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by Rogers Cadenhead
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Databases & Big Data
  • Author:
    Rogers Cadenhead
  • ISBN:
    0764573888
  • ISBN13:
    978-0764573880
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  • Publisher:
    Wiley; Desktop edition (November 5, 2004)
  • Pages:
    432 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Databases & Big Data
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  • Rating:
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But you need to know quite a bit to set it up, and then use it to the fullest.

It's cheap (a personal, single-user version is free. But you need to know quite a bit to set it up, and then use it to the fullest. Rogers Cadenhead walks you through all that, simply and in plain English. Step by step, he covers preparing your web server, getting the needed infrastructure and security in place, initializing the software, and quickly customizing its default site. You'll walk through writing entries, organizing weblogs, publishing images.

Rogers Cadenhead is a Web developer, RSS Advisory Board member, and host of more than 3,000 webloggers . Anyone who uses Movable Type on a regular basis needed the book.

Rogers Cadenhead is a Web developer, RSS Advisory Board member, and host of more than 3,000 webloggers on Buzzword. He has written 19 books on Internet-related topics, including Radio UserLand Kick Start and Teach Yourself Java 2 in 21 Days. He’s also a Web publisher whose sites receive more than 10 million visits a year. But then it goes into more advanced topics like alternating the template and adding plugins. And even more advanced topics like RSS, Atom, and writing your own plugins.

Rogers Cadenhead (born April 13, 1967) is a computer book author and web publisher who served from 2006 to 2008 as chairman of the RSS Advisory Board, a group that publishes the RSS . specification. He graduated from Lloyd V. Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas in 1985 and the University of North Texas in 1991

Rogers Cadenhead is a Web developer, RSS Advisory Board member, and host of more than 3,000 webloggers on Buzzword.

From exploring Movable Type's template-driven publishing system to developing your own plug-ins, here's what you need to know to create and maintain sites as adaptable as the Web itself. Rogers Cadenhead is a Web developer, RSS Advisory Board member, and host of more than 3,000 webloggers on Buzzword.

Movable Type 3 Bible book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. If Movable Type can do it, you can do it too By its very nature, the. Details (if other): Cancel.

If Movable Type can do it, you can do it too By its very nature, the Web encourages change at a frenetic pace. If Movable Type can do it, you can do it too By its very nature, the Web encourages change at a frenetic pace.

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I wrote the book to encourage Movable Type webloggers to get into the advanced publishing capabilities of the software, such as template design, plug-in programming, and XML syndication with Atom and RSS.

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If Movable Type can do it, you can do it too By its very nature, the Web encourages change at a frenetic pace. Movable Type helps you manage that pace, and this is your indispensable guide to installing and using the most popular server-based personal publishing tool. From exploring Movable Type's template-driven publishing system to developing your own plug-ins, here's what you need to know to create and maintain sites as adaptable as the Web itself. Inside, you'll find what you need to know about Movable Type * Prepare your Web server and install Movable Type * Set up and configure a weblog, using archives and categories to create a more sophisticated site * Add visual elements with photos and graphics * Design a weblog with templates and use template tags * Establish communication among sites using trackback pings * Add search capabilities and import content from other blogs * Develop Perl-based plug-ins to enhance Movable Type * Configure Movable Type to receive and manage comments from site visitors * See what's new in Movable Type 3.1 in a bonus Movable Type 3.1 appendix

Xava
This book is great for experienced and curious users. It's quite technical for lay users and the way information is presented isn't terribly user-oriented.

But the biggest problem is that Six Apart has updated Movable Type in ways that make this book obsolete in some aspects and that make it necessary to translate concepts in others. At this point, it's probably not worth the trouble to buy the book, and also probably not worth the trouble to write this kind of book when updates are so extensive and frequent.
Mot
Anyone who uses Movable Type on a regular basis needed the book. It covers all of the basics around installation, setting up blogs and writing entries. But then it goes into more advanced topics like alternating the template and adding plugins. And even more advanced topics like RSS, Atom, and writing your own plugins. This is thorough book that is well written and will cover everything you need to know to blog with Movable Type.
Adokelv
Unless you already have solid experience writing software, you will find this book overwhelming. But it is better than the program documentation. There are few other choices. It looks like it was rushed to press and many of the examples don't quite work on my provider's server configuration, e.g., I don't have access to the unix command line so isn't always easy to envision the file structures. (If you didn't understand the last line, you might consider paying the folks at Movable Type to build your blog.)

But in all fairness, this is a difficult subject to explain. Since personal blogging is so new on the scene, it seems like the blog jargon is still a little fuzzy. Liberal use of Google helps. Since many of the concepts in blogging software are new to me, I would have appreciated a clearer explaination in the introduction, perhaps with some graphic illustrations. Some of the topics here, "Publishing with Movable Type" for example, are filled with examples and terminology that belong in a later section of the book. It would suffice to just give the reader a broader overview of how the software works.