CMS


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Course Overview

WordPress is a free and open source content management system (CMS) developed on PHP and MySQL. You can use wordpress to create your own website or blog without programming knowledge. Magento is a powerful and flexible open-source e-commerce platform with modular architecture.

Drupal is a free and open source content management framework written in PHP. It is used as a back-end system for at least 1% of all websites worldwide ranging from personal blogs to larger corporate sites.

COURSE FEATURES

  • Resume & Interviews Preparation Support
  • Hands on Experience on One Live Project.
  • 100 % Placement Assistance
  • Resume Preparation
  • Interview Preparation
  • Multiple Flexible Batches

At the end of CMS Training Course, Participants will be able to:

  • Make your own WordPress website in 1 day.
  • Convert HTML website into WordPress website.
  • Make Ecommerce websites in WordPress.
  • Perform SEO for your website
  • How to build data driven websites.

Course Duration

  • Weekdays: 20 hour

Prerequisites :

  • Basic Knowledge of HTML
  • Basic Knowledge of PHP
  • Basic Knowledge of CSS

Who Should Attend?

  • Students
  • Developers

Course

1.1 Overview

  • What is WordPress
  • How WordPress Works

1.2 Setting up and Installing WordPress

  • Installation of server
  • Installation of WordPress
  • Installation of MY SQL

1.3 HTML, CSS & JavaScript

  • Basic of HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Basics of the WordPress User Interface

1.4 Understanding the WordPress Dashboard

  • Pages, Tags, Media and Content Administration
  • Linking to Posts, Pages, and Categories
  • Core WordPress Settings

1.5 Designing

  • Designing Headers and Headings
  • CSS Horizontal Menus
  • Dynamic Menu Highlighting
  • Good Navigation Links
  • Next and Previous Links
  • Styling for Print
  • Designing Your Post Meta Data Section
  • Customizing the Read More
  • Formatting Date and Time
  • Styling Lists with CSS
  • Playing with Fonts
  • Using Images
  • Adding a Favicon

1.6 Theme Development

  • Finding Themes and Choosing the Right One
  • Installing and Configuring Themes
  • Editing and Customizing Themes
  • Using Theme Frameworks and Parent-Child Themes
  • Theme Best Practices

1.7 MY SQL

  • Introduction about Database
  • Data Types, DML, DDL
  • Aggregate functions
  • Data Time functions
  • Joins.

1.8 WordPress Plugins

  • Finding and Using WordPress Plugins
  • Finding and Installing Plugins Quickly and Easily

1.9 Deployment

  • Deploying application on Web Server
  • Implement Word Press Site
  • Troubleshooting the project application after implementation

2.1 Setting up and Installing Magento

  • Installation of Server
  • Installing Magento
  • Installation of MY SQL

2.2 Understanding the Magento

  • Magento Installation
  • Magento Features
  • Configure Magento Webstore
  • Magento Products
  • Magento Quantity
  • Magento Categories
  • Magento Special Prices
  • Magento Orders
  • Magento Themes
  • Magento CMS
  • Magento SSL
  • Magento Customer Management
  • Magento Modules
  • Magento Shipping Modules
  • Magento Payment Modules
  • Magento Issues
  • Magento Newsletter
  • Magento Widgets
  • Shipping and Payment methods in Magento

2.3 Deployment

  • Deploying application on Web Server
  • Implement Magento Site
  • Troubleshooting the project application after implementation
3.1 Drupal Administration

  • What is a CMS? What is a social site/network?
  • Looking at a basic Drupal page what does it include?
  • (header, blocks, links, comments….)

3.2 Database

  • What if you need custom storage?
  • adding a table to Drupal’s DB
  • using the .install file for installation and updating

3.3 Basic Site configuration

  • site-information
  • Date and time
  • Files uploads
  • clean-urls

3.4 Content

  • Content submission
  • Creating new content types with CCK
  • CCK add-ons and field types
  • WYSIWYG in Drupal (currently teaching TinyMCE integration)
  • Taxonomy
  • Views
  • Working with media images, audio, video

3.5 Users administration

  • creating roles
  • registration
  • editing users’ details and blocking users
  • Forms API
  • FAPI, uugggh another acronym don’t be scared FAPI is good
  • Why use an API? writing forms HTML is really easy!
3.6 Custom nodes

  • How to create a custom node
  • Why not just use CCK? A comparison
  • A node module’s tacklebox hook_load, hook_update, hook_delete, etc.

3.7 Site’s structure

  • Modules (choose, download, install, configure)
  • Access Control
  • Menus

3.8 Drupal modules development

  • Introduction:
  • How is Drupal built?
  • What is “Core”
  • Drupal’s folder structure and why its important.

3.9 Tools and Rules

  • Drupal coding standards
  • demonstration of api.drupal.org and the API module
  • writing secure code
  • Tricks of the trade
  • Devel and coder module

3.10 Hooks & Theming

  • We fishing or writing code?
  • Overview of what a hook is
  • Demonstration of a hook
  • Simple module implementing hook_nodeapi and drupal_set_message($op).

FAQ

WordPress is, by far, the most popular open source Content Management System (CMS), used by approximately 75 million websites. WordPress is free to install, deploy, and upgrade. Thousands of plugins and templates power a flexible and simple interface, which reduces development costs and deployment time.

Magento is an ecommerce platform built on open source technology which provides online merchants with a flexible shopping cart system, as well as control over the look, content and functionality of their online store. Magento offers powerful marketing, search engine optimization, and catalog-management tools.

Drupal is content management software. It’s used to make many of the websites and applications you use every day. Drupal has great standard features, like easy content authoring, reliable performance, and excellent security. … Or, integrate Drupal with external services and other applications in your infrastructure.

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