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     CMS Made Simple 1.6: Beginner's Guide
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Sofia Hauschildt

This is a practical, hands-on book based around a case study website, which you will set up in this easy-to-understand introduction to using CMS Made Simple. The chapters provide clear instructions and detailed screenshots, so you can see exactly what to do at each step of the build. This book is perfect for newcomers as well as webmasters who are looking for an introduction to building powerful and professional websites with a content management system. The workshop covers all aspects of web publishing and is aimed for web designers, web developers, editors, and web managers.

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     SilverStripe: The Complete Guide to CMS Development (Wiley)
Publisher: Wiley
Author(s): Ingo Schommer, Steven Broschart

This is the Official Guide on the award-winning SilverStripe programming framework, authored by the creators of the open source CMS.

�SilverStripe is a robust and flexible website content management system (CMS) tightly integrated with an application framework.� It is open source and embraces modern system architecture and agile development methodologies. Intermediate developers can implement powerful websites and web-applications quickly and customize them to their individual needs. The award-winning PHP5/MySQL-based system saves not only time and nerves for techies, but also features a straightforward interface which is a joy to use for non-technical content-authors.

�This Guide helps you to:

  • Get started with SilverStripe: Learn the architecture and usability principles that underpin SilverStripe?s modern approach. Then go through the technical requirements, the installation process, and useful tools for your daily work.�
  • Learn the CMS: Practical examples show you how to use the CMS as a content author, and how to manage content, images, documents, and forms without technical knowledge. Administrators learn how to set up permissions and security groups.
  • Develop a custom application: Use MVC and other modern design patterns to create well-structured, object-oriented PHP code and concise template markup. Let the authors walk you through creating an interactive recruitment website as practical example project.
  • Extend through clean code and modules: Understand how SilverStripe is built on modularity and how this empowers you to build plugins and core extensions in an elegant, maintainable fashion.
  • Use SilverStripe professionally: In-depth topics on internationalization, security, unit testing, caching, multi-page forms, and web services APIs ensure that you can build world-class websites.



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     CMS Made Simple Development Cookbook
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Samuel Goldstein

This is a cookbook, with practical recipes providing tips and tricks to the most common problems and scenarios faced with CMS Made Simple Development. If you are a CMS Made Simple user wanting to expand your skill set, or a programmer who wants to develop for CMS Made Simple, this book is for you. You will need working knowledge of PHP, HTML, and SQL. Some experience with CMS Made Simple is recommended.

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     PHP 5 CMS Framework Development
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Martin Brampton

The book includes extensive discussion of the design issues, and how to overcome them in the framework. Each chapter of the book focuses on a particular requirement of the framework. The book will not present the total code for a framework, which requires many thousands of lines. But it does show the parts that raise critical design or implementation issues. For these, detailed explanation is given, leaving the less problematic parts to the code download itself. If you are a professional PHP developer who wants to know more about web oriented frameworks and content management systems, this book is for you. Whether you already use an in-house developed framework or are developing one, or if you are simply interested in the issues involved in this demanding area, you will find discussion ranging from design issues to detailed coding solutions in this book. You are expected to have experience working with PHP 5 object-oriented programming. Examples in the book will run on any recent version of PHP 5, including 5.3.

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     Choosing an Open Source CMS: Beginner's Guide
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Nirav Mehta

This is a practical guide that takes a task-centered approach. Each task is stepped through with detailed instructions. You will come across many step-by-step examples with plenty of screenshots and resources. This book provides all the support and guidance you need as you begin to work with CMSs. It even has additional tasks that you can carry out to build your skills further. Everything is oriented towards managing content with a CMS. This book is written for anyone who wants to start a web site and is looking for a good CMS. It is best suited for people who are selecting a CMS for their sites and people who will manage a CMS. Knowledge of web basics is certainly helpful, but not needed.

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     Content Management Bible
Publisher: Wiley
Author(s): Bob Boiko

  • Written by one of the leading experts in content management systems (CMS), this newly revised bestseller guides readers through the confusing-and often intimidating-task of building, implementing, running, and managing a CMS
  • Updated to cover recent developments in online delivery systems, as well as XML and related technologies
  • Reflects valuable input from CMS users who attended the author's workshops, conferences, and courses
  • An essential reference showing anyone involved in information delivery systems how to plan and implement a system that can handle large amounts of information and help achieve an organization's overall goals


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     CMS Design Using PHP and jQuery
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Kae Verens

This is a practical, tutorial-style book that develops a project from start to finish, explaining all aspects of the project. Every chapter starts by explaining what is to be accomplished and the various ways in which the problem may be tackled, followed by an in-depth explanation of the chosen solution. If you want to see jQuery in action with PHP and MySQL code, in the context of a real application, this is the book for you. It is written for developers who have written multiple scripts or websites, and want to know how to combine them all into one package that can be used to simplify future scripts and sites. The book is aimed at people who understand the basics of PHP and jQuery, and want to know how they can be used effectively to create a large project that is user-friendly and flexible.

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     Pro ASP.NET 4 CMS: Advanced Techniques for C# Developers Using the .NET 4 Framework
Publisher: Apress
Author(s): Alan Harris

To be a successful ASP.NET 4 developer, you need to know how to apply the vast array of new functionality available in the latest release of the .NET 4 Framework and Visual Studio 2010.

This book will immerse you in a variety of advanced topics, including architecting different application data tiers, memory caching paradigms, data mining, and search engine optimization. Working through step-by-step exercises using P/LINQ, DLR, MEF, MVC, IronPython, Axum, and Ajax, you will learn a variety of approaches to building each of the key application tiers common to all web solutions.

Using a proven technique of illustrating advanced concepts with functional solutions, all topics in the book are modeled on a fully operational content management system (CMS), built from the ground up. This ensures that you?ll be introduced to real-world examples that demonstrate the full functionality of the .NET 4 Framework for ASP.NET, and that you?ll be able to apply your new skills to any web development situation.

What you?ll learn

  • How to use the new functionality of Visual Studio 2010 of interest to ASP.NET developer
  • What is new within the .NET�4 framework and how it impacts ASP.NET development
  • All about different application tiers using P/LINQ, the Entity Framework, DLR, MEF, MVC, and AJAX
  • When to use advanced caching techniques Memcached and Velocity
  • How to optimize the content that the user sees to reduce server loads and response times
  • How to develop highly scalable & concurrent approaches to data mining using IronPython and the Axium languages

Who this book is for

Intermediate and advanced developers alike will find comprehensive information about how Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET 4 framework impact ASP.NET development.� Centered around a full CMS implementation,�readers will find a vast array of tailored discussions, exercises, and solutions that will enable them to quickly upgrade their skills from previous versions of the .NET framework.

Table of Contents

  1. Visual Studio 2010 and NET��
  2. CMS Architecture and Development
  3. Parallelization�
  4. Managed Extensibility Framework and the Dynamic Language Runtime�
  5. jQuery and Ajax in the Presentation Tier��
  6. Distributed Caching via Memcached�
  7. Scripting via IronPython�
  8. Performance Tuning, Configuration, and Debugging�
  9. Search Engine Optimization and Accessibility


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     ASP.NET 3.5 CMS Development
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Curt Christianson, Jeff Cochran

This step-by-step tutorial shows the reader how to build an ASP.NET Content Management System from scratch. You will first learn the basics of a content management system and how to set up the tools you need to build your site. Then, you start building your site, setting up users, and adding content to your site. You will be able to edit the content of your site and also manage its layout all by yourself. Towards the end, you will learn to manage your site from a single point and will have all the information you need to extend your site to make it more powerful. Filled with plenty of code snippets and screen images to keep you on track as well as numerous additional samples to show you all the exciting alternatives to explore, this book prepares you for all the challenges you can face in development. This book is for beginner to intermediate ASP.NET users who have managed to learn Visual Web Developer and want to take on their first real-world application. It will help those who have used SQL Server Express, completed a few sample projects, and now wish to explore a Content Management System.

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     CMS Made Simple 1.9 Beginner's Guide: LITE Edition
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Sofia Hauschildt

  • Learn how to set up a professional website in CMS Made Simple
  • Discover the admin console and configure it to send out emails
  • Design the basic structure of your first CMS Made Simple site by creating, editing, and organizing pages

In Detail

CMS Made Simple is a an open source content management system that allows rapid website development in a fraction of the normal time, avoiding hours of coding by providing modules and 3rd Party add-ons. With this book in hand you will be able to harness the power of this modular and extendable content management system at your fingertips.

Set up your first site with CMS Made Simple with a series of straightforward and practical steps.

What you will learn from this book

  • Install and configure CMS Made Simple in quick, easy steps
  • Develop powerful, engaging, effective, and easy-to-use CMS websites for businesses, clubs, or organizations
  • Create a set of pages and set up the navigation between them
  • Configure your site to send and receive emails
  • Set up your site's page hierarchy

Approach

This is a practical, hands-on book based around a case study website, which you will set up in this easy-to-understand introduction to using CMS Made Simple. The chapters provide clear instructions and detailed screenshots, so you can see exactly what to do at each step of the build.

Who this book is written for

This book is perfect for newcomers as well as webmasters who are looking for an introduction to building powerful and professional websites with a content management system. The workshop covers all aspects of web publishing and is aimed for web designers, web developers, editors, and web managers.

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     Pro Zend Framework Techniques: Build a Full CMS Project (Expert's Voice)
Publisher: Apress
Author(s): Forrest Lyman

The Zend Framework is a truly amazing PHP?based web application development framework and platform that is breathing new life into PHP development. One of the most common uses for a framework such as this is to build content?driven web sites.

Pro Zend Framework�Techniques offers:

  • A structured guide for PHP developers, ultimately helping you to create more flexible software much more quickly
  • Clear guidance through the entire process of building a custom�content management system (CMS)�with the Zend Framework
  • The ideal example project, building a CMS, to illustrate how to use the many different aspects of the framework

What you?ll learn

  • How to structure a real Zend Framework application top to bottom using a CMS application
  • How to work with abstract (flexible) data structures
  • How to add security, access control, and authentication with the Zend Framework
  • How to build a custom, modular CMS
  • How to integrate web services and RSS with a Zend Framework application
  • How to do performance tuning, graceful error handling, internationalization, and more...

Who this book is for

This book is for intermediate?level PHP developers who want to build custom content?driven web sites. Secondly, this book serves as a very readable reference with real?world examples of many of the core Zend Framework components.

Table of Contents

  1. Getting Started
  2. Designing Your Site
  3. Building and Processing Web Forms with Zend_Form
  4. Managing Data with Zend Framework
  5. Working with CMS Data
  6. Managing Content
  7. Creating the Site Navigation
  8. Handling Security in a Zend Framework Project
  9. Searching and Sharing Content
  10. Extending Your CMS
  11. Advanced Topics
  12. Installing and Managing a Site with Your CMS


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     Orchard CMS: Up and Running
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Author(s): John Zablocki

The Orchard Project has already attracted the attention of many .NET professionals with close to a million downloads from their own site and others like CodePlex and Microsoft's own WebMatrix web site. So what is Orchard? It is an open-source, .NET based framework for building content heavy web sites. No longer will C# developers have to dive into PHP code, they will be able to utilize their C# coding skills and work within ASP.NET. From installation to live site this book will give you the details succinctly so that you can complete your projects on time!



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     PHP 5 CMS Framework Development: Expert insight and practical guidance to creating an efficient, flexible, and robust framework for a PHP 5-based content management system
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): Martin Brampton

This book takes you through the creation of a working architecture for a PHP 5-based content management system, stepping you through the design and major implementation issues. This book is for professional PHP developers who either already use an in-house developed CMS, or are developing one, and want a thorough explanation of solutions to the common issues faced in CMS development, or simply want a working framework on which to build. The reader needs to be confident working with PHP 5 object-oriented programming.

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     Long-Term Care Facility Resident Assessment Instrument User's Manual MDS 3.0 April 2012
Publisher: Judy Wilhide MDS Consulting, Inc.
Author(s): CMS Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services

April 2012 RAI Manual with Errata Document V3, published Mar 12, 2012

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     The CMS Survey Coordinators Handbook
Publisher: HCPro, Inc
Author(s): Jeffrey Coleman

End OASIS confusion and errors with this quick reference guide! The Home Health Pocket Guide to OASIS, Second Edition: A Reference Guide for Field Staff, puts all the critical, need-to-know information about OASIS completion and documentation at your fingertips. Written by noted speaker and consultant Melinda A. Gaboury, this quick-reference guide provides: Step-by-step expert instruction for filling out each OASIS item Quick access to critical reimbursement impact information, in-depth troubleshooting advice, and helpful tips An information-packed 210-page resource delivered in a convenient pocket-sized format for easy transport and reference Sold individually or in a pack of three for great valueget one for every clinician! Hide Full Description End OASIS confusion with this first-of-its-kind resource The Home Health Pocket Guide to OASIS is still the only OASIS-specific tool that can be used on a daily basis when treating patients and completing the OASIS form. Ease the burden of OASIS, strengthen your supporting documentation, and get proper reimbursement!

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     The Riemann Hypothesis: A Resource for the Afficionado and Virtuoso Alike (CMS Books in Mathematics)
Publisher: Springer
Author(s):

This book presents the Riemann Hypothesis, connected problems, and a taste of the body of theory developed towards its solution. It is targeted at the educated non-expert. Almost all the material is accessible to any senior mathematics student, and much is accessible to anyone with some university mathematics. The appendices include a selection of original papers that encompass the most important milestones in the evolution of theory connected to the Riemann Hypothesis. The appendices also include some authoritative expository papers. These are the ?expert witnesses? whose insight into this field is both invaluable and irreplaceable.

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     Daily Note: FOR CMS ENERGY(CMS) provided BY HILLIARD LYONS
Publisher: Zacks Investment Research
Author(s): D BURKS

Hilliard Lyons issued Daily Note March 25, 2004: CMS ENERGY

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     Daily Note: FOR CMS ENERGY(CMS) provided BY WELLS FARGO SECURITIES, LLC
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Author(s): A AGHA

Wells Fargo Securities, LLC issued Daily Note September 24, 2004: CMS ENERGY

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     Missed the HIPAA deadline? CMS wants to help. (Technical Assistance).(Health Information Portability and Accountability Act, Centers for Medicare and ... An article from: Family Practice News
Publisher: International Medical News Group
Author(s): Sally Peters

This digital document is an article from Family Practice News, published by International Medical News Group on November 15, 2002. The length of the article is 420 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Citation Details
Title: Missed the HIPAA deadline? CMS wants to help. (Technical Assistance).(Health Information Portability and Accountability Act, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
Author: Sally Peters
Publication: Family Practice News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: November 15, 2002
Publisher: International Medical News Group
Volume: 32 Issue: 22 Page: 46(1)

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     CMS to intensify scrutiny of waived office labs. (Called 'Educational' Not 'Enforcement').(Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)(Brief Article): An article from: Pediatric News
Publisher: International Medical News Group
Author(s): Jennifer Silverman

This digital document is an article from Pediatric News, published by International Medical News Group on July 1, 2002. The length of the article is 607 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Citation Details
Title: CMS to intensify scrutiny of waived office labs. (Called 'Educational' Not 'Enforcement').(Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)(Brief Article)
Author: Jennifer Silverman
Publication: Pediatric News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: July 1, 2002
Publisher: International Medical News Group
Volume: 36 Issue: 7 Page: 35(1)

Article Type: Brief Article

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