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Tip of the Trade: Drupal

Tip of the Trade: Drupal - Deploying and using it may not be completely painless, but Drupal is a great content management system (CMS) framework that is lightweight, modular, and not too difficult to navigate. [GNUs]

Carla Schroder talks about Drupal at ServerWatch.com. Right on I say! Eye I didn't actually know that CafePress.com runs on Drupal too - that's quite impressive. As you well know, Nuxified.org does too. Smiling

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you should learn the

you should learn the difference between quiet and quite, and loose and lose ;-)

YOu're right. I fixed my

YOu're right. Smiling I fixed my post.

They're just so similar and yet with a whole different meaning. Smiling

Even though I was an English

Even though I was an English major in college, I always got homophones mixed up and I still do today. I have to go back and edit my code carefully. Perhaps this is also why I'm a little dyslexic too when typing or writing??

 

I still don't get how quite

I still don't get how quite and quiet are homophones... but there are a lot of tricky ones like your you're their they're its it's whether weather flour flower
and I could imaging Hummer and hammer is some parts of the world Eye

Quite and quiet aren't

Quite and quiet aren't homophones, but they often appear instead of each other as typos that aren't caught by a spellchecker and can "get into your fingers" the wrong way if you type fast without paying much intention.

I often type "democrazy" instead of "democracy", it happens every time. And the x is too near the c when you type "wait a sec" in chat... I wonder what Freud would have to say about that.

tbuitenh wrote: Quite and

tbuitenh wrote:

Quite and quiet aren't homophones, but they often appear instead of each other as typos that aren't caught by a spellchecker and can "get into your fingers" the wrong way if you type fast without paying much intention.

How come, they're practically pronounced the same way. Or maybe I don't pronounce it correctly.. Sticking out tongue

tbuitenh wrote:

I often type "democrazy" instead of "democracy", it happens every time. And the x is too near the c when you type "wait a sec" in chat... I wonder what Freud would have to say about that.

:lolol:

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