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Archive for September, 2007

MOSS intranet wins awards

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Provoke took home top honours in Microsoft’s partner awards last week for the MOSS based intranet developed for the Ministry of Transport. The intranet won both the Business Productivity Solution award as well as the overall Partner Solution of the Year award that was decided from winners of all 12 categories. Continue reading MOSS intranet wins awards »

Written by Ari Bakker

September 24th, 2007 at 11:20 am

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ASP.NET validation controls prevent publishing pages from saving

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If you have an ASP.NET control that contains validation controls in the masterpage or page layout for a publishing site (an ASP.NET login control for example). When you try to edit and check in a publishing page you receive the following error.

This page contains content or formatting that is not valid. You can find more information in the affected sections. Continue reading ASP.NET validation controls prevent publishing pages from saving »

Written by Ari Bakker

September 23rd, 2007 at 1:29 am

Relative URLs in SharePoint

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If you are referencing resources such as style sheets, images, JavaScript etc in a SharePoint environment you need to be careful to ensure that URLs are relative to the current site (or site collection) so that if sites are moved the references don’t break. For example if you are referencing a style sheet from a master page in a publishing site you will probably want the link to be relative to the site collection so that sites below the root still reference the style sheets at the top level. Continue reading Relative URLs in SharePoint »

Written by Ari Bakker

September 19th, 2007 at 11:37 am