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This is a brief demonstration on how to use Fusebox 2.0 Methodology.


The following tutorial will briefly touch over Custom Tags and show you what they are, how you use them, and how they benfit you by using them.

This tutorial will demonstrate how to use query string values instead of form values.

In order to use session variables, first you have to instruct the Cold Fusion server that you wish to use them. Here's a tutorial on how to do just that!

This tutorial will demonstrate how to alternate row colors when outputing your data.

This tutorial will demonstrate how to clear your applications sessions variables with just three lines of code!

A handy timesaver - Automatically determine the URL and file path to the root of any application, this allows you to easily transfer sites from development to production servers without having to modify settings.

This tutorial will demonstrate how to speed up development and simply your life by using template delivery in FuseBox and CFC's.

This tutorial will demonstrate how you can get the size of a folder (and sub folders) using ColdFusion and Windows File System Object (FSO).

This tutorial will demonstrate how to delete records from a database via your website using ColdFusion.

Quick and easy way to sort and list your contacts by last names, in two really really simple steps. Almost everybody who uses a data-driven website has a database containing some information about the users. I had a database table called "contact" in which user's first name, last name, address, zip, email, phone, fax.... everything was listed. If you do have something like that and wish to draw and group your contacts by say last names, maybe you will find this tutorial useful.

Want to know how to parse XML with ColdFusion with ease and very basic concepts? Then this is the tutorial for you.

This tutorial is not ColdFusion oriented, but covers a great trick to allow you to submit a single form to a variety of different pages on the fly.

This tutorial will show you how to parse XML files (RSS Feeds) with ColdFusion MX and it uses an EasyCFM.COM Feed for example [Feed: 5 Most Viewed Tutorials]. It shows you how to call it via CFHTTP all the way to parse and display your records!

Have you ever wanted to create your very own RSS XML News Feeds? This tutorial will show you how to create an RSS feed that will allow you to syndicate your web site and allow the world to easily use your data!

This tutorial will demonstrate how to display the date a web page was last modified to your visitors dynamically.

This will show you how to query a query. It also demonstrates how to use the datediff function and how to find an average.

This tutorial will help beginners find the identity field value of a record they have just inserted, without using a separate query!

Why you need the files, why can't I use database, well for Simplicity, Efficiency, and Customization only choice is Traditional Files. You need them when you want to store the click values that the number of user visited your sites and read them.

Add this one page tell-a-friend file to your website and begin letting your visitors promote your site for you. Very easy to set up. Can be cfincluded anywhere on your site. Visitors just fill in their friends email address and click the send button. The rest is taken care of. Simple one click functionality for your visitors. Automatically sends an email, containing anything you wish, to your visitors friend.

A better way to search full text than Verity for developers using SQL Server 2000 as there back-end database.

Static HTML can help reduce the load on the server. This helps resources be used for other things that you may possibly need. Creating static HTML in ColdFusion is a simple task and can simply be done by following this tutorial.

By: Kevin
This tutorial will show you how to display yout query results in a horizontal format x number of columns without loosing (x)html compliance. It may look slightly more complicated than others you may have seen, but this example provides full html and xhtml compatibility by cloasing all end tags and properly nesting td and tr.

This tutorial shows the user how to create static html files using Coldfusion instead of using dynamic cfm templates. The tutorial illustrates this technique by creating a fictional mini site containing links to movie reviews and the actual movie reviews.

I like using HomeSite+ for windows, and I am getting used to Dreamweaver Mx. But I still need something just as good for Linux. For some reason, I couldnt get "wine and Dreamweaver Mx" to work. So I "Googled" a bit and stumbled upon Eclipse and cfEclipse. Here is how to set it up.

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