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Using Percents in HTML

Using percents in HTML is an easy way to ensure that your content isn’t too large or small for your visitor. Objects that have percent sizes resize themselves with the user’s browser so that smaller screens don’t suffer from large pictures and vice versa. To make an image resizeable, for example, you would use this […]

PHP: Create Your Own CMS Part 4

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. This is quite a bit! So we decided that, for our example, we would use the following separators: Title – “q7v*” Page 1 – “((_;” Page 2 – “#hjs~” Page 3 – “\|j2″ Footer – [none] This is the last part of this tutorial. We need to set up […]

PHP: Create Your Own CMS Part 3

We have quite a bit so far: Website template Admin directory WYSIWYG editor installed HTML form in Admin directory (Part 1, Part 2) The next thing we’ll do is create a “log” file that holds all the content. We’ll use PHP to get the content, then format it and display it in the website. We […]

PHP: Create Your Own CMS Part 2

Okay. So you have the following things so far: Website template Admin directory WYSIWYG editor If you don’t know what I’m talking about, read Part 1. Make sure you’ve installed everything properly. For example, nicEdit requires you to keep its .js file outside the directory you’re using it in. This means you need to upload […]