Join Candyce Mairs for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating and displaying variables, part of Getting Started with ColdFusion 10.
Let's get started creating a variable in ColdFusion and displaying that variable …within the browser window. Right now I have the new page open, that …I created previously. To close a page, you just click the red x. …Im going to create a new page within my project. …And if I have my cursor on images and go to right-click, say new cold fusion page, …you'll see it wants to put that page within that folder I had selected.…
So it's a good idea or good practice to get used to selecting the travel ADV folder. …Then if I right-click and say, New ColdFusion page, it puts it right into my …red folder, which is exactly where I want it. …I'm going to name this variables, And you can see ColdFusion builder adds the .cfm …extension for me. I'm going to create a new variable and …that variable is a space in computer memory to store information.…
And in order to create a new variable, what I'm going to do is put a left angle bracket. …Now, as soon as I do that, what you're actually looking at is HTML tags that are …
- Understanding static vs. dynamic requests
- Using the ColdFusion Administrator
- Creating, displaying, and scoping variables
- Working with include files
- Pulling data from a database
- Displaying and modifying database data
- Passing data between pages
- Working with form data
- Populating form fields with query data
Skill Level Beginner
1. ColdFusion Fundamentals
2. ColdFusion Basics
3. Pulling Data from a Database
4. Displaying Database Data
5. Passing Data Between Pages
6. Working with Form Data
Redirecting the user5m 5s
7. Inserting New Tours into the Database
8. Modifying Database Data
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