Moodle è un Open Source Course Management System (CMS), noto anche come Learning Management System (LMS) o Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Moodle è una applicazione web libera che i formatori possono utilizzare per creare siti di formazione efficaci.
There is little doubt that WordPress is one of the most popular blogging and content management platforms out there today. This is not an article about WordPress, though, but rather a more general musing on one of its thought-provoking taglines: “Code Is Poetry.”
Whenever I am developing a new website or WordPress theme, I try and look for new kind of content sliders and carousel scripts (that can scroll images & HTML content). Over a period of time, I have bookmarked some efficient sliders that can also be easily integrated into WordPress if you have the skills. I am sure these will be helpful to both moderate and advanced developers alike. Here is the list.
TYPO3.org is the main developer resource of the TYPO3 project, a free CMS framework released under the GPL. This site provides lots of information about creating sites, writing extensions and developing the core of TYPO3.
One of the things I’ve been hoping would be implemented in WordPress for years is the ability to create custom content types. The inability to do this has been WordPress’ weakest point when compared to rivals in the CMS market.
In WordPress 3.0, we’ll have the capability to easily create and manage content via custom post types. Not only that, but you won’t have to rely on a plugin to do this for you. It can be done via your theme’s functions.php file with a few lines of code.
There are other 3.0 features such as menu management and multi-site, but this is the most promising feature coming. In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the creation of custom post types and how they can be used for your blog.
WPDocs provides the standard WordPress documentation in a delightful search interface (rendered using RDoc).
Hopefully it’s self-explanatory. Start typing the name of a function or template tag in the box at the top left to get started.