Learn HTML with the help of Mozilla Webmaker

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Posted: 31 May 2012 11:22 AM PDT Before I was a blogger, I was not exactly into HTML. I know a smattering of HTML and found W3Schools as a good resource for someone who is new to learning web designing. Mozilla has launched Webmaker, which actually allows users to get regular tutorials and projects that will teach […]

Sharepoint 14 hive directory structure

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Posted by Isha Attlee Labels: SharePoint 2010 Microsoft has replaced the "12 hive" structure that we had in SharePoint 2007 with "14 Hive" structure in 2010. Some of the folders in 14 hive are : Program FilesCommon filesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14 – This directory is the installation directory for core SharePoint Server files. Program FilesCommon […]

SharePoint: RegistrationId List Template Type IDs

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RegistrationId List Template Type IDs Updated yet again again! (1/12/10)  This time with SharePoint 2010 additions. Updated yet again! (1/18/09) When I get a chance I'll add one more column to indicate if the list is user created, "built-in" or hidden. Below is a list of RegistrationIDs for use with API code and CustomAction Features […]

Get dll which is installed in GAC or take backup of installed dll from GAC

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Filed under: SharePoint | Tags: dll assembly GAC SharePoint backup | Let’s say, you have installed dll in the assembly and you want to retrieve the dll back from it. If you got me right and looking for the same, then you are at the right place. I will explain with the scenario, what I […]

SharePoint Tips: Iterating through All the webs in the site

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Sometimes we need to process all webs in a site collection, as you want to do some quick fixes in the web. Few weeks back my manager asked me to do some fixes in the list items exists in all the webs in the site collection. There were about 30,000 webs in the site collection […]

Unfriend someone directly from your newsfeed on Facebook [How-to]

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Posted: 20 May 2012 05:27 PM PDT If you have so many friends on Facebook, then you must be annoyed like me due to useless and irrelevant updates in your News Feed or Homepage. Obviously you can unsubscribe from anyone like we told you earlier, but the thing is that what’s the use of keeping someone in […]

Google Knowledge Graph: Sign of Getting Back to Basics!

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Posted: 17 May 2012 04:14 AM PDT Google is making changes to search results. No, these are not algorithm changes to improve the search results which usually only SEO experts and website owners care about. This is a more visual change that shows more intelligently linked results. As seen in the image below, people using […]

SharePoint 2010: Customize SharePoint Add/Edit/Display Form

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When you create a SharePoint list the default SharePoint add/edit/display form get its looks by its own. For example the fields appears in the add/edit/display form based on the sequence you added the fields. Also by default all fields of the list are shown in the forms. Sometimes you may need to give a hand […]

Configuring Enterprise Search in SharePoint 2010

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Posted by George Khalil on Jun 21, 2010 We all have to agree that search plays an integral part of any successful SharePoint deployment and is an area that Microsoft continues to invest in with each new release of SharePoint. Microsoft went as far as acquiring FAST 2 years ago which it now offers as […]

IE6 Still Survives and Usage has Grown Over the Past Two Months!

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Posted: 14 May 2012 04:12 AM PDT Almost fourteen months ago, I wrote about the IECountdown – which was like Microsoft’s official goodbye to IE6. It was a good initiative by Microsoft,which is still trying to get rid of the bad reputation it received becauseof a browser (IE6) stuck in time. Last year,Internet Explorer 6 […]