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Step-by-step approach to build complete websites using Drupal
Step-by-step approach to build complete websites using Drupal
"Drupal 6 Site Builder Solutions" by Mark Noble is a step-by-step guide to building your business website in Drupal. It will help build powerful website features for your business and connect to your customers through blogs, product catalogs, newsletters, and maps. This book gives a complete example of a real world site with clear explanation. One need not have any knowledge about website development. This book is designed primarily for business owners who want to create a new website for their company or upgrade a company website to be easier to maintain and have advanced capabilities. All instructions are written in such a way that they make sense to readers of any technical level. This book is your guide to a powerful website.
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Creating a Full Statistics Suite With Administration
Creating a Full Statistics Suite With Administration
The most important part of your website is your visitors. You should know where they come from, what they use, where they go. There are various statistics software that can tell you all these things, but why use a pre-made one when you can build one yourself? Here, you'll learn how to track where your visitor goes, where they come from, what browser they use, and how many total hits and unique hits you get complete with a login check.
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Submit A Form With PHP And CURL
Submit A Form With PHP And CURL
Rather than filling out a HTML form on a website, why not use PHP and the CURL library to automate it?
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Ban IPs using MySQL
Ban IPs using MySQL
Learn how to create a nice and simple script which will allow you to ban ips from your site.
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Create a framework to support XSLT transformation pipelines
Create a framework to support XSLT transformation pipelines
The Butterfly framework is a lightweight approach to simplifying the use of XSLT in PHP 5, allowing for the use of stylesheet chains and caching for performance. As frameworks go it's simple and straightforward, but such a framework removes the mechanics of XSLT stylesheet application from the PHP code, allowing the developer to focus on the heart of the work, which is the XSLT itself.
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