|Garden Girl TV: Urban Sustainable Living|
|I am Patti Moreno the Garden Girl. I write the Basics Column in Organic Gardening Magazine and I am a contributing editor to GROW, published by Fine Gardening and Fine Cooking Magazine.Here is my Bio:Patti Moreno, also known as the Garden Girl, was born and raised in Spanish Harlem. She started gardening 12 years ago to eat healthier and lose the weight she gained during her pregnancy. After much trial and error, Moreno transformed her Boston homes backyard into an urban garden that produces just about all the food her family eats. Her methodology can be used to grow food in backyards, roof-tops or even indoors. Moreno lives in Boston on her urban farmette with her family and two dogs, two cats, 12 rabbits, 14 squirrels, 20 chickens, 100,000 worms............|
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Millions of Smiles
The Joomla! team has millions of good reasons to be smiling about the Joomla! 1.5. In its current incarnation, it's had millions of downloads, taking it to an unprecedented level of popularity. The new code base is almost an entire re-factor of the old code base. The user experience is still extremely slick but for developers the API is a dream. A proper framework for real PHP architects seeking the best of the best.
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Only one edit window! How do I create "Read more..."?
This is now implemented by inserting a Read more... tag (the button is located below the editor area) a dotted line appears in the edited text showing the split location for the Read more.... A new Plugin takes care of the rest.
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