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Running WordPress on OpenShift: An Introduction - Tuts+ Code Tutorial - 11 views

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Gordon Herd

60 Ways to Increase Your Influence Online - 19 views

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    60 Ways to Increase Your Influence Online.
Gordon Herd

Facebook Privacy Changes: 5 Can't-Miss Facts - CIO.com - Business Technology Leadership - 14 views

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    Facebook Privacy Changes: 5 Can't-Miss Facts.
Gordon Herd

Your Mom's Guide to Those Facebook Changes, and How to Block Them - 8 views

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    More stuff on Facebook privacy.
Josh Miller

How to set up Joomla's internal SEF URLs - 3 views

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    Whew a solution to getting my site optimized for search engines.
Josh Miller

How to change page titles in Joomla - 6 views

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    Nice video tutorial on page titles and tabs in Joomla, a content management system.
Matt Whittler

Cross-browser JavaScript solutions - 0 views

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    Cross-browser JavaScript solutions for a most of language elements. Examples and instructions how to make browser independent script.
Rebecca Leaman

How to do A/B Testing in WordPress - 0 views

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    A/B testing in Wordpress can be tricky - here's a video tutorial that shows how to do it.
ionela

Transistor Techniques - Testing Transistors - 0 views

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    Because individual transistors vary tremendously in their initial characteristics, a transistor checker is far more important to transistor circuitry than tube testers are to vacuum-tube circuits.
Paulo Simões

Integrating Google Tools 4 Teachers - 0 views

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    Um excelente tutorial - Como os profesores podem integrar as ferramentas Google na sala de aulas
Frederik Van Zande

Canvas Tutorial - Introduction - 0 views

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    Welcome! In this tutorial, we're going to create a breakout clone that you can play in your browser, using javascript and the element. In order to use this tutorial, you'll need to have a relatively recent version of Firefox, Safari, or Opera. You cannot use Internet Explorer, because Microsoft hss decided not to implement the element in it. Before you read any further, click on the "run code" button on the left to play the game that we'll end up creating. On every page, you'll be able to click the "run code" button to run the code we've developed so far. Every page besides this one has an editor in it containing the javascript code that will be run in the same box as the game as soon as you click the button. You can make changes to the code, and see the results instantly by clicking the "run code" button. In order to make our lives easier, I've included the jQuery framework in every page, which extends javascript in your browser with some useful methods. If you have any comments or questions, feel free to leave a comment on the "comments" tab.
Frederik Van Zande

#41: WordPress as a CMS - 0 views

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    We once did a poll asking people what their favorite CMS was. WordPress was a run-away winner, but also got many comments of "WordPress isn't a CMS!!". Well clearly, in the strictest sense, WordPress is a CMS as it "manages content". But is WordPress really only suited for blogging, or can it be used for more traditional non-blog sites? In this screencast I attempt to show off a number of WordPress features that make it very "CMS-like" in my opinion. Including page templates, dynamic menus, parent-child relationship pages, and using posts as ancillary content.
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