Monthly Archives: January 2006

Blogs: Community Server 2, Beta 3

I absolutely love the way Community Server is done, I love the look of it and the usability. I have been thinking of ways I could use it myself as I’d love to give it a test drive. With all … Continue reading

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SharePoint and MCMS: New Terminology

Mark Harrison gives some insight on the new buzzwords to remember when thining of MCMS. Given it’s recent addition to the o12 family they wanted to get more in line with SharePoint terminology. Check Mark Harrison’s blog for the new … Continue reading

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Disney buys Pixar

A marriage between Steve Jobs and Disney, a relationship sure to hasten Hollywood’s embrace of the digital world, could be announced as early as this morning. Not much else to say, Disney buys Pixar http://photoshopnews.com/2006/01/24/disney-buys-pixar/

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SharePoint Customization: Content Editor Web Part (CEWP)

While the Content Editor Web Part is anything but ideal for actual “content editing” it does serve as a great tool for adding snippets of javascript to a page to manipulate the DOM or add a client side mini-application. I … Continue reading

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SharePoint: SharePoint in the Marketplace

2005 was a big year for Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services as a platform for business solutions – and 2006 looks even brighter. REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 20, 2006 — Heading into a new year, it’s always good for companies to reflect … Continue reading

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SharePoint v3: Tracking in Windows SharePoint Services (WSS)

I just noticed this on Mark Krugers Blog. Tracking in Windows SharePoint Services A very common use of Windows SharePoint Services lists is to track important information. Lists are really useful as a tracking tool; they can easily be sorted, … Continue reading

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Information Worker Solutions: Congrats to Infotech Canada

We (Infotech Canada) recently had one of our Team Tools products Trace veritested. We we happy to find out it passed with flying colours and is now a member of the Windows Server 2003 catalog from Microsoft. We were also … Continue reading

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SharePoint 123 Training Materials

Matt Ranlett and Brendon Schwartz are two of the many great people I met at Tech-Ed 2005 and now have the pleasure of working with through INETA. Last year they ran a brilliant training series concept called SharePoint 123 for … Continue reading

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Home again!

Sorry the blog has been a little slow the last couple of weeks, I have been on the road with Amanda doing some training/presenting on SharePoint customization. It was fun, but a lot of work as well so it’s nice … Continue reading

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SharePoint Customization: SPS Area Content Web Parts

Seems there is a bug with the layout for the AREA Content Web Part in SharePoint Portal Server. If you turn on the borders the right border doesn’t display. I just fuddled with it for a few minutes and came … Continue reading

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