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NETTUTS.com:
Don't Ignore Your WordPress Footer
November 04, 2008 @ 07:50:47

The NETTUTS.com site recommends that you don't ignore your WordPress footer and instead enhance it with some simple HTML and CSS.

Footers are often an overlooked aspect of designing a site - when they can actually be kinda handy and informative. In this tutorial we'll go through some options you can have for your WordPress site.

They take different bits of information - archived posts, the "about" message and some links - and arrange them in a sidebar sort of format. This is then styled to work more like a footer, moving it down to the bottom of the page and laid out horizontally. The complete code for the tutorial can be dropped easily into the wp-content folder (named "WPFooter").

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Rob Allen's Blog:
Two-Step view in Zend Framework 1.0.0
July 11, 2007 @ 07:46:00

Today Rob Allen posts about a fellow developer's request to add a header and footer into all of the view templates on their Zend Framework site:

At the moment, the Zend Framework doesn't have an "officially blessed" solution, so there are multiple approaches being used.

Included in his list are things like the Zend_Layout proposal, the Zend_View_Enhanced proposal and the Front Controller plug-in.

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DevShed:
Handling Entries for a Blogger Built with PHP
November 28, 2006 @ 09:58:00

DevShed has posted the second part of their (three part) series looking at the construction of a blogging application in PHP5. In this part, they look at how to handle the user's desire to input entries into the application via a HTML form.

In this second installment of the series, I'll show you how to expand the initial functionality of the already familiar "BlogProcessor" class so that it is capable of addressing all these (displaying all the entries, show the insert/update forms) issues.

They start with the simplest of the group - the displayBlogs method, outputting the full contents of the entries for the blog. Things get a bit tougher with the next step - creating the insert and update forms for pushing content into the database. Finally, they defined the header and footer functionality to make setting up the structure of the page simpler.

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