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SharePoint Forums language translations by Bil Simser

Just in case you see a weird error in the new SharePoint Forum Web Part with regards to translations, several strings were added to the *.LNG files to finish off the translations. Please check the default language file that comes with the install on the...
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SharePoint Forums 1.2 Released to the wild by Bil Simser

Okay, here it is kids, the August (1.2) release of the SharePoint Forums Web Part . This release includes the following features/fixes: New Navigation menu to quickly jump to anywhere on the system Ability to place forums and categories in whatever display...
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SharePoint Menus in C# by Bil Simser

There are a lot of great articles out there that talk about how you can leverage the SharePoint style of drop-down menus (you know that cool looking javascript menu) and creating your own. All of them require you to write some HTML and/or JavaScript and...
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SharePoint Forums 1.2 Sneak-a-peek by Bil Simser

The work is almost done on version 1.2 of the SharePoint Forums Web Part. The release will go out later tonight after I chow down some food and build the package. A full list of changes will accompany the post when the release goes out but here’s...
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Custom date formatting with SharePoint Forums by Bil Simser

I’m just getting ready to release version 1.2 of the SharePoint Forums Web Part . One feature was the ability to control the date and time display for users. This has been added and documented on the CodePlex wiki here . The SharePoint Forums Web...
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Comment spam on the rampage by Bil Simser

Holy mother of Isis. What’s with the comment spam on weblogs these days? I’m getting close to 100 comments a day that are all spam. Luckily I have anonymous comments turned off and the spam filter on Community Server is recognizing these as...
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Internet Exploder 7 - An absolute train wreck by Bil Simser

There have been a lot of great train wrecks throughout movie history that stick in mind. The Fugitive, Back to the Future III, and Under Siege 2 to name a few. Tonight I went through the painful process of creating my own train wreck, namely Internet...
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A rolling blog gathers a lot of knowledge by Bil Simser

Most times I see myself as a giant katamari and the internet is all stuff I can just roll over, pick up, and make my brain grow bigger. This blog isn’t one of those things, but the article linked here is. Michael Feathers has a great article on...
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