We can also look at other things – Google Apps for Your Domain (or What Does Google Apps for Your Domain Actually Do?)… BBpress installation as an example alternate app install. It’s up to you.
Published October 9, 2009
I’d like to invite you all to consider the Yahoo Pipe that aggregates our course, and how we could be including that in a web page.
Published September 18, 2009
Tags: css, dapper, dreamhost, ftp, georss, jquery, php, rss, wordpress, yahoo pipes
Here’s a handy tool for y’all. WordPress. It’s probably one of the most common CMSs (Content Management Systems) in existence. It’s written in PHP and the MySQL dialect of SQL, two languages that I do not intend to cover in this course. The beauty of WordPress, as opposed to systems like Ruby on Rails, Joomla or Django, is that you can do a lot of stuff without having to touch the PHP/SQL stuff. I might argue that the beauty of Django or Rails is that it makes the code so simple that you don’t mind messing with it. But that is definitely digressing. You might want to give those frameworks a look if you are going further later on.
But one step at a time. WordPress is a great way of seeing how all this website stuff works… let’s take it from where we left off last time, installing stuff from the dreamhost control panel. Continue reading ‘WordPress in miniature.’
Published September 3, 2009
I’ve put the content of the evolving working page that we have made online as netcultures-html, and you can dive in to any given version and copy-and-paste it in to your webpage – e.g. this one.
- jQuery events
Continue reading ‘Tying things together’
Published August 28, 2009
Thanks to pee nui for this happy snap
A prodding and pulling webpages until they twitch. Continue reading ‘Getting animated’