Designing for XOOPS


Designing for XOOPS

Book Designing for XOOPS

A Designer's Quickstart Guide to Content Management

Sun Ruoyu; Publisher: O'Reilly Media; Released: July 2011; Pages: 126
Description: Learn how to customize websites with XOOPS, the open source CMS that helps non-developers build dynamic community websites, intranets, and other applications. This concise book shows you how to use XOOPS themes and modules to design everything from simple blogs to large database-driven CMS portals. Ideal for current XOOPS users, and web designers familiar with XHTML and CSS.

Table of Contents
  1. Chapter 1 Before the Journey

    1. Prepare the Tools

  2. Chapter 2 Elements of a XOOPS Theme

    1. Necessary Elements of a XOOPS Theme

    2. A Simple Example

  3. Chapter 3 Converting an Existing XHTML Template

    1. Get the CSS Template

    2. Plug It into XOOPS

    3. Further Modifications

  4. Chapter 4 Styling XOOPS and Creating a Theme from 960

    1. More on Styling XOOPS

    2. Dealing with XOOPS Template Style

    3. Smarty: I Want to Know More

    4. More on Smarty: Tricks and Examples

    5. Create a Theme with 960

  5. Chapter 5 jQuery and UI Libraries for XOOPS Themes

    1. Link Your Theme to jQuery

    2. Case1: jQuery Used Separately (Adding a Slider to Your Theme)

    3. Coding (X)HTML and CSS

    4. Adding jQuery Effect

    5. Case2: jQuery Integration (Transform Your Blocks into Tabs)

  6. Chapter 6 Module Template Override

    1. An Experiment in Module Template Override

    2. Case Study: Gallery Slideshow Block

    3. A Look Back

  7. Chapter 7 Block Anywhere Techniques

    1. How to Get XOOPS Tools Module

    2. A First Play-around

    3. What’s the Difference?

  8. Chapter 8 Case Study: My TinyMag

    1. Wireframing

    2. Mock Up a Design

    3. Code the Mock-Up Design

    4. Publisher FAQ

    5. Construct Header Feature

    6. Construct the Main Feature

    7. Construct the Content

    8. Construct Latest Article Categories

    9. Poll

    10. Archives and Discussions

    11. User Menu

    12. Publisher + Disqus

    13. Final Check

  1. Appendix XOOPS Cheatsheets

    1. XOOPS Resources

    2. More Resources

  2. Colophon

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