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The Resource Joomla! templates, Angie Radtke

Joomla! templates, Angie Radtke

Label
Joomla! templates
Title
Joomla! templates
Statement of responsibility
Angie Radtke
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Radtke, Angie
Dewey number
006.78
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Web sites
  • Web site development
Label
Joomla! templates, Angie Radtke
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Contents note continued: The MooTools Core in Action -- The Class System -- The MooTools Principle -- Related Links -- HTML Validator and CSS Validator -- Web Developer Toolbar -- Firebug -- Helpful Tools for Accessibility -- Colour Contrast Analyser -- Accessibility Extensions for Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox -- Wave -- WCAG 2 Checker of the University of Toronto -- Tilt 3D -- Atomic -- beez_20 and beez5 -- The Template Manager: Styles -- The Template Manager: Templates -- The Template Preview -- Template Details -- Installing Templates -- The Heart of the Matter, the index.php -- The css Folder -- templateDetails.xml -- The images Folder -- The html Folder -- The javascript Folder -- The language Folder -- component.php -- error.php -- template_thumbnail.png and template_preview.png -- favicon.ico -- The fonts Folder -- The index.html -- The Document Head -- Safety First: Security -- Which Document Type? -- HTML Language Indicator -- jdoc: include type:head --
  • Contents note continued: Integrating CSS and JavaScript -- Integrating MooTools -- Reading Direction from Right to Left -- And Off We Go: The Body -- templateDetails.xml: General Information -- Customizing Template Names -- Integrating Files and Folders -- Defining Module Positions -- The Language Files -- Template Parameters: config -- Adding Your Own Form Fields and Accessing Them -- Adding Form Elements -- How Joomla! Translates Constants to Multiple Languages -- Adding Your Own Languages -- Joomla! Conventions for Using Language Strings -- Language Files in index.php Using the Examples of Skip Links -- jdoc:include -- The name Attribute -- The style Attribute and the Default Styles -- Beez Styles -- Integrating the Module Flexibly into the Layout -- Adapting ID and CSS -- The Module Class Suffix -- The Menu Module -- Horizontal Navigation with Subnavigation -- Folded Out Menu -- Styling Individual Menu Items via Individual Classes -- Link Image --
  • Contents note continued: Atomic Template -- Concept of the Beez Templates -- Step 1: Positioning the Navigation -- Problem -- Action -- Step 2: Filling the Center Column with Content -- Problem -- Action -- Optimizing Step 2: More Meaningful Names for Module Positions -- Step 3: Adjusting the Number of Articles -- Problem -- Action -- Step 4: Visually Designing the Header -- Problem -- Actions -- Result -- Step 5: Integrating the Module Position for the Header Picture -- Problem -- Action -- Step 6: Adapting the Footer -- Problem -- Action -- Step 7: Adapting the Minimum Height of Content -- Problem -- Step 8: The First Tests -- Font Enlargement -- Keyboard Operation -- Browser Check -- Step 9: Customizing Typography -- Problem 1 -- Action 1 -- Problem 2 -- Action 2 -- Step 10: Formatting Module Headings -- Problem -- Action -- Step 11: Assigning the Background Image to the Homepage Article -- Step 12: Final Tests -- Validating CSS -- Validating HTML -- Browser Check --
  • Contents note continued: Accessibility Checks -- The Header Image-A Background Image? -- Editing Module Content -- Adapting CSS -- Background Images in the Module's Own HTML -- Browser Check -- Using HTML5 Effectively -- Adding the HTML5 Overrides -- Adapting index.php -- Adding the JavaScript File to Deal with Internet Explorer -- Adapting CSS -- Fine-Tuning -- Creating a Print Stylesheet -- Adjusting error.php and offline.php -- Right-to-Left View -- Removing Superfluous Files -- Creating Previews -- Changing Favicon -- Optimizing index.php -- Adapting the XML File -- Creating a Zip Archive -- Useful Links -- Joomla! -- Assistive Technologies -- CSS -- HTML5 -- Design -- Typography -- Colors -- Icons -- JavaScript -- WAI ARIA -- Checker Tools -- Helpful Functions -- CSS Classes Used and Their Elements -- Templates -- Components -- Modules
  • Contents note continued: Allocating Individual Link Titles -- Inspecting the Default Output -- The Page Class Suffix -- Template Overrides -- Model-View-Controller -- Shifting Output to the Template -- Adapting Output -- New-A View with Different Output -- System Notices -- Integrating the Messages into the index.php File -- Adapting the Language -- Error Messages -- Replacing System Graphics -- component.php and How to Do Magic with It -- Component View with Search Engine-Friendly URLs -- The component.php File as the Basis for Custom Views -- offline.php -- When the Reading Direction Changes: Right-to-Left Languages -- Integrating RTL CSS -- Testing RTL Mode -- PHP Browser Switch -- PHP Tricks -- Structuring the Homepage Differently-Access to the Views -- Outputting the Current Date with PHP -- beez_20 and beez5 Templates -- Accessibility in General -- beez_20: Selectable Design -- Position of the Navigation Column -- JavaScript and WAI-ARIA -- beez5: Using HTML5 --
  • Machine generated contents note: It All Starts with the Structure -- Recognizing User Expectations -- Page Layout-Visually Structuring Content -- Designing with Grids -- Implementation -- Push to Front Principle -- The Graphical Layout-Visual Appearance Matters -- Colors-A Central Element -- Designing the Navigation-The Core of the Design -- Content Design-To Make It Fun to Read -- Font Design-We Do Not Have Many Options -- Fixed and Fluid Layouts -- The Legal Basis -- Visual Impairment -- Initial Situation and Findings -- Technical Aids -- What Can We Do? -- Motor Disabilities -- Initial Situation and Findings -- Technical Aids -- What Can We Do? -- Deafness -- Initial Situation and Findings -- Technical Assistance -- What Can We Do? -- Learning Disabilities -- Initial Situation and Findings -- What Can We Do? -- Seniors -- Initial Situation and Findings -- What Can We Do? -- A Few Words about the History -- Which Version of HTML Should I Use? -- HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 --
  • Contents note continued: HTML5 -- The Basic HTML Structure -- A Brief Introduction to CSS -- Adding CSS Statements -- CSS Selectors -- Inheritance -- Using Multiple Classes Together -- Positioning and Box Model -- CSS Hacks and Browser Problems -- Conditional Comments -- The * Hack -- Internet Explorer Again: hasLayout -- CSS Tuning -- CSS3-A Brief Overview -- Vendor Prefixes -- Overview of the Three Most Useful CSS Statements -- border-radius -- box-shadow -- linear-gradient -- But How Does It Work? -- CSS3 Media Queries -- Option 1 Integration into the Main Stylesheet -- Option 2 Integrating Separate Stylesheets -- Adapting Graphics and Videos -- Using HTML5 Apps -- Integrating PHP -- Comments -- echo -- Outputting Strings -- Outputting Variable Values -- Conditions: if Statements -- if Statement -- else Statement -- For Pros: Accessing Objects and Their Values -- Parameter Basics -- Using Parameters -- Why MooTools? -- MooTools Quick Start-Dollar Functions and Events --
Control code
000049293456
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xix, 336 p.
Isbn
9780321827319
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Joomla! templates, Angie Radtke
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Contents note continued: The MooTools Core in Action -- The Class System -- The MooTools Principle -- Related Links -- HTML Validator and CSS Validator -- Web Developer Toolbar -- Firebug -- Helpful Tools for Accessibility -- Colour Contrast Analyser -- Accessibility Extensions for Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox -- Wave -- WCAG 2 Checker of the University of Toronto -- Tilt 3D -- Atomic -- beez_20 and beez5 -- The Template Manager: Styles -- The Template Manager: Templates -- The Template Preview -- Template Details -- Installing Templates -- The Heart of the Matter, the index.php -- The css Folder -- templateDetails.xml -- The images Folder -- The html Folder -- The javascript Folder -- The language Folder -- component.php -- error.php -- template_thumbnail.png and template_preview.png -- favicon.ico -- The fonts Folder -- The index.html -- The Document Head -- Safety First: Security -- Which Document Type? -- HTML Language Indicator -- jdoc: include type:head --
  • Contents note continued: Integrating CSS and JavaScript -- Integrating MooTools -- Reading Direction from Right to Left -- And Off We Go: The Body -- templateDetails.xml: General Information -- Customizing Template Names -- Integrating Files and Folders -- Defining Module Positions -- The Language Files -- Template Parameters: config -- Adding Your Own Form Fields and Accessing Them -- Adding Form Elements -- How Joomla! Translates Constants to Multiple Languages -- Adding Your Own Languages -- Joomla! Conventions for Using Language Strings -- Language Files in index.php Using the Examples of Skip Links -- jdoc:include -- The name Attribute -- The style Attribute and the Default Styles -- Beez Styles -- Integrating the Module Flexibly into the Layout -- Adapting ID and CSS -- The Module Class Suffix -- The Menu Module -- Horizontal Navigation with Subnavigation -- Folded Out Menu -- Styling Individual Menu Items via Individual Classes -- Link Image --
  • Contents note continued: Atomic Template -- Concept of the Beez Templates -- Step 1: Positioning the Navigation -- Problem -- Action -- Step 2: Filling the Center Column with Content -- Problem -- Action -- Optimizing Step 2: More Meaningful Names for Module Positions -- Step 3: Adjusting the Number of Articles -- Problem -- Action -- Step 4: Visually Designing the Header -- Problem -- Actions -- Result -- Step 5: Integrating the Module Position for the Header Picture -- Problem -- Action -- Step 6: Adapting the Footer -- Problem -- Action -- Step 7: Adapting the Minimum Height of Content -- Problem -- Step 8: The First Tests -- Font Enlargement -- Keyboard Operation -- Browser Check -- Step 9: Customizing Typography -- Problem 1 -- Action 1 -- Problem 2 -- Action 2 -- Step 10: Formatting Module Headings -- Problem -- Action -- Step 11: Assigning the Background Image to the Homepage Article -- Step 12: Final Tests -- Validating CSS -- Validating HTML -- Browser Check --
  • Contents note continued: Accessibility Checks -- The Header Image-A Background Image? -- Editing Module Content -- Adapting CSS -- Background Images in the Module's Own HTML -- Browser Check -- Using HTML5 Effectively -- Adding the HTML5 Overrides -- Adapting index.php -- Adding the JavaScript File to Deal with Internet Explorer -- Adapting CSS -- Fine-Tuning -- Creating a Print Stylesheet -- Adjusting error.php and offline.php -- Right-to-Left View -- Removing Superfluous Files -- Creating Previews -- Changing Favicon -- Optimizing index.php -- Adapting the XML File -- Creating a Zip Archive -- Useful Links -- Joomla! -- Assistive Technologies -- CSS -- HTML5 -- Design -- Typography -- Colors -- Icons -- JavaScript -- WAI ARIA -- Checker Tools -- Helpful Functions -- CSS Classes Used and Their Elements -- Templates -- Components -- Modules
  • Contents note continued: Allocating Individual Link Titles -- Inspecting the Default Output -- The Page Class Suffix -- Template Overrides -- Model-View-Controller -- Shifting Output to the Template -- Adapting Output -- New-A View with Different Output -- System Notices -- Integrating the Messages into the index.php File -- Adapting the Language -- Error Messages -- Replacing System Graphics -- component.php and How to Do Magic with It -- Component View with Search Engine-Friendly URLs -- The component.php File as the Basis for Custom Views -- offline.php -- When the Reading Direction Changes: Right-to-Left Languages -- Integrating RTL CSS -- Testing RTL Mode -- PHP Browser Switch -- PHP Tricks -- Structuring the Homepage Differently-Access to the Views -- Outputting the Current Date with PHP -- beez_20 and beez5 Templates -- Accessibility in General -- beez_20: Selectable Design -- Position of the Navigation Column -- JavaScript and WAI-ARIA -- beez5: Using HTML5 --
  • Machine generated contents note: It All Starts with the Structure -- Recognizing User Expectations -- Page Layout-Visually Structuring Content -- Designing with Grids -- Implementation -- Push to Front Principle -- The Graphical Layout-Visual Appearance Matters -- Colors-A Central Element -- Designing the Navigation-The Core of the Design -- Content Design-To Make It Fun to Read -- Font Design-We Do Not Have Many Options -- Fixed and Fluid Layouts -- The Legal Basis -- Visual Impairment -- Initial Situation and Findings -- Technical Aids -- What Can We Do? -- Motor Disabilities -- Initial Situation and Findings -- Technical Aids -- What Can We Do? -- Deafness -- Initial Situation and Findings -- Technical Assistance -- What Can We Do? -- Learning Disabilities -- Initial Situation and Findings -- What Can We Do? -- Seniors -- Initial Situation and Findings -- What Can We Do? -- A Few Words about the History -- Which Version of HTML Should I Use? -- HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 --
  • Contents note continued: HTML5 -- The Basic HTML Structure -- A Brief Introduction to CSS -- Adding CSS Statements -- CSS Selectors -- Inheritance -- Using Multiple Classes Together -- Positioning and Box Model -- CSS Hacks and Browser Problems -- Conditional Comments -- The * Hack -- Internet Explorer Again: hasLayout -- CSS Tuning -- CSS3-A Brief Overview -- Vendor Prefixes -- Overview of the Three Most Useful CSS Statements -- border-radius -- box-shadow -- linear-gradient -- But How Does It Work? -- CSS3 Media Queries -- Option 1 Integration into the Main Stylesheet -- Option 2 Integrating Separate Stylesheets -- Adapting Graphics and Videos -- Using HTML5 Apps -- Integrating PHP -- Comments -- echo -- Outputting Strings -- Outputting Variable Values -- Conditions: if Statements -- if Statement -- else Statement -- For Pros: Accessing Objects and Their Values -- Parameter Basics -- Using Parameters -- Why MooTools? -- MooTools Quick Start-Dollar Functions and Events --
Control code
000049293456
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xix, 336 p.
Isbn
9780321827319
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Other physical details
ill.

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