That’s big, because it makes maintaining and updating a website simple and affordable.
Once upon a time updating a website meant passing off your polished and perfected writing to a programmer who would convert it into a mishmash of computer lingo, often unintentionally skewering some of the finer points of style and layout (). The process was slow and painful for everyone involved, not to mention expensive.
A CMS is an enormous boost to the small business or organization that doesn’t have a massive tech budget.
It simplifies the process and puts the website back into the hands of content creators, allowing you to spend more time on what really matters—your content.
Introduction to Laravel
Routes , Controllers , Views , Models , Migration , Template Engine
Composer , Artisan Console
Downloading and Installing with Composer
Working with Database
CRUD ( Create , Read , Update and Delete) operation in Laravel
Authentication system setting
User login with session
Web development using Laravel
Laravel Mail class
Laravel Events & Listeners
Laravel Api & Json
Creating Api &Testing with Postman
Complete Web Development using Larave
Introduction To Codeigniter
Download And Installation, Introduction To MVC, Configuration Settings
Controllers, Views And Models
Implementation Of MVC Architecture In Codeigniter
Create Controller, View And Model
Fetching Data Using Input Class
Database and Session
Pass Variables To Views
Create Basic Website Using Codeigniter
WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. Wordpress is installed on a web server, which either is part of an Internet_hosting_service or is a network host itself Host_(network); the first case may be on a service like Wordpress.com, for example, and the second case is a computer running the software package Wordpress.org. An example of the second case is a local computer configured to act as its own web server hosting Wordpress for single-user testing or learning purposes. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. WordPress was used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites as of January 2015. WordPress is the most popular blogging system in use on the Web,at more than 60 million websites. It was released on May 27, 2003, by its founders, Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, as a fork of b2/cafelog. The license under which WordPress software is released is the GPLv2 (or later) from the Free Software Foundation.
Introduction to wordpress
Introduce Ourselves and Backgrounds
What is WordPress?
Detailed Introduction to wordpress , How to make a website or a bog using a wordpress
Downloading and Installing wordpress on XAMPP SERVER.
Loggingin to WordPress
Creating a Profile
Brief Introduction to all the menus on the Administration Screen.
Accessing all the website management functions of WordPress
Installing and handling themes, Editing the appearance of themes, theme configurations, adjusting different elements of installed themes like slideshow, post, pages.
Adding new post, Modifying existing posts, placing images, videos to the posts, adding categories to publishing the posts on the websites. Including custom fields. Adding Tags to the pages.
Adding New webpages , Modifying pages, Editing pages, Placing images,videos,mp3 to the pages, publishing the pages on the websites, creating static home pages.
Creating Custom Menus, modifying themes default menu.
Uploading pictures, videos, editing images, publishing them on the websites, embedding videos from Youtube to your website
Adding New links , Editing the links, Adding categories to the links.Managing Categories
Comment Moderation, Approving comments, removing spam.
Adding, Editing widgets to the theme
Introduction to plugins , Installing plugins , Editing plugins.
Social Media Plugins
Floating social networking, social media widget, social media tabs,social media mashup, social networking icons
Managing the accessibility to the website/blog.
Introduction to Angularjs
Expression and Directives
Display text and coding
Controllers and Data-binding
Adding Filters to Expressions
Scope and Filters coding
Adding Filters to Expression
Adding Filters to Directives
What is Service?
Create and manipulate variables
Learn how to use Angularjs events
Developing popup boxes
Learn how to implement form validation (using Angularjs)
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