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Basics of Drupal Part II - User

The second step to maintain your Drupal site is to configure the Users. The access to your Drupal site can be maintained by defining user roles (user groups). Drupal 6 comes with 2 default roles as Authenticated User and Anonymous User where as Drupal 7 comes with 1 additional role which is Administrator. You may create as many roles as you require from Editor, Director to Student or Teacher according to your Organizational structure or business needs.

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What is vTiger?

 

When it comes to customer satisfaction in any organization, it is of utmost importance to make sure that the customers are satisfied about the way they are being treated. As retaining the customer base as well as acquiring new customers depends largely on this. For this purpose, there are plenty of (CRM) Customer Relationship managers available in the market. Finding the right one for your business is not going to be easy.

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Recruitment Management Solution

RMS - Pro is suited for Agencies that handle un-skilled employment to the Middle East. Use it to manage applicants (passports), training profiles, medical reports, sub agents, bureau payments and many more. This covers the entire life cycle of the Visa Process and makes it easy to search and match Requirement to Profiles.

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Basics of Drupal Part I - Node

In Drupal the node means content; by default there are several content types which are Page, Articles, News and Blog Posts; we can create our own content types which are also called nodes. The only exception is the comments which are separate entities attached to nodes.

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Benefits of Open source Web Development

 

Open source development is a buzzword in present market. There are some obvious advantages of opens ource software development over the proprietary software development. In this series we have analyze and depict the advantages in logical manner.

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See How Your Website Looks on the iPad

The iPad user base will become big enough for web developers to start paying attention to how their websites look on the iPad.

 

iPad Peek is a nifty tool that lets you see how any website will be rendered on the iPad. Click on the top border to switch from landscape to portrait mode. The virtual keyboard and the buttons on the iPad browser are just for show, but the reload button works.

 

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Compare Drupal 6 and Druapl 7

When we are talking about content management systems we can’t forget DRUPAL .it is one of the best CMS ever. Well known drupal 7 were released at January 5th, 2011.So I decided to write an Article for Compare Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 .normally all are saying drupal is not user friendly than other CMS like Joomla etc…but Drupal Developers have passed to fix that issue in Drupal 7.its user friendly than other CMS’s .it’s very easier to use An entirely revamped administrative interface makes your daily tasks easier to find and carry out.

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Factors selecting WCMS for your Enterprise

 

For organizations looking for a WCMS to manage their website, intranet, or portal there are literally over a thousand potential solutions from which to choose. WCMS solutions vary significantly in price, design, functionality, and in many cases, provide far more than just content management capabilities.

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AJAX

AJAX

It’s a concept of JavaScript and Xml. Mostly its using for above things we can categorized for those topics.

1. Form validations.

2. Online chat programs.

3. Photo gallery.

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