Sue Babcock
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Discussion space for web practioners such as web developers, designers, admins, and content creators.See More
Apr 5, 2013
Sue Babcock commented on Tina's group Joomla Jammin'
"Yep - Murach is what we're using, too. I'm taking Terry's Javascript course this summer (he said he'd waive the prereq), but he doesn't use Murach for it. Fun times, indeed :)"
Apr 5, 2012
Sue Babcock commented on Tina's group Joomla Jammin'
"OOP PHP is part of Terry's PHP course and we've just gotten into it, with about a month left in the term. I could spend a whole semester (lifetime?) on it, though :) Very powerful, but it takes some getting use to."
Apr 5, 2012
Sue Babcock commented on Tina's group Joomla Jammin'
"I did succeed at creating a module (the easiest type of extension to build for Joomla). It estimates the cost of quilting, binding and batting (http://www.countryhousequilting.com/services). I had to do one small hack - didn't quite have enough…"
Apr 4, 2012
Sue Babcock commented on Tina's group Joomla Jammin'
"Thanks! You bet my PHP class helps (wouldn't even attempt it without some PHP knowledge), but Joomla has special ways to go from one file to another and back that is confounding me :) I'm taking javascript in the summer, I think (depending…"
Mar 5, 2012
Sue Babcock commented on Tina's group Joomla Jammin'
"Anyone have experience building extensions for Joomla? I'm trying to build a module - and interesting experience and it is teaching me a lot."
Mar 5, 2012
Sue Babcock added a discussion to the group Joomla Jammin'
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Front end editing and uploading

I just learned how to edit articles from the FRONT END. This is really exiting. The capability started with Joomla v 1.6, I think, but I didn't realize that by just adding a front end login, this was possible.And, by adding an extension called Phoca Download, you can upload articles from the front end, making collaboration efforts in Joomla easy.I think this is the way of the future, making the front end a strong tool so that visits to the back end are minimized.Any one else have any special…See More
Oct 14, 2011
Sue Babcock replied to Tina's discussion Inherited Joomla site SOP in the group Joomla Jammin'
"Apparently, in GoDaddy, I cannot have two databases with the same permissions (the username of a database must be unique for a domain, and is the name of the database), as required in the above instruction. I did find specific instructions on the…"
Aug 11, 2011
Sue Babcock replied to Tina's discussion Inherited Joomla site SOP in the group Joomla Jammin'
"Thanks, Tina. I plan to move Joomla into a folder once I have a test site operating (small steps - didn't want to break the entire site). I'll let you know how it goes."
Aug 9, 2011
Sue Babcock replied to Tina's discussion Inherited Joomla site SOP in the group Joomla Jammin'
"I'm trying to learn how to clone the site on the web-server to create a test version of the website. The (instructions) I've found so far, which utilize cPanel seem to be:   create new folder under public_html (such as…"
Aug 8, 2011
Sue Babcock left a comment for Michelle Meaders
"Hi Michelle! Those were the day LOL. I'm semi-retired now. Learning new things (such as website development) - but I've a looonnngg way to go :)"
Aug 7, 2011
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Aug 7, 2011
Michelle Meaders left a comment for Sue Babcock
"Hi Sue!  We used to work together at NMERI many years ago. What interesting projects you have! I think the website URL you meant is http://www.kidsmagination.com/"
Aug 7, 2011
Aleta Mason left a comment for Sue Babcock
"Hi what wld u charge to tweak my website? Someone told me its not SEO friendly.  Wld u consider a barter? I offer home & pet services + everything listed at my site-  http://www.isiswing.com  Please contact me from…"
Aug 6, 2011
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Aug 2, 2011
Sue Babcock replied to Tina's discussion Joomla podcast - worth the listen - Joomla Fork promises Drupal like performance with Joomla ease. in the group Joomla Jammin'
"But Molajo says they are not a fork (I'm going to expose my ignorance now - can someone explain what a fork is?)"
Aug 2, 2011

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About Me:
Engineer turned writer turned web designer and developer
My Website:
http://kidsmagination.com
What I'm Reading:
David Farland's Runelords

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At 12:24am on August 7, 2011, Michelle Meaders said…

Hi Sue!  We used to work together at NMERI many years ago. What interesting projects you have!

I think the website URL you meant is http://www.kidsmagination.com/

At 11:58pm on August 6, 2011, Aleta Mason said…

Hi

what wld u charge to tweak my website? Someone told me its not SEO friendly.  Wld u consider a barter? I offer home & pet services + everything listed at my site-  http://www.isiswing.com  Please contact me from there  Thanx

 
 
 

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