Interested in the future trends of digital design? Expression around the Clock is a global 24-hour event series taking place on October 4th, 2007. The tour will bring the worldwide interactive design community closer together.
This event will take place in 10 cities in the world, one in Canada: Toronto.
Lucky you! Hope next time it will be in Montreal...
This has been annoying me for a while so now I found the trick let me share this :
I have Vista en-US, my keyboard is en-CA and Expression Web in english. Each time I write some text in an html page I get a <span lang="en-ca">...</span> inserted.
Result: my pages are full of silly <span lang="en-ca">, and they are twice the size they should be!
Any "Auto insert language span" checkbox ??
No, that would be too easy!
Here is what I found from a FrontPage MVP:
"To keep the <span lang="en-XX"> from being inserted into your html code.
I have been working a lot with Web Deployment Projects and even wrote articles on it, so I wanted to have a look at what comes with VS2008.
It appears that unlike what I thought, Web Deployment Projects will not be part of VS2008.
According to the Web Development Tools Team's blog:
"We are planning to release and update of Web Deployment Projects for VS 2008 sometime shortly after VS2008 ships. At the moment we don't have anything available."
According to Scott Guthrie:
"They [Web Deployment Projects] will definitely work with VS 2008 at somepoint - although I suspect we need to release a new rev of them that registers on VS 2008."
If you think Web Deployment Projects are important enough to be part of the final version of Visual Studio 2008 instead of being just an add-on you can vote for feature: "Include Web Deployment Projects in release of Visual Studio 2008" on Connect:
Live Writer beta 3 has shipped and... guess what, the bug with "Insert Picture" is finally fixed !!!!! That was long!
I was in touch with members of the dev team at Microsoft since both 2 previous versions, but it wasn't fix yet. So here we go, you can now insert pictures with accents in the path (like C:\users\Hélène\live.jpg), thanks for non-american users...
Note that the installation delete my blogs configuration on my laptop :-( but it worked well on my desktop computer.