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You are learning how to take an Ubercart website live. Switch over paypal and UPS to your live account. Any time you go live, I highly recommend completing an order as an anonymous user and show you the techniques I...
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This is our last stop before we launch our site. In it, we look at configuring product kits, setting up store stock and looking at our order states.
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In this Chapter, we uninstall the catalog module and I demonstrate how to override our taxonomy terms with the view provided by the Views module. We then create and add some attributes to our products and finish the v...
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Now that we have Ubercart configured, we start creating products including shippable products, purchased roles and downloadable products. Once done, we take a look at configuring the catalog which includes examining t...
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In Chapter 6, we continue developing our e-commerce site by configuring Ubercart's shipping quotes with UPS, flat rates, and weight quotes, configuring paypal and setting up conditional taxes.
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Following Chapter 4, we begin to configure Ubercart. This includes walking through all of the Ubercart configuration pages and making some minor changes
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Next we begin configuring the modules we added to our site in Chapter 3. I walk you through the configuration of all but the Ubercart modules.
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We continue developing our e-commerce site by adding functionality we need via modules. I walk you through things to consider when choosing modules and provide a list that we'll need for our site.
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Here we step back from our website and go over some common Drupal terminology including "modules", "themes", "nodes" and "blocks". This chapter is intended for brand new Drupal users.
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We start by configuring our server. I walk you through the requirements of Drupal, creating your database, creating a database user and installing drupal.
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Web content management system (CMS) DNN (the web CMS formerly known as DotNetNuke) has now announced DNN Evoq, a suite of applications to integrate social functionality into websites. DNN Evoq features a web-based u...
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DNN Evoq™ Content, formerly known as DotNetNuke® Professional Edition, is a business solution that helps bring your website to life with captivating content and engaging interactions. Users can add and edit content th...
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Starting with DotNetNuke 6.1, when you do a fresh install of DotNetNuke you get one account created for you, the HOST (superuser) account, this video shows how you can go about creating an Administrator (or multiple) ...
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This is a free and recorded DNN series. In this video you'll see: What is a DNN Skin What is a DNN container What are Token and why they are used for Other skining trucs
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Hi everybody and welcome to an alternate Daily Dose of Drupal. Today we're on Episode Number 155 and we're going to be heading over the Calendar Module. In case you're not acquainted with the Calendar Module, it basic...