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Getting Started With ColdFusion Templates and Parameters


Because ColdFusion is template driven, it's very easy to learn. In this article Jackie shows us how to construct our own ColdFusion templates. He also shows us how to work with both URL and form parameters.

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By: Jackie Kong
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January 02, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Getting Started With ColdFusion Templates and Parameters
  2. · Getting Started With ColdFusion Templates
  3. · Passing Parameters Through the URL
  4. · Passing Parameters Through Forms
  5. · Conclusion

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Getting Started With ColdFusion Templates and Parameters
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This tutorial will show you how to create your first ColdFusion template. Once you’ve learnt the basic steps everything else will come easy.

Requirements
Make sure that the following apps are installed and running on your computer:
  • A web server (for example, PWS, IIS, Apache)
  • ColdFusion Application Server

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