Category Archives: CMS
Chapter 3 Mobile Application for Hotel Reservation System Using Android Technology
Mobile Application for Hotel Reservation System Using Android Technology the proponents will going to build and troubleshoot for all the problems previously mentioned in problem specification. The system will be implementing with more additional features that will support in achieving future goals of the hotel.
The system database will store all the details and information about the reservations, guests, room services/types and staff details in a convenient manner. Database makes retrieval of data efficient and accurate. Reservations of the hotel can be done in a single click. After checking availability for rooms, single or group reservation can be made after entering details. System has a function to automatically calculate the bill according to the predefined charges set to items and rooms. Security is provided to our system by having database backup and restores system. The customer can create an account in order to make a reservation.
The proponent is going to upgrade the quality of the hotel and simplifies the matters or the problem of the current manual system.
Web-Based Patient Information System User’s Manual
- Accounts and Login
The Web-Based Patient Information System has default admin account with the username: admin and password: password. These account are used to manage the system, you modify its details or create another account as you like.
Provide the admin account to the login page and click the sign in button to login.
(state your school or institution) is using the traditional way of voting in their election process where students will have to line up and register their name before they can vote. The students will collect their ballot, write their chosen candidate, submit their ballot, and have their fingernails inked. The counting of process is another problem. After the given election period, the members of the electoral board will have to count the votes manually which is a very tedious task and is prone to errors. Thus, manual counting may result to inaccurate and unreliable results.
Drupal Tutorials Compilation
Here are the list of our Drupal Lessons and Tutorials
- Introduction to Drupal Content Management System
- Installing Drupal on WAMP server
- How to Manage Users in Drupal
- How to Manage Themes in Drupal
- How to Install Modules in Drupal
- How to Manage Menus in Drupal
- How to Manage Contents in Drupal
- How to create a Blog Post in Drupal
- How to Manage Blocks in Drupal
- How to make your Drupal site Offline
- How to modify site information in Drupal
Joomla Tutorials Compilation
Here are the list of our Joomla Lessons and Tutorials
- Introduction to Joomla Content Management System
- Installing Joomla on WAMP server
- Joomla Core Components
- Joomla Core Modules
- The Frontend and Backend of Joomla
- Joomla Control Panel
- Joomla Tutorial – Creating Section
- Joomla Tutorial – Creating Categories
- Joomla Tutorial – Creating Articles
- Joomla Tutorial – Joomla Users
WordPress Tutorials Compilation
Here are the list of our WordPress Lessons and Tutorials
WordPress: Managing Plugins
Plugins are tools to extend the functionality of WordPress.
1. Login to your WordPress site using the administrator account.
2. Click Plugins in the Plugins tab in your dashboard to go to the Plugins administration form.
Drupal: Site Information
In this lesson we are going to learn how to change our site details information such as site name, email and slogan.
Updating site information:
1. Login to your Drupal site using the administrator account.
Drupal: Site Maintenance
In this lesson we are going to learn how to turn the site in offline mode.
Whenever you perform maintenance or upgrading your site sometimes you need to turn your site offline. You can display message to your visitors that site is in maintenance mode.
Managing Widgets in WordPress
In this tutorial you will learn how to manage and customize your widgets in WordPress.
A widget is a small box of content, dynamic or not, that shows up somewhere on a widget-enabled site. Often, that location is in the sidebar of a blog. A widget area can be anywhere a theme developer wants it to be. Widgets provide a method of displaying your WordPress links, ads, text and other information in your sidebar. They provide a graphical interface with drag and drop capabilities.