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Getting Started with the Development Environment Using Microsoft Content Management Server

by Lim Mei Ying Spencer Harbar Stefan Goßner | April 2010 | .NET Content Management Open Source

In the previous article by Spencer Harbar, Lim Mei Ying, and Stefan Gobner, authors of Enhancing Microsoft Content Management Server with ASP.NET 2.0, we learnt how to install and configure MCMS 2002 Service Pack 2 (SP2), along with SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 on a single developer workstation. In addition, we also covered the changes to the SP2 development environment and a number of tips for working within it. In this article, which is the third article of the article series, we will spend some time getting familiar with the MCMS Service Pack 2 development environment for Visual Studio 2005, which is slightly different from what we are used to with previous versions of Visual Studio. In addition we will create custom Visual Studio 2005 templates to overcome some of the issues that are present with the templates that shipped with MCMS SP2.

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Control of File Types in Ubuntu

by Delan Azabani | April 2010 | Linux Servers Open Source

Ubuntu uses advanced systems for detecting file types and associating them with applications, but it's not that hard to dive in and take some control over the formats. In this article by Delan Azabani, you'll learn how Ubuntu identifies file types, how to use Assogiate to control these processes, using Ubuntu Tweak to associate types with applications and use Bless to inspect binary files.

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Creating a Tumblr Theme

by Jose Argudo Blanco | April 2010 | Open Source

In this article by Jose Argudo Blanco, we will discuss how to design our own customized themes.

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Users, Roles, and Pages in DotNetNuke 5

by Ian lackey Michael Washington | April 2010 | Web Development

In this article by Michael Washington and Ian Lackey, we will discuss:

  • Creating and modifying user accounts
  • How user accounts tie into the security of your site
  • What DotNetNuke pages are and how to create and administer them
  • How to structure your site using pages
  • The new Membership Provider Model
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Users, Roles, and Pages in DotNetNuke 5- An Extension

by Ian lackey Michael Washington | April 2010 | Web Development

In this article series by Michael Washington and Ian Lackey, we will discuss:

  • Creating and modifying user accounts
  • How user accounts tie into the security of your site
  • What DotNetNuke pages are and how to create and administer them
  • How to structure your site using pages
  • The new Membership Provider Model

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