Wednesday, March 31, 2010
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The tutorial shows how each of the FCK Editor Toolbar functions work, ranging from basic text editing, such as copy and paste techniques, through to creating various types of links such as anchor links. All options in the toolbar are demonstrated including the advanced functions for each button. This tutorial also comes with a PDF document which outlines all of the keyboard shortcuts used within the FCK editor.
The videos cover:
- Video 1 - Introduction, FCK Editor Basics, Toolbar buttons
- Video 2 - Copy and Paste Functions, Removing Formatting
- Video 3 - Text Formatting, Lists, Indents Text Alignment, Links
- Video 4 - Working with Links
- Video 5 - Working with Links and Images
- Video 6 - Working with Images, Flash and Tables
- Video 7 - Working with Tables, Insert, Formatting Text
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
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Saturday, March 13, 2010
- Sysinternals's Process Explorer
- System Information for Windows
- Sysinternals' Autoruns
- Unlocker and OpenedFilesView
Friday, March 12, 2010
ELMAH (Error Logging Modules and Handlers) is an application-wide error logging facility that is completely pluggable. It can be dynamically added to a running ASP.NET web application, or even all ASP.NET web applications on a machine, without any need for re-compilation or re-deployment.
Once ELMAH has been dropped into a running web application and configured appropriately, you get the following facilities without changing a single line of your code:
- Logging of nearly all unhandled exceptions.
- A web page to remotely view the entire log of recoded exceptions.
- A web page to remotely view the full details of any one logged exception.
- In many cases, you can review the original yellow screen of death that ASP.NET generated for a given exception, even with customErrors mode turned off.
- An e-mail notification of each error at the time it occurs.
- An RSS feed of the last 15 errors from the log.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
- Very fast highlighting, trivial setup, fully customizable, thoroughly documented, and MIT licensed
- Renders identically on IE, Firefox, Mozilla, Opera, and Safari
- Many configuration options: Static, Dynamic, Automatic, Manual, Ad-Hoc, with Metaobjects.
- Provides fine control over which elements get highlighted by means of a jQuery selector or the mithical jQuery chainability.
- The replacement format gives full control on what HTML is used for highlighting
- Provides examples which show setups and features