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Basic CSS Layout

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Free CSS Tutorial for 3 column layout. Download templatehttp://www.2createawebsite.com/design... Visit my site http://www.2CreateAWebSite.com Visit my blog http://blog.2CreateAWebSite.com

How to choose your domain name?

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Kenny Goodman explains how to choose a domain name. 1) Keywords Keywords are the cornestone. Market research underpins everything 2) Domain Usage How will you be attacking your niche? Thiw will affect domain...

Learn Ruby On Rails

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First, a large number of developers were frustrated with the technologies they were using to create web applications. It didn’t seem to matter whether they were using Java, PHP, or .NET—there was a growing sense that ...

Introduction to Ruby On Rails (Ruby on Rails series -part 1)

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At the end of those tutorials,  you'll have all the knowledge to develop your custom Ruby web applications.

How to install Ruby on Windows? (Ruby on Rails series -part 2)

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Install Cygwin (http://cygwin.com): Cygwin is a Linux -like environment for Windows. Open Cygwin setup and select "VIM" package to install an editor Select "git" version control system Select "curl" from "Net" Ins...

How to install Ruby on LINUX and MAC? (Ruby on Rails series -part 3)

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Install GIT Download GIT from http://git-scm.com/download/linux > cd gitDownloadedFolder/ > tar zxf gitCompressedFile > cd gitFolder > make (to compile git) > sudo make install > git --version...

Your first contact with Ruby (Ruby on Rails series -part 4)

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We will learn how to: Install Rails and setup the development environment. Generate a rirst Rails application. Put the first app under version control with Git. Share the first app's code at GitHub and deplo...

Websites written in Rails (Ruby on Rails series -part 5)

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http://shopify.com http://scribd.com http://twitter.com http://hulu.com http://yp.com http://37signals.com http://campfirenow.com

First application with Ruby (Ruby on Rails series -part 6)

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Virtually all Rails applications start the same way, by running rails new command. This handy command creates a skeleton Rails application in a directory of your choice. To get started, make a directory for your Rails...

Ruby version Control With GIT (Ruby on Rails series -part 7)

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Git is the most popular version control system for use with Ruby on Rails. There are others, but Git is probably the easiest, certainly capable, and most Rails developers know and use Git. Plus, you can share your cod...

Getting Started with Ruby on Heroku (Ruby on Rails series -part 8)

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This quickstart will get you going with Ruby and the Sinatra web framework, deployed to Heroku. For Rails applications, please see Getting Started with Rails 4.x on Heroku. For general information on how to develop an...

The objectives of next videos in this series (Ruby on Rails series -part 9)

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The objectives of next videos in this series will be: 1. Create a demonstration application for users and (micro)posts using scoffolding. 2. Get a first tatste of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. 3. St...

Create simple MVC application (Ruby on Rails series -part 10)

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1. In this section, we'll outline our plans for the demo application. We'll start by generating the application skeleton using the rails command: cd rails_project rails new demo_app cd demo_app 2. Next, we'll use ...

How to use Spree eCommerce solution

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Spree is a complete open source e-commerce solution for Ruby on Rails. 1. Install imagemagick To install ImageMagick, download it from http://www.imagemagick.org/script/binary-releases.php#windows and then run $...

Go live with an Ubercart website

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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...

Configure product kits and setup store stock

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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.

Uninstall catalog module and override taxonomy terms

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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...

Ubercart – Create products including shippable products, purchased roles and downloadable products.

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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...

Configuring Ubercart’s shipping quotes with UPS

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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.

Configure Ubercart for Drupal 7

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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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