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     Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog (Smashing Magazine Book Series)
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
Author(s): Thord Daniel Hedengren

GO BEYOND THE BLOG

Smashing WordPress shows you how to utilize the power of the WordPress platform, and provides a creative spark to help you build WordPress-powered sites that go beyond the obvious. You will learn the core concepts used to build just about anything in WordPress, resulting in fast deployments and greater design flexibility.

Inside, WordPress expert Thord Daniel Hedengren takes you beyond the blog and shows you how WordPress can serve as a CMS, a photo gallery, an e-commerce site, and more.

YOU WILL LEARN:

  • THE ANATOMY OF A WP INSTALL AND HOW WORDPRESS ACTUALLY WORKS
  • HOW TO BUILD BEAUTIFUL WORDPRESS THEMES - INCLUDING CHILD THEMES
  • HOW TO CREATE CUSTOM LOGIN FORMS AND ADMIN THEMES
  • HOW TO USE THE LOOP TO CONTROL CONTENT, AND EVEN USE ALTERNATIVES TO THE LOOP
  • HOW TO INTEGRATE THEME OPTIONS
  • HOW TO BUILD PLUGINS - INCLUDING WIDGET FUNCTIONALITY
  • HOW TO BUILD YOUR WORDPRESS PROJECTS FOR SEO
  • INTEGRATE WORDPRESS WITH THE SOCIAL WEB
  • HOW TO CREATE AMAZING NAVIGATION
  • HOW TO USE CONDITIONAL CONTROL ELEMENTS


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     Drupal: Creating Blogs, Forums, Portals, and Community Websites: How to setup, configure and customise this powerful PHP/MySQL based Open Source CMS
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Author(s): David Mercer

A complete guide to every aspect of creating a variety of different websites using Drupal.� A trove of well-considered and practical information is presented in a logical and intuitive manner so that you can either build up your site step by step by reading from cover to cover or, alternatively, focus on your specific needs by diving into each chapter as required. This book will suit anyone who has a need to create a content rich website. Whether you are: Adding a personal web page. Building a forum. Writing a collaborative book. Retailing goods. Creating a blog. Launching a community Website. This book will prove to be an indispensable companion. Both experts and beginners to computing alike will find the information contained herein to be accessible and easy to intuit.

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     Using WordPress as a Library Content Management System
Publisher: ALA TechSource
Author(s): Kyle M. L. Jones, Polly-Alida Farrington

Using WordPress, you can give patrons easy access to your library?s digital content. The software is free, and, with good planning, you don?t need expensive training or extensive technological expertise to maintain your website.

Authors Kyle M. L. Jones and Polly-Alida Farrington, along with several librarian contributors, deliver a richly illustrated, practical guide for using WordPress as a tool for managing digital content, from basic set-up to customization with plugins.

This issue covers:

* Setting up a local development environment, choosing your package, installing WordPress, and transferring files
* How to evaluate potential plugins and select the best for your needs
* How to test themes across different types of content
* How to streamline administration with plugins like WP Maintenance Mode, Theme Visibility Manager, Role Scoper and others
* Comparative descriptions of four different plugins for publicizing your events and programs
* Managing user accounts to get staff involved in creating content
* How you can make it easy for patrons to share your content on Facebook, Twitter, and other social sites
* First-hand accounts by academic, public, and school librarians of using WordPress to create dynamic subject guides, deliver elearning, and creating digital archives
* 10 ways WordPress can improve website user experience

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     Foundation Drupal 7
Publisher: friendsofED
Author(s): R.J. Townsend

Drupal is a content management framework that powers web sites from simple online brochures to more advanced sites including social networking sites, blogs, e-commerce sites, business portals, and more. It is free, open source software that allows anyone to quickly and easily build web sites. Its full range of modules?including user permissions, security mechanisms, JavaScript menus, image uploaders, WYSIWYG editors, and more? helps you easily create the foundation for a powerful web site. With its templating system (and a few tips and tricks), any graphic design file can be used to create a Drupal web site.

Foundation Drupal 7 covers all the topics necessary to quickly build Drupal-powered web sites, explaining in simple terms how Drupal works and providing you with concepts, tips, and code snippets for every step of the development process. From setting up a Drupal-ready web host and installing Drupal to using the administrative interface and configuring a site from start to finish, there is something here for everyone. In addition to thoroughly discussing all of Drupal?s core modules, this book reviews more than 50 contributed modules, including WYSIWYG HTML editors, JavaScript drop-down menus, web forms, and even the powerful Views module. Stephanie Pakrul, creator and maintainer of the Fusion theme, coauthors a chapter on how to lay out and add graphics to a site through Drupal?s administrative section. After reading this book, you will walk away with everything you need to know to quickly and successfully build a Drupal-powered web site.

Whether you?re an experienced Drupal site builder looking to expand your skills, a web developer or designer interested in learning Drupal, or a weekend hobbyist looking to build your first site, Foundation Drupal 7 will give you the knowledge and inspiration you need to bring your ideas to life.

What you?ll learn

  • Significantly decrease the amount of time it takes you to code a feature-rich website.
  • Understand how Drupal works and learn best practices to quickly integrate Drupal into every website you design.
  • Learn how to configure a server and manage multiple websites and staging environments using popular server administration software (cPanel).
  • Learn practical techniques to place Photoshop or Illustrator design files on a Drupal content management system.
  • Have a reference manual and cookbook at your fingertips for help with CSS, popular Drupal modules, website recipes, code snippets and more.

    Who this book is for

    The primary audience for this book is web site designers throughout the world interested in using Drupal to build web sites. The audience may have previous experience using Drupal but do not consider themselves proficient. They are familiar with coding a basic HTML/CSS web site, although these skills are not required to benefit from the book.

    The secondary audience for this book is freelance Drupal developers who actively use Drupal to build web sites. They are proficient developers interested in reducing development time and learning Drupal best practices.

    Table of Contents

    1. An Overview of Drupal
    2. Setting Up a Web Host and Installing Drupal
    3. Configuring a Basic Drupal Web Site
    4. Adding Content Types and Fields
    5. People, Roles, and Permissions
    6. Enabling and Configuring Core Modules
    7. Essential Contributed Modules
    8. Theming a Drupal Website
    9. Designing for a Browser
    10. Going Live
    11. Maintaining and Updating a Drupal Site
    12. Translating Business Requirements to Drupal Functionality
    13. Drupal and Search Engine Optimization
    14. Drush, the Command-Line Shell for Drupal
    15. 50+ Contributed Modules to Spice Up Any Site
    16. Views Recipes


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         Learning UML 2.0
    Publisher: O'Reilly Media
    Author(s): Russ Miles, Kim Hamilton

    "Since its original introduction in 1997, the Unified Modeling Language has revolutionized software development. Every integrated software development environment in the world--open-source, standards-based, and proprietary--now supports UML and, more importantly, the model-driven approach to software development. This makes learning the newest UML standard, UML 2.0, critical for all software developers--and there isn't a better choice than this clear, step-by-step guide to learning the language."

    --Richard Mark Soley, Chairman and CEO, OMG

    If you're like most software developers, you're building systems that are increasingly complex. Whether you're creating a desktop application or an enterprise system, complexity is the big hairy monster you must manage.



    The Unified Modeling Language (UML) helps you manage this complexity. Whether you're looking to use UML as a blueprint language, a sketch tool, or as a programming language, this book will give you the need-to-know information on how to apply UML to your project. While there are plenty of books available that describe UML, Learning UML 2.0 will show you how to use it. Topics covered include:



    • Capturing your system's requirements in your model to help you ensure that your designs meet your users' needs


    • Modeling the parts of your system and their relationships


    • Modeling how the parts of your system work together to meet your system's requirements


    • Modeling how your system moves into the real world, capturing how your system will be deployed


    Engaging and accessible, this book shows you how to use UML to craft and communicate your project's design. Russ Miles and Kim Hamilton have written a pragmatic introduction to UML based on hard-earned practice, not theory. Regardless of the software process or methodology you use, this book is the one source you need to get up and running with UML 2.0.



    Russ Miles is a software engineer for General Dynamics UK, where he works with Java and Distributed Systems, although his passion at the moment is Aspect Orientation and, in particular, AspectJ. Kim Hamilton is a senior software engineer at Northrop Grumman, where she's designed and implemented a variety of systems including web applications and distributed systems, with frequent detours into algorithms development.



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         Website Optimization: Speed, Search Engine & Conversion Rate Secrets
    Publisher: O'Reilly Media
    Author(s): Andrew King B.

    Remember when an optimized website was one that merely didn't take all day to appear? Times have changed. Today, website optimization can spell the difference between enterprise success and failure, and it takes a lot more know-how to achieve success.

    This book is a comprehensive guide to the tips, techniques, secrets, standards, and methods of website optimization. From increasing site traffic to maximizing leads, from revving up responsiveness to increasing navigability, from prospect retention to closing more sales, the world of 21st century website optimization is explored, exemplified and explained.

    Website Optimization combines the disciplines of online marketing and site performance tuning to attain the competitive advantage necessary on today's Web. You'll learn how to improve your online marketing with effective paid and natural search engine visibility strategies, strengthened lead creation and conversion to sales methods, and gold-standard ad copywriting guidelines. Plus, your increased site speed, reduced download footprint, improved reliability, and improved navigability will work synergistically with those marketing methods to optimize your site's total effectiveness.

    In this book for business and IT managers, author Andrew King, president of Website Optimization, LLC, has assembled experts in several key specialties to teach you:

    Search engine optimization -- addressing best (and worst) practices to improve search engine visibility, including step-by-step keyword optimization guidelines, category and tag cloud creation, and guerilla PR techniques to boost inbound links and improve rankings Pay-per-click optimization -- including ad copywriting guidelines, setting profit-driven goals, calculating and optimizing bids, landing page optimization, and campaign management tips Optimizing conversion rates -- increasing leads with site landing page guidelines, such as benefit-oriented copy, credibility-based design, value hierarchies, and tips on creating unique selling propositions and slogans Web performance tuning -- optimizing ways to use (X)HTML, CSS, and Ajax to increase speed, reduce your download footprint, and increase reliability Advanced tuning -- including client-side techniques such as on-demand content, progressive enhancement, and inline images to save HTTP requests. Plus server-side tips include improving parallelism, using cache control, browser sniffing, HTTP compression, and URL rewriting to remap links and preserve traffic Web metrics -- illustrating the best metrics and tools to gather details about visitors and measure web conversion and success rates, and covering both search marketing metrics and web performance measures including Pathloss and waterfall graphs.

    Website Optimization not only provides you with a strategy for success, it also offers specific techniques for you and your staff to follow. A profitable website needs to be well designed, current, highly responsive, and optimally persuasive if you're to attract prospects, convert them to buyers, and get them to come back for more. This book describes precisely what you need to accomplish to achieve all of those goals.

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         Windows PCs in the Ministry (Nelson's Tech Guides)
    Publisher: Thomas Nelson
    Author(s): Steve Hewitt

    Use your Windows computer to its full potential in your ministry!

    Church leaders know that ministry demands time, energy, creativity, passion, and commitment. Windows PCs in the Ministry helps instruct time-constrained ministers to better and more efficiently use a tool you already have: your computer. The book provides tips and direction on:

    • Preparing your sermons with online tools and Bible software.
    • Creating presentations and accompanying visuals with multimedia tools.
    • Publishing your sermons and blogs online and on DVDs.
    • Connecting with your congregants and other colleagues in ministry.
    • Using Social Networking, such as Twitter, for more dynamic community outreach.

    The ministry of the church has not changed over the centuries, but the methods and tools to accomplish ministry have. Windows PCs in the Ministry shows readers how to harness the programs they already have while making recommendations on new resources, helping church leaders in nearly every aspect of their ministries.



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