You have some shiny new software, whether off the shelf or bespoke, and you have invested a lot of time and money in your special system. Everyone is happy, productivity will improve and the software will pay for itself in no time. What can possibly go wrong? Beyond the inevitable teething problems, there will always be … Continue reading Support Models
To make the structure of a web application works a little clearer, a typical technology stack is illustrated here. Data: the core data of the system will be stored in a database comprising a number of tables. Data can be validated at this level, but business rules are not implemented at this layer. This can … Continue reading Web Application Technology Structure
To make the structure of a CMS-based website a little clearer, a typical technology stack is illustrated here. Web Host: every website needs to be hosted on a server; the web host provides one or more of the following: domain, fileserver, database, email server Domain: this is what gives your website its unique ‘address’ User … Continue reading CMS Website Technology Structure
The example below shows an HTML page developed on a local IIS Server using MS Expression Web. IF you need help or advice to use HTML code in your website -- CMS or otherwise -- we can help!
EKlär Solutions currently supports one website using Joomla! v1.5, and can also support other CMS websites. The picture below shows an installation of Joomla! on a local IIS server. This has been used for 'proof of concept' and testing exercises.
One-to-one or group workshops can be created to clarify aspects of your hardware such as your printer. The example below shows an excerpt from a workshop to get the best quality scanned images and how to manipulate or optimise them using Windows Photo Gallery.
One-to-one or group workshops can be created to clarify aspects of MS Office suite such as Word or PowerPoint. The example below shows an excerpt from a workshop to create greetings cards using Word. Although not a design tool, Word can be manipulated to produce professional-looking stationery.