The first CMS Builder reference book is available now!

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Last Post: March 9, 2009   (RSS)

By gkornbluth - March 9, 2009

The new CMS Builder Cookbook is available now at:

The first book of it’s kind, The CMS Builder Cookbook contains a wealth of practical information, from how to get started working with CMS Builder©, to dozens of tips and tricks that will help you to get your killer CMS Builder designs completed and on-line in record time.

First time users of CMS Builder will appreciate the step by step recipes for creating your first pages. They’ll help you to understand how CMS Builder works, and define many new terms and concepts that you’ll need to know. Downloadable sample files are included, so you can check your work while following the examples in the Cookbook.

As your CMS Builder programming skills grow, the Cookbook will provide you with the detailed code necessary to accomplish many of the tasks that will help you to get the most out of your CMS design.

We interviewed experienced CMS Builder users and combed the forum to bring you real world answers to the most asked questions about CMS Builder implementation.

From day one, you'll be able to unlock the hidden power of this exciting design approach, without the lengthy learning curve that can accompany a comprehensive new programming paradigm.

You’ll find chapters on: The best way to begin using CMS Builder, working with section editors, listing page and detail page viewers, searching and sorting, working with uploads, lightbox, milkbox, fancy zoom and Slide Show Pro integration, PayPal integration, the end user perspective, troubleshooting, and much more.

The CMS Builder Cookbook download includes both PDF and MS Word (2003) documents, so implementing recipes are as easy as cut and paste.

The CMS Builder Cookbook is available for instant download at:

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Best to all,

Jerry Kornbluth
The first CMS Builder reference book is now available on-line!

Take advantage of a free 3 month trial subscription, only for CMSB users, at: