Running Sitecore 6 on a single database

This is a short and simple blog post describing the actions that I took to get Sitecore Xpress running on a single MS SQL database instead of 3 which is default when Sitecore 6 is installed. This was a requirement because my website is running at a webhost where you by default only can have one SQL database. I knew that this was possible since the datastructure of the three databases is the same ... [More]

Strange IE9 + Chrome css bug

Just doing some tweaking today I came across a very strange bug in IE9. I’m guessing for some reason that it must be by design, but it just seems odd for making a design reason which turns against the css standard. The bug is fairly simple to reproduce and I created it using the following code <html> <head>    <style type="text/css">    ... [More]

Sharepoint

Having recently changed jobs, I am now involved in a Sharepoint upgrade project from Sharepoint 2007 to 2010, so my intentions for this blog will be for the time to come to write about some of the experiences that I will learn throughout the upgrade period, so stay tuned…

Final resort for modifying your HTML output - Part 1

Using Response Filter For the first method of modifying the html output I can suggest using a Response Filter. This i a filter that you can attach to the response stream which means that all output is sent through your specific filter before it is outputted to the client. This means that we can make any modifications to the output that we should desire. As described in my intro the first soluti... [More]

Final resort for modifying your HTML output - Intro

In order to answer some queries from different sources I have decided to start a mini series describing various ways for modifying your HTML output for at .NET website. These techniques can be useful in at least the following situations 1. You want to modify some HTML generated by webcontrols that are not under your control 2. You want to fix some common error which is generated on your pages (i.e... [More]

Read metadata from images

Using the .NET 3.0 framework you can gain access to some of the metadata that is stored in images. What you need to do is add the following references to your project PresentationCore (part of the 3.0 framework)WindowsBase (Also part of the 3.0 framework) Then you can see from the following code how you can access some of the various properties found in the metadata   using System; usin... [More]