Recently I've been asked by one of our customer whether it would be possible to add a new location to the Look In dialog. In their SharePoint solution they're using a custom Image Library for storing images which are being used across the whole Site Collection. Adding a shortcut to their custom library would definitely simplify their editors work and would improve the editing experience.
Recently I got the task of creating a custom content aggregation Web Part which would roll up content from two lists. As this can be done in many different ways, I've decided to do a little research on which of these methods would perform the best.
Tired of navigating through the SharePoint jungle just to get to Site Settings, Style Library or the Master Page and Page Layouts Gallery? Remember this moment, because it's the last time you've done it. Proudly introducing: the SharePoint developer bookmarklets.
For the last couple of months I've been working with accessibility Web Content Management (WCM) in MOSS 2007. During that time I have gathered some do's and don'ts for working with accessible WCM solutions.
Every time you request a web page that doesn't exist, the web server provides you with a 404 (the web server response code for an non existing URL) page - an information page telling you that you've got it wrong. While some of your visitors, might be able to get to the information they are looking for either by correcting the URL or finding an alternative way to access the resource, it is a good practice to provide an information page which will help the average visitors to continue the navigation like nothing really happened.