CHAPTER 9Personalized User Areas

In Chapters 7 and 8 we created the necessary forms and tools for users to manage their blogs, allowing them to create, edit, and delete posts. In this chapter we will be extending the web application further by creating a public home page for each user, which will be used to display their blog posts.

In addition to creating a home page for each user, we will populate the main home page of the web application. The home page will consist of blog posts from all users who choose to have their posts included. They will be able to make this choice by using the options we will add to the "Your Account Details" page in this chapter.

One key technique we will be looking at in this chapter is defining a custom URL scheme, ...

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