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Lesson #12: Show/Hide jQuery, SEO, Trademark Research Yes, We're Finally Finishing Up Our Site and Discussing Other Important Aspects of Launching a Site

Posted by: Scott
05.03.2011

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Here we write the jQuery to complete the show/hide content functionality. We also discuss search engine optimization (SEO), and we talk about why it's important to check to make sure your domain isn't trademarked and where you can get that information.

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Google API Library Google Webmaster Google SEO Start Guide USPTO - Trademark Information

Lesson #11: PHP Pagination and Google Web Fonts We'll Use PHP to Create our Pagination Plus Google Web Fonts and Font Squirrel

Posted by: Scott
05.03.2011

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We setup php pagination with Dreamweaver and I show you how to use Google Web Fonts and @font-face type fonts with font-squirrel.

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Google Web Fonts Font Squirrel

Lesson #10: SQL Delete, jQuery, Compatibility We Complete Delete Functionality, Admin jQuery, and Cross Browser Compatibility

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05.03.2011

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In this lesson we create the delete functionality for the admin side of our simple content management system and we also create the jQuery functionality to prevent cognitive overload. We also spend a little time discussing cross browser compatibility.

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Site Point CSS Vendor Prefixes Site Point IE Conditional Comments

Lesson #9: More CMS Functionality We're Going to Finish Our Site Admin Section and Build a Form to Edit Posts

Posted by: Scott
04.26.2011

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In this lesson we are finishing up our site admin section by referencing the dynamic sections we want to change with php. We are also going to build a form that can update our current posts. We will also prep our CMS functionality to delete unwanted posts.

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Lesson #8: Building the CMS Functionality Make the Site Admin and Add New Post CMS Sections Functional

Posted by: Scott
04.26.2011

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In this lesson we use Adobe Dreamweaver to build a form to add a new post. We also build a form that will allow us to manipulate the look of our page by using the SQL Update function.

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Lesson #7: The Login System Use PHP and MySQL To Grant User Authorization

Posted by: Scott
04.26.2011

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In this lesson we setup the user authorization, we cover a little php and MySQL as well as talk about MD5 encryption to keep both the user and administrator protected.

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MD5 Hash Generator - Handy to encrypt passwords for phpMyAdmin entry