using them effectively. Front End Drupal is the solution. In this book, two expert Drupal developers cover everything you need to know to create great visual designs and state-of-the-art interactivity with Drupal's behaviors, themes, and templates. Front End Drupal is 100% focused on issues of site design, behavior, usability, and management. The authors show how to style Drupal sites, make the most of Drupal's powerful templating system, build sophisticated community sites, streamline site management, and build more portable, flexible themes. You'll also gain hands-on experience through several case studies that walk you through the customization of everything from page templates to Web site forums. Prepare and organize content so it's easier to integrate into Drupal Web sites Structure Drupal page templates that are easy to work with Configure Drupal with the modules and browser tools you need to customize your site Utilize Drupal's Starter Themes and themes converted from WordPress, Joomla!T, and Drupal 5.x Maximize the power and usability of Drupal's content editing forms Build usable community sites with user profiles, comments, and user-generated content Use JavaScriptT to make your themes interactive and to enhance usability Create powerful animations and AJAX callbacks with jQuery, Drupal's JavaScript library About the Web Site The accompanying site, frontenddrupal.com , contains all sample code and themes presented in this book. Backcover "For Drupal to succeed, we need books like this." -Dries Buytaert, Drupal founder and project lead "Drupal faces a common problem on the Web-the relative lack of new, high quality themes. Front End Drupal tackles this problem directly and is designed to help both experienced designers and rank novices get an understanding of how Drupal theming works. In fact, I'll be the first to admit I learned a lot from this book." - Dries Buytaert, Drupal founder and project lead The Practical, Complete Guide to Customizing Drupal Sites with Behaviors, Themes, and Templates Drupal is now the world's #1 open source content management system: Thousands of individuals and organizations are using it to build and update Web sites of virtually every kind. As Web designers and developers adopt Drupal, they need ways to quickly customize the visuals and interactivity of their sites. Drupal offers powerful tools for doing so, but little guidance on using them effectively. Front End Drupal is the solution. In this book, two expert Drupal developers cover everything you need to know to create great visual designs and state-of-the-art interactivity with Drupal's behaviors, themes, and templates. Front End Drupal is 100% focused on issues of site design, behavior, usability, and management. The authors show how to style Drupal sites, make the most of Drupal's powerful templating system, build sophisticated community sites, streamline site management, and build more portable, flexible themes. You'll also gain hands-on experience through several case studies that walk you through the customization of everything from page templates to Web site forums. Prepare and organize content so it's easier to integrate into Drupal Web sites Structure Drupal page templates that are easy to work with Configure Drupal with the modules and browser tools you need to customize your site Utilize Drupal's Starter Themes and themes converted from WordPress, Joomla!T, and Drupal 5.x Maximize the power and usability of Drupal's content editing forms Build usable community sites with user profiles, comments, and user-generated content Use JavaScriptT to make your themes interactive and to enhance usability Create powerful animations and AJAX callbacks with jQuery, Drupal's JavaScript library About the Web Site The accompanying site, frontenddrupal.com , contains all sample code and themes presented in this book. Foreword xvii Preface xix Acknowledgments xxiii About the Authors xxv Chapter 1: Web Page Design 1 Describing Content 2 Organizing Lists of Content 8 Page Design and Layout 14 Interaction 20 Code 22 Work Flow 25 Summary 29 Chapter 2: The Themers' Toolkit 31 A Gentle Introduction 32 Theming Strategies 33 Drupal Terminology 36 Must-Have Modules 42 Browser Tools 60 Language References 65 Maintaining Your System 69 Summary 71 Chapter 3: Working with Drupal Themes 73 Finding Themes 74 Installing Drupal Themes 78 Administering Themes 82 Anatomy of a Theme 88 Starter Themes 94 Migrating to Drupal 6 99 Summary 104 Chapter 4: The Drupal Page 107 Elements of a Page 107 Sitewide Page Variables 109 Navigation and Menus 115 Grid Work 120 Search 126 Changing Templates 128 Alias: Page 133 Taxonomy Templates 138 Delivering Plain Content 141 Summary 149 Chapter 5: Drupal Content 151 Node Templates 151 Gaining More Control Than $content Provides 155 Node Template Variables 161 Pages and Teasers 165 Images 169 Making Lists of Content with Views 177 Summary 181 Chapter 6: Customizing the Content-Editing Forms 183 Web Forms 184 Form Candy 185 Rich Text Editing 195 Altering Forms with FAPI 201 Multiple-Page Forms 210 Improving Access to Edit Screens 212 Summary 217 Chapter 7: Users and Community Participation 219 Users 219 Granting and Restricting Access 227 Community Comments 231 User-Generated Content 235 Spam 240 Private Web Site Areas 244 Summary 248 Chapter 8: Administrative Interfaces 251 Creating a Custom Administrative Interface 252 Task-Based Navigation 256 Administrative Menus 261 Administrative Dashboards and Control Panels 266 Custom Administrative Screens 270 Error! 279 Summary 283 Chapter 9: Learning JavaScript 285 JavaScript versus DOM 286 The JavaScript Language 287 Object Orientation in JavaScript 293 Summary 309 Chapter 10: An Introduction to jQuery 311 A First Look at jQuery 313 Using jQuery 320 Leveraging jQuery's Full Potential 333 Using Other JavaScript Libraries 343 Summary 344 Chapter 11: JavaScript in Drupal 345 Server-Side Drupal Integration 345 Architecting a Component 353 Example: Horizontal Scroller 355 Using Plugins and jQuery UI 377 Summary 380 Appendix A: Installing Drupal 381 Setting Up a Development Server 381 Configuring Document Root and Virtual Hosts 383 Installing Drupal-and Common Hurdles to Its Installation 385 A Quick Glance at the Admin Area 388 Installing Modules 389 Appendix B: Supplemental Code 391 template 391 demo-module 397 template-skeleton 400 horizscroll and horizscroll-datasource 404 sparkline 415 Index 419The first definitive, in-depth guide to customizing Drupal web sites with behaviors, themes, and templates ° Reaches the fast-growing community of Drupal web site builders and developers, and focuses on the area where they're most desperate for information: customized visual and interactive design ° Includes several step-by-step case studies showing how to build and customize sites from scratch ° Foreword and promotional support from Dries Buytaert, Drupal project founder and community lead   Summary Drupal has emerged as the world's fastest growing open source content management system and framework: it is empowering thousands of individuals and organizations with tools to quickly build and update web sites of virtually all kinds. As web designers and developers adopt Drupal, they quickly find themselves wanting to customize the visuals and interactivity of the sites Drupal creates. Drupal offers powerful front-end customization capabilities, but practical information about using them has been scarce - until now. Front End Drupal fills this sizable marketplace gap by focusing on visual and interactive design, rather than module development. Two leading Drupal developers systematically cover Drupal customization with behaviors, themes, and templates. Readers will master each layout element needed to style Drupal sites, and learn how to take full advantage of Drupal's powerful templating system. The book also contains several start-to-finish case studies for creating and customizing a wide range of Drupal sites, from scratch. Front End Drupal will contain a foreword by the founder and community lead of the Drupal project, Dries Buytaert.

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Wordpress for Libraries
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WordPress for Libraries
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The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries
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The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries ab 52.49 EURO A LITA Guide

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The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries
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More than just an easy-to-use blogging platform, WordPress is in fact a flexible, open source content management system. Without spending a dime or writing a line of code, it's possible to build the library website of your dreams. But it's important to understand the basic principles of WordPress so you can plan wisely. In this LITA guide, User Experience (UX) librarian and seasoned WordPress instructor Goodman leads you step-by-step through the basic planning process for a library website that meets your users' needs and fits your available resources for maintaining it. Written with the questions of library administrators and technology staff in mind, this guide shows you How to make an informed decision about whether WordPress is the right platform for your library Options for hosted and self-hosted platforms Nearly two dozen WordPress sites, drawn from a wide range of different libraries and organizations How to choose the right theme for your library's content Succinct explanations of every element in the Administrative Dashboard with advice on library applications Quick tips on user experience, information architecture, and analytics Effective ways to use images, audio, and video Offering a solid foundation in WordPress, this guide will help you design and launch a library website that effectively serves your library's users.

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