Archive for April 9th, 2009

How To Use Facebook To Build Up Your Business

Thursday, April 9th, 2009

by Jeremy Gislason

Facebook is one of the most popular social networking mediums, and their membership numbers are increasing quickly. It is a great tool for networking; but like many tools available for networking on the web, promotional or marketing activities are frowned upon.

So be careful when using Facebook and do your online marketing activities under the radar, or you might miss out on a powerful tool to boost your business.

In this article, I’ll give you some vital pointers to maximize the power of Facebook. (more…)

Drag and drop category management with CakePHP

Thursday, April 9th, 2009

by Jamie Munro

CakePHP offers a really nice built-in tree management. In fact, at a bare minimum you simply need to create a table with 2 extra columns, tell your model to act like a “tree” and rather than doing a find(’all’) you do a generatetreelist() or a find(’threaded’) and CakePHP takes care of the rest.

After doing a quick test, I was quite impressed with what CakePHP did for me, but I was not satisified. I wanted to create a really slick category management system that I can re-use and show off. Well, in this tutorial I go about 90% of the way. The only thing I didn’t have time to finish was, rather than redrawing my tree through AJAX, use DHTML and dynamically update my tree after dragging and dropping. (more…)

Make Sure Your Website Follows These 10 Things

Thursday, April 9th, 2009

by Kimberly Reddington

When a visitor first sees you website, they form an impression about it within the first 10 seconds of its loading. Depending upon the feelings they get when viewing your site, they either decide to leave or to get a better look around. Here are ten items to think about when deciding if you are giving off your desired impression: (more…)

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