Two homes have been transformed by local artists into a large funnel like vortex that starts in one home and ends in the other. The artists removed the exterior wood from the house and used it to create a vortex. Continue reading
While at TechEd I sat in on a demo for Metalogix Migration Manager and was impressed with this tool. Metalogix has two tools, one for MCMS and one for SharePoint. I saw the demo for SharePoint. Through one easy file explorer like interface it allows you browse and select content to migrate to SharePoint. Continue reading
I recently replied to a post on the Mindsharp SharePoint Discussion Group about building a SharePoint questionnaire. I was surprised at the number of requests I got for more information about the questions we ask our prospective SharePoint site owners when in the initial requirements gathering phase. So I have posted what we ask people in this article. One thing to note is that in our SharePoint environment we do not foster a free-for-all for site creation. Continue reading
Todd Bleeker is my new hero! While at TechEd, he graciously spent quite some time with me fixing a permissions issue I was having with my SharePoint portal. This probably isn’t a common problem, but definitely worth putting info out there in case someone else is having the same issue. Todd made my day and I am very grateful!!! Continue reading
Bill English has a very informative post about the next version of SharePoint complete with article references. This is a great post.
A great practice for CSS is to group CSS classes/IDs together and list out common attributes only once. This streamlines your CSS code and makes for easier maintenance. For example if you have 5 classes/IDs that share the same font attributes, list the 5 classes/IDs together separated by commas with the attributes listed once instead of listing everything out 5 separate times. If the class/ID has additional style attributes it needs, just list the class/ID name out again with the unique attributes. For example: Continue reading