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- IBM Redbooks: Developing Exceptional Multi-Channel Web Experiences
Learn by example how to develop exceptional multi-channel web experiences with IBM WebSphere Portal server, IBM Web Experience Factory, and IBM Worklight.
- Implementing a clean URL in IBM WebSphere Portal 8-based WCM rendering
This article showcases the new feature in version 8 of IBM WebSphere Portal / IBM Web Content Manager (WCM) with which you can implement a clean-navigation, stateless URL in Portal-based WCM delivery.
- Configuring IBM WebSphere Portal v8.0 on z/OS
This white paper explains the steps for several common configurations of WebSphere Portal v8.0 z/OS, including configuring WebSphere z/OS via zPMT and via the ISPF panels.
- Custom NoSkin skin with portlet action menu for an IBM WebSphere Portal 188.8.131.52 theme
By default the IBM WebSphere Portal 184.108.40.206 NoSkin skin has no title bar. This means it also does not have a portlet action menu, which can make it difficult to configure the portlet when the page is switched to edit mode. This article presents a custom NoSkin, called NoSkinPlus, that displays nothing in view mode but shows a title bar super-imposed on the portlet in edit mode.
- Performance tuning guide: IBM WebSphere Portal Express 8 on IBM i V7R1
This white paper discusses performance tuning recommendations that are specific to running IBM WebSphere Portal on the IBM i platform, focusing on the WebSphere Portal Express 8.0 and IBM i (i5/OS) V7R1 / V7R1M1 profile and platform versions.
- Building a PDF-generator portlet using IBM Web Experience Factory
Learn how to build an IBM Web Experience Factory portlet that creates PDF files on the fly, using XSL files (*.fo) and the Apache Formatting Objects Processor (FOP) library. In our builder, XSL-FO syntaxes are extended with custom XML elements that allow us to add dynamic behavior during the generation of the PDF.
- Managing the ReleaseBuilder deployment process for IBM WebSphere Portal
This white paper describes a bestpractice process and the steps therein that are required to manage a deployment process that depends on ReleaseBuilder.
- Creating a custom IBM WebSphere Portal portlet to search across IBM Web Content Manager, Connections, and Lotus Quickr
This article shows you how to create a custom search portlet in IBM WebSphere Portal that searches IBM Web Content Manager, IBM Connections, and IBM Lotus Quickr using REST APIs.
- Implement responsive web design using WebSphere Portal, Part 1: Get started with the default theme
Use responsive design techniques to optimize your WebSphere Portal user interface for multiple devices within a single theme. This article discusses how to transform your WebSphere Portal theme into a responsive web experience from the ground up.
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You don't need to sacrifice scalability, flexibility, and manageability to create a graphical, persuasive, and responsive web experience. The WebSphere Portal Technical community will continue publishing articles to assist you to develop a web experiences that is visually pleasing and flexible. Check back often for updates.