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Learn how to create a contact page in ColdFusion.

Learn how to Create a quick and dirty hit counter.

This tutorial will demonstrate how you can create a "member's only" area. It will show you how to log them in and how to check that they are logged in.

Have you ever wanted to display a count of how many people are on your web site at any given moment? This tutorial will demonstrate to you how to achieve just that. It will count your web site's active sessions and allow you to display them to your visitors.

This tutorial will show you how to create a fully automated system to allow visitors to subscribe and unsubscribe to your newsletter, and for administrators to send out a newsletter to all the registered users.

This tutorial will demonstrate how to implement the PayPal IPN (Instant Payment Notification) into your e-commerce applications to accept credit cards in real time!

This tutorial will show you how to create a mail system for your site. It will allow you to get your email from a POP3 server, view your inbox, then view the message (with attachments), reply and delete that message as well.

A simple script where a user can click a link that will take the current templates url and pass it to a email form which they can than fill in with their friends emails addresses to send their friends your site address.

Add some personalization to your pages by letting the user pick their own color scheme. It's really quite simple and the benifits are awsome. This tutorial shows you how to set up your pages to use a dynamicly included scheme. It will also show you how to create all the pages neccessary to administer the color schemes.

This tutorial shows the basics of allowing your end-users to dynamically sort the order in which they view your records. You can have as many sort orders as you have fields viewed!

You will be shown how to display the images in the desired number of columns and desired number of records per page with minimal coding. When the thumbnail image is clicked on it will open another window with the large image and image description under it.

This will pull a predefined number of records from a database, allow the user to change the number of records to be shown, and write the "NEXT" or "BACK" (or both) buttons at the bottom of the page. Thus allowing the user to "surf" through the database. See it in action at http://freecfm.com/t/tentonhead/ and click on the "CTCS" link when you get there. The HTML for this page has changed a little since I first did this (so it validates as XHTML1.1) but the CFML remains as it is in this snippet.

This Guestbook is part one of a two part tutorial. This part deals with the guest book itself the second part will build a administration area for this guestbook. The guest book submits to two tables in a mySql database the first table being for the actual guest book display template and the second table to be used for an opt-in mailing list.

MX based view of secuirty ... contains components and infrastructure to support/manage users from both admin and user perspectives as well as an in-depth look at securing your apps at the application level, page level, and data level.

Simple and effective code to output an endlessly dynamic calendar using just basic ColdFusion functions

This quick tutorial, shows you how to creat a Link system, that will count the amount of hits that your links create.

This is a very quick tutorial on how to create a voting system for page relavances and other such things from a scale of 1 to 5!

This is part two of my guestbook tutorial, in part one we created the actual guestbook. In this part we will now look at creating an administration area for our guestbook. In this admin area we will be able to edit and delete guestbook entries as well as add or delete administrators.

A tutorial showing you how you can upload one Full sized picture, and have a thumbnail automatically created for you, along with descriptions of the image!

Have you ever wanted to have your own chat room? This tutorial will help you have one, but the best thing about this tutorial is that you will not need to use any type of database!

A silly but fun time-waster that you can easily include on your Web site. You might be surprised at how addicting it can become :)

You've finished the first Mad Libs tutorial, but you feel like there's something missing. Of course there is! You want to be able to save the final output to a database to let your visitors browse through other user's stories. Includes a bad-words filter for the more conservative among us :)

Manage text-based files on your server from any Web browser. Create a new file, edit a file, or delete a file. Can be a life saver if you're on the road, and find an error in some of your code that needs a quick fix.

This is an expansion of Pablo Varando's Email client, I heard a few folks say that they had problems viewing the attachments in the way that Pablo's tutorial outlined it, so I came up with a new way.

This tutorial will show you how to make a file content crawler with ColdFusion to find specified documents in a folder and its children folders. (Similar to find files or folder in Windows(c) Operating Systems 'find' feature).

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