Continuing with the Textpattern CMS installation tutorial series, it’s now time to run the installer from the browser. The core Textpattern files have been copied to the web server, the database has been setup correctly and now the main installer can start. Before you start the installation, you will need to note down the following details from the database creation stage:
- Database name
- Database user
- Database user password
The install process is straightforward and shouldn’t cause you any problems, but you will be asked for the details above fairly early on. If you do encounter any issues, start a topic in the Arvixe forums or Textpattern forums. Learn More
For any CMS after storing all the contents in the repository it is equally important to make it available to external systems in secure way. Alfresco has very robust and flexible architecture which gives various different ways to access and manipulate its repository in secure manner. There are various different set of extension points to alfresco repository.
RESTFul Services can be checked through following URL in your local Alfresco installation Learn More
In my previous article I discussed the process of building a FormData object and sending it to the server using Jquery. This is great but what if you are building this site to be used by a browser that does not recognize DataForm objects. You need to know which browsers allow it then look here.
You have a couple of options.
1. You could simply check to see if the browser allows it and if not, then you redirect them to a different form. Learn More
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