Imagine you are running a company in London. There are a lot of users and services there connected to Open AMQ broker. Sometime later you decide to expand and establish a branch in Paris.
You can define various advanced setups for your company. Recall that federation is done at the exchange level. Therefore, if your traffic is reasonably split across several exchanges, you can define message distribution network for each exchange separately.
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When a user selects an HTML element in a Dreamweaver document and clicks the Plus (+) button on the Behaviors
panel, the following events occur:
1 Dreamweaver calls the canAcceptBehavior() function in each Action file to see whether this action is appropriate
for the document or the selected element.
If the return value of this function is false, Dreamweaver dims the action in the Actions pop-up menu. (For
example, the Control Shockwave action is dimmed when the user’s document has no SWF files.) If the return value
is a list of events, Dreamweaver compares each event with the valid events for the currently selected HTML element
and target browser until it finds a match. Dreamweaver populates the Events pop-up menu with the matched event
from the canAcceptBehavior() function at the top of the list. If no match exists, the default event for the HTML
element (marked in the Event file with an asterisk [*]) becomes the top item. The remaining events in the menu are
assembled from the Event file.
2 The user selects an action from the Actions pop-up menu.
3 Dreamweaver calls the windowDimensions() function to determine the size of the Parameters dialog box. If the
windowDimensions() function is not defined, the size is determined automatically.
A dialog box always appears, with OK and Cancel buttons at the right edge, regardless of the contents of the body
4 Dreamweaver displays a dialog box that contains the BODY elements of the Action file. If the Action file’s body tag
contains an onLoad handler, Dreamweaver executes it.
5 The user fills in the parameters for the action. Dreamweaver executes event handlers that are associated with the
form fields as the user encounters them.
6 The user clicks OK.
7 Dreamweaver calls the behaviorFunction() and applyBehavior() functions in the selected Action file. These
functions return strings that are inserted into the user’s document.
8 If the user later double-clicks the action in the Actions column, Dreamweaver reopens the Parameters dialog box
and executes the onLoad handler. Dreamweaver then calls the inspectBehavior() function in the selected Action
file, which fills in the fields with the data that the user previously entered.
So far, you have seen only a fairly trivial use of an include to insert a block of text inside a paragraph. This might be useful in a situation where you want to change the content of
part of a page on a frequent basis without going to the bother of building a databasedriven
content management system. A much more practical use of includes is for content
that appears on many pages, for example a navigation menu or footer. Any changes made to the include file are immediately reflected throughout the site.
As I explained at the beginning of the chapter, the external file doesn’t need to have a
.php file name extension. Many developers use .inc as the default file name extension to
make it clear that the file is an include. Although this a common convention, Dreamweaver
doesn’t automatically recognize an .inc file as containing PHP code, so you don’t get code
The restriction on site-root-relative links applies only to the include command. Inside
include files, all links should be site-root-relative. Document-relative links inside an
include file will be broken if the file is included at a different level of the site hierarchy.
See “Creating and editing a template-based page” later in the chapter.
WORKING WITH PHP INCLUDES AND TEMPLATES
hints or syntax coloring. More importantly, browers don’t understand .inc files. So, if
anybody accesses an .inc file directly through a browser (as opposed to it being included
as part of a PHP page), everything is displayed as plain text.
This is a potential security risk if you put passwords or other sensitive information in external
files. One way around this problem is to store include files outside the server root
folder. Many hosting companies provide you with a private folder, which cannot be
reached by a browser. As long as the PHP script knows where to find the external file and
has permission to access it, include files can be outside the server root. However, this
creates problems for Dreamweaver site management.
A simpler, widely adopted solution is to use .inc.php as the file name extension. Browsers
and servers treat only the final .php as the file name extension and automatically pass
the file to the PHP engine if requested directly. The .inc is simply a reminder to you as the
developer that this is an include file.
As long as you store passwords and other sensitive information as PHP variables within PHP
code blocks, and use .php as the final file name extension, your data cannot be seen by
anyone accessing the page directly in a browser (of course, it will be revealed if your code
uses echo or print to display that information, but I assume that you have the sense not
to do that).
Displaying XHTML output
When PHP includes an external file, it automatically treats the contents of the external file
as plain text or XHTML. This means that you can cut a section out of an existing page built
in XHTML and convert it into an include file. In order to preserve your sanity, it’s important
to put only complete, logical elements in external files. Putting the opening part of a <div>
in one external file and the closing part in another file is a disaster waiting to happen. It
becomes impossible to keep track of opening and closing tags, and Dreamweaver is likely
to start trying to replace what it regards as missing tags.
Usually, I find the best approach is to build the complete page first, and then convert common
elements into include files.
November through May is peak season. Travelers planning a vacation to St. Thomas, St. Croix or St. John during this time need to book flights to the U.S. Virgin Island and hotels at least six months in advance. A couple of the events taking place during this time are the carnival on St. Thomas and the Crucian Christmas festival - look out for the mocko jumbies, the colorfully-dressed dancers on stilts - on St. Croix (mid-December/early-January).
The summer months through the end of the October is the off season and when travelers are likely to find cheap flights to the U.S. Virgin Islands. One very special event taking place during off-season is the celebration on July 4, which is well celebrated on the islands.
There are airports on St. Thomas (Cyril E King Airport, the most popular gateway to the islands) and St. Croix (Henry E Rohlsen International Airport), but not on St. John.
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