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Web Development – Desarrollo Para Internet Archive
- Posted on 2013.12.20 | 1 CommentI am trying to start an open source GPL project, in Lua or C++, with these main goals: speed/performance, security, ease of development, and being embeddable. It would provide a CMS, forum, and cloud solution.
- Posted on 2012.03.21 | No CommentsThis article explains how to create a slug field in dotCMS that can be used as an SEO-friendly URL. This custom field script also makes each slug unique.
- Posted on 2011.07.11 | No CommentsWidgets in dotCMS are nothing more than a special content structure. As a structure, everything in a widget, even the HTML and Velocity code, is stored in a field in the database, which means the code is in fact searchable.
- Posted on 2010.11.28 | No CommentsThis article is a compilation of common MIME types and their corresponding file extensions. Unlike MIME type lists commonly used in Apache and IIS, this list includes the now-popular Open Document Formats.
- Posted on 2010.08.05 | No CommentsI have installed simple WordPress sites before, but I never had a chance to dig into the technicalities, plug-in writing, admin tricks, SEO optimization and such -- until now. It was fun!
- Posted on 2009.03.21 | No CommentsThe river never stood still. That is when I saw it. I noticed that the concave sky, which was always so distant and so far above, was hereby being pulled into the Grand River and dragged to the same altitude as my mortal life.