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  • Blog Post: Building Websites with Content Management Server 2002 series

    I received several notes about this offline so I decided to post the entire series. I apologize to those that have been waiting but hopefully I gain some brownie points for including the code too :)
  • Blog Post: MCMS - Default styles that should be implemented for content authors

    Here are the OOB styles and the matching HTML tags that should be implemented on every CMS engagment. They are used by CMS to allow content contributors to format text when adding content. They are also used to format the display of the content when it is copied from another source such as Word. You...
  • Blog Post: Problem with RAD editor links when CMS is deployed to the root

    While on a client site today, my colleague Mario (name withheld to protect the innocent), and I found an interesting problem with the CMS Rad Editor. It looks as though the Rad editor depends on the MCMS application and does not behave well when you deploy you CMS application to the root web site. If...
  • Blog Post: Building navigation controls with .NET and Microsoft Content Management Server - Part 2

    To complete my navigation controls toolbox, I needed two other types of controls; global navigation and footer. When building the other types of navigation controls - side navigation and breadcrumbs - the content was accessible and could be iterated easily by using a foreach loop because of their location...
  • Blog Post: Default styles that should be implemented for authors

    Here are the OOB styles and the matching HTML tags that should be implemented on every CMS engagment. They are used by CMS to allow content contributors to format text when adding content. They are also used to format the display of the content when it is copied from another source such as Word. You...
  • Blog Post: MCMS 2002 Developer series - introduction

    I have been built several inter/intra/extranet sites using Microsoft Content Management Server 2002, 2001 and the previous product nCompass Resolution. When learning the tool, I realized quickly that there is little training content available that can be used in field. I have read many articles and readme...
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