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[Attention users] Site Moved to Adicodes.com

Posted by adicodes on April 14, 2012

Hi,
Thanks for visiting my blog. I am glad to inform you that the site

AdiCodes.com

is lanched for better service.The current blog is completely moved to AdiCodes.com
Keep watching the good features of Sharepoint and happy coding🙂

Thanks,
Adi
AdiCodes.com

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SharePoint 2010 REST Interface

Posted by adicodes on April 1, 2012

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Update vs SystemUpdate

Posted by adicodes on March 31, 2012

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JavaScript Object Model in SharePoint 2010

Posted by adicodes on March 30, 2012

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Using Client Object Model in SharePoint 2010

Posted by adicodes on March 30, 2012

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Adding Fields To List with PowerShell 2.0 in SharePoint 2010 – Part2

Posted by adicodes on March 29, 2012

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Adding Fields To List with PowerShell 2.0 in SharePoint 2010

Posted by adicodes on March 28, 2012

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Create Custom List with PowerShell 2.0 in SharePoint 2010

Posted by adicodes on March 26, 2012

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Better ways of posting formatted text in the blogs

Posted by adicodes on March 24, 2012

http://hilite.me

I have asked one of my colleague how he is managing better formatting in his posts. He gave the above link

This gives formatted text with styles for various coding languages like c#, vb.net, html, xml…..

With this we can get rid of codes that are pasted as images which are not user friendly especially when we try to copy useful code.

Save ms word as html

As everyone is familiar setting styles in ms word; save ms word as html after your article is written in ms word. After saving, take the html code by viewsource . Any how when word is saved as html, too many styles will come. We may need to spend some time deleting some junk, but this is worth trying. Clean the junk and paste the html directly into your blog post html box; the whole article is ready. Remember, images won’t coming and we have to embed them separately after pasting the html.

http://www.htmldog.com/

If your site enables using custom css styles, you can have a look of various css styles in this site

http://tools.dynamicdrive.com/favicon/

We can try this site to generate some good icons where we can attach images to the bookmarks of our articles.

Hope you will have some good time while adding your posts in the blog😉

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Using Delegate Control in Sharepont 2007 / Sharepoint 2010

Posted by adicodes on March 23, 2012

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