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Mutli-lingual Page Layout Text for Site Variations Part 2 - Using Resource Files

by JamieMcAllister 27. March 2008 22:21
In part 1 we demonstrated how to alter page layout text for specific site variations using javascript. Now it's time to demonstrate a more robust approach - Resource Files [More]

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Report Publishing Page Checkout Status by using Recursion

by JamieMcAllister 10. March 2008 19:38
Using recursion on my publishing webs I demonstrate how to find the publishing status of my MOSS publishing pages. [More]

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Mutli-lingual Page Layout Text for Site Variations Part 1 - Using Javascript

by JamieMcAllister 22. February 2008 16:20
This article is no longer current and has been removed. [More]

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CMS | Sharepoint

Reflections on the use of Language Pack Resources

by JamieMcAllister 19. February 2008 21:38
MOSS Language Pack Resources can be used in custom development, but probably shouldn't be. [More]

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Building a multi-lingual 'Last Modified' Footer for MOSS

by JamieMcAllister 19. February 2008 15:49
Displaying the last modified date for a multi-lingual publishing page in MOSS proves a bit tricky. It's solved here by re-working an existing solution, and using the MOSS Language Pack Resources. [More]

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.NET | CMS | Sharepoint

Accessing Sharepoint Documents from Winforms via HTTPS

by JamieMcAllister 10. February 2008 15:49
Accessing Sharepoint Documents from an ordinary Winforms app via https [More]

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Minor SPD Bug to watch out for

by JamieMcAllister 8. February 2008 19:43
A minor Sharepoint Designer bug becomes evident if you delete a column from your content type then re-create one of the same name. Hand edits allow a work around. [More]

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