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Step 7.1: Refining single page structure

Thursday, December 9th, 2004

Not everybody is the crack genius of code, so we would need a basic and an advanced option to edit a single page, which works out like this:
a) the basic mode is eg. for newbies and folks who dont want to mess around with the whole down-to-the-bone stuff but simply want to add new […]

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Step 7: How to structure a single page

Monday, November 22nd, 2004

After quite a bit of thinking of how to structure a single page in a CMS, I’ve came up with the following (written in my struct-file, so please forgive me the shortness/strangeness of this entry):

- per page/category (articles):
- page_template - contains page template:
- <!–#insert: [post name] –> - inserts post with given name
- <!–#insert-id: […]

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Step 6: Putting together the pieces

Tuesday, October 12th, 2004

This is going to be the place to collect the single pieces of this project. By now, I’ve re-installed WordPress at my ‘official’ site, currently without any changes done to the standard template, nor any other files.
Following is my planning/result of brainstorming/to-do-list:
- Alp Uckan mentioned something like a very simplified version of WordPress (WordPress […]

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Using WP 1.2.1 instead of WP 1.3

Tuesday, October 12th, 2004

So I’m going to use the current WP 1.2.1 version instead of the 1.3, simply because there are changes done to it nearly on a daily base. Also I currently dont see a need for the ‘pages’-functionality - if I want to write/edit files, I’m always going to use a proper editor prior to […]

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Useful Links / Honoring already made efforts of others

Tuesday, September 28th, 2004

Below you’re going to see several commented links to posts, tutorials and more of folks who already made some efforts of creating a WordPress CMS

~davos - Hacking WordPress CMS
Chris J. Davis’ WordPress CMS-Tutorials (part. 1 + 2)
WordPress Forum > WordPress Blog vs. WordPress CMS
Peruns Blog - WordPress als CMS (in german only, […]

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Step 3: Design decisions

Monday, September 27th, 2004

What design shall my new site get? I’m going to use roughly the current, originally only temporary meant version of my site, adding some spice using some of the Gnome desktop icons for navigational purposes (like it has been used on the old Mozilla.Org-homepage or the current Pivot installation (go here for some up-to-date […]

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Step 2: Global planning

Monday, September 27th, 2004

Below you can see my current struct file for this project:

fww v5.0 - struct:
- start page/home
+ short info about fww
+ news (receive rss/atom-feed)
+ current offers
- design
+ normal offerinfo
+ poss. special packages? (rel. css-code, eg. div.offerBlock)
+ note about references
- hosting
- offerinfo
- packages (aus db) –> detail-packageinfo (improve layout - orientate on other websites)
- technic-info
- faq/support
- […]

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First Step: Installing WordPress

Saturday, September 25th, 2004

For starting my work, I’ve downloaded the latest nightly build of WordPress, which I knew was already version 1.3. I’ve got the version 1.3-alpha-3, package bundled on 09-22-2004 (m.d.y).
I edited wp-config.php (as usual), uploaded it and started the setup process via wp-admin/install.php. Afterwards I deleted the file to avoid possible damage by script kiddies […]

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