A part of building an Internet-facing website is notifying your visitors about new content. Using RSS/Atom feeds is a common way to deliver new content to your audience. Find out how we created RSS for our brand new website without a single line of custom code!
Building Internet-facing websites on the SharePoint platform requires you not only to understand how SharePoint works but also to know what the Web is about and how things work there. In this part of the How we did it series about our brand new website I will show you some things that we implemented to make our website a better Web citizen.
A while ago I’ve released Mavention Meta Fields: a solution that makes it easy to add meta tags to Publishing Pages in SharePoint 2010. Shortly after the release it turned out that the dependency on jQuery was causing some problems in integrating the solution with existing environments using different versions of jQuery.
Recently I wrote an article about how you can create a proper ‘Page not found (404)’ page in SharePoint 2010. Using a custom HTTP Module and just a few lines of code we created a better experience for both your visitors and search engines. Today I will show you how you can improve it even further by adding search suggestions.
Recently I wrote an article how you can configure the SharePoint 2010 Rich Text Editor (RTE) to better support consistent content authoring. Shortly after I published the article, I got a question how to force the RTE to allow the content editors to paste content only as plain text removing all formatting. From the consistency point of view this is a great deal especially if RTE is not your primary text editor and you’re pasting the content from another text editor. So how do you configure the SharePoint 2010 Rich Text Editor to allow pasting content only as plain text?