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Thomas J. Palmié - Principal Consultant, Microsoft Consulting Services

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  • Blog Post: Accessible MOSS WCM Sites

    Have you ever tried implementing a MOSS based public internet site which creates HTML code without <TABLES>? Are you looking for some guidance about how to implement an AA standard compliant accessible web site which can be read by screen readers or where you can modify the font size? Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: How to use MOSS output caching with custom parameters

    In MOSS there are three different types of caching available: Output caching BLOB Cache Object Cache You can find a very detailed description about these three options here: http://blogs.msdn.com/ecm/archive/2006/11/08/how-to-make-your-moss-2007-web-site-faster-with-caching.aspx . If...
  • Blog Post: Implementing a multi-lingual internet site based on MOSS2007

    One of the requirements for the implementation of www.swiss.com was supporting several countries with their languages and showing local content on the homepage for each individual country. The red box in the following screenshot marks this area for the local content where you can find the local content...
  • Blog Post: Developing a custom field control

    Let's start with a discussion about why you would need a custom filed control? Well let's have a look at this page. On this page you can find several offers (in the red box). These offers are simply a list with the destination, price and a url. The easiest solution for editing these offers would...
  • Blog Post: Implementing www.swiss.com using MOSS2007

    In December of 2006 swiss international airlines invited us to present the new Web Content Management functionality of MOSS2007. The idea was to use MOSS2007 for the re-launch of their public internet site www.swiss.com . Here's a high-level overview about the requirements: Multi-lingual: supporting...
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