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When logging in to some sites, the failure notice appears within the login table in bright red rather than jumping to another page altogether (which forces you to go back and enter the data again. This is likely the same mecanism that will allow the user to click on a link (say, 'view calendar') and have the requested content spring to life, seemingly without forcing the eniter page to reload. My question is: Generally speaking, how is this done (no specifics right now), and can CFMX be used to streamline or further automate the process? Thanks, Robert Nicholas...

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    When logging in to some sites, the failure notice appears within the login
    table in bright red rather than jumping to another page altogether (which
    forces you to go back and enter the data again.

    This is likely the same mecanism that will allow the user to click on a link
    (say, 'view calendar') and have the requested content spring to life, seemingly
    without forcing the eniter page to reload.

    My question is: Generally speaking, how is this done (no specifics right
    now), and can CFMX be used to streamline or further automate the process?

    Thanks,

    Robert Nicholas

    crux_online Guest

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    A word of Caution on Ajax. Being very powerful, it is also not good for search
    engine optimization. (since the pages that are 'spidered' have no content on
    their own, the site gets a low ranking.)

    If you are not concerned with page rank, it is an awesome tool. I have been
    considering using it to rebuild our backend admin tool, but would never use it
    for the eCommerce sites we create.

    coderWil Guest

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    Ranking, I think, will be a fairly low priority for this site as it is a
    goverment site (Civil Air Patrol) with only a local target audience.

    After what you've written about Ajax, it sounds like dealing with yet another
    development environment may get nasty, in particular since I'm already not much
    more than a novice CF developer. Ajax may in fact be the Cat's Pajama's, but
    I'm not quite ready for that yet. In the meantime I will implement most of my
    eye candy operations within the bounds of the venerable JavaScript. As the
    site develops--and with it my prowace--perhaps the opportunity will arise to
    experiment with other tools.

    Besides, I would hate to over-complicate things unnecessarily and not be able
    to extricate myself from the twisted, smoldering wreckage of a website gone
    terribly wrong.

    Thanks for the info.

    Robert Nicholas



    crux_online Guest

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