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CMS Report - Keyword: css

  • Open IPTV Forum publishes HTML5 profile for Connected TVs

    The Open IPTV Forum (OIPF) has published a profile of HTML5, CSS, DOM3 and other related web technologies aimed at connected TV services and devices that implement a browser-based application environment. 

    By RealWire
    Posted: June 04, 2013
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  • Book to customize the appearance of your Moodle theme

    Packt is pleased to announce a new book on Moodle that is aimed at helping users create a Moodle Theme right from the graphic design stage to the finished Moodle Theme. Written by Paul James Gadsdon, this book will offer design examples to administrators, designers or teachers and help them create appropriate themes for different student age groups and styles.Moodle is a highly extensible virtual learning environment and is used to deliver online teaching and training materials. Theming is one…

    By Richard Dias
    Posted: May 20, 2010
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  • Enhancing User Experience with WordPress 2.7

    In this two-part article we learn a few methods for enhancing user experience and making your WordPress blog a better place. In this part, we see how to use paginator, highlight searched text in search results, and use the CSS sliding doors technique within WordPress.In the second part we will create a dropdown menu for your categories, add a breadcrumb to your theme, display related posts and tabs on your sidebar. Complete Story

    By ramsai
    Posted: June 25, 2009
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  • What Designers Need to Know About CMS

    DMXReady: "It is clear that Content Management Systems or CMS is the wave of the future. It is almost inevitable that a system be devised that allows non-tech users to update their own content.Unfortunately, many web designers are suspicious of CMS, and see it as a threat to their livelihood. Although CMS may change the way we design websites, it will never replace us. Here are three reasons why..." Complete Story

    By dcalabretta
    Posted: May 29, 2009
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  • Review of MediaWiki Skins Design

    Jennifer Franklin Elrod: "I wish I had the book MediaWiki Skins Design when I first set out to design a MediaWiki skin for my philosophy subsite. It would have saved me so much time and trouble. Those were the days when I didn’t have a baby. I could stay up half the night going through hours of CSS trial and error just to tweak one or two little design elements. I could never do that now. As soon as I have time I intend to use some of the info in this book to clean up my skins. Nothing like…

    By jude-dsouza
    Posted: December 26, 2008
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  • 53 ways to get to know CSS

    One of the easiest ways to change a well written theme in a Web content management system is by tweaking the Cascading Style Sheet (CSS).  To be honest, I'm horrible at theme development.  I prefer to focus my time on function, administration, and content of the information system.  However, any bit of information that helps you tweak those themes you downloaded for that CMS is good news, right?  After enough tweaks, you can may just have a theme with a style you can call your very own. …

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: January 27, 2007
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  • PunBB 1.2.14 and Internet Explorer 7

    I'm extremely excited to to see the stylesheet fixes for IE7. A few open source projects have been extremely slow in addressing the fix changes for IE. Some developers, in my opinion, seem to be personal opinions ahead of the needs of their projects and their users. Granted, IE7 may not be fully CSS compliant. However, Microsoft has come a long way in trying to develop a more compliant IE6 by listening to many of the demands in the open source community. The fact is that IE7 has a better chance of alienating IE6 users since it is a big change for the Microsoft Windows drone user. I think it's time we cut Microsoft some slack...


    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 16, 2006
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  • IEBlog: Are you ready for Internet Explorer 7?

    "The final release of IE7 is fast approaching … and I mean really fast … and will be delivered to customers via Automatic Updates a few weeks after it’s available for download. We want to ensure that you are ready and the information below will help get you there. Compatibility with sites, extensions and applications has been a very high priority for us as we develop new features, enhance the existing features and move the platform forward to be more secure and standards compliant. We are…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 07, 2006
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  • mojoPortal 2.1.3 Released

    mojoPortal 2.1.3 was released over the weekend. Since mojoPortal 2.1.2 was released just a day sooner...we'll lump all the changes since mojoPortal 2.1.1. New features and enhancements in the new versions of mojoPortal include: Improved Module Caching New CollapseLinkButton Control in mojoPortal.Web.Controls - this control can hide any other server control using cleint side javascript and css, you just enter the server side id in markup using the ControlToCollapse property. I used…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: September 25, 2006
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  • Official Ruby site redesigned

    Another "official" site has received a face, this time the Ruby language site. The Ruby site runs on the Ruby-based content management system, Radiant. My impressions in one word...Impressive. In my opinion, Ruby as a programming language and Radiant as a CMS are still in its adolescent years of development. However, if the Ruby language site is any indication...it is more than ready to compete with those that have been around a lot longer. There can be a lot of politics involved in…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: September 12, 2006
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