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May

20

DML vs DDL

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Most of the time, when referring to DML (Data Manipulation Language) and DDL (Data Definition Language), we are simply talking subsets of SQL commands.

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May

12

Vertically Align Text or Elements Using CSS

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In the past, getting text or other elements to align vertically was often much harder than it should have been. Luckily, modern CSS makes this task much simpler; as simple as three lines actually.

First, we’ll create a container div with a border so we can see the parent element we want to align to:

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Oct

16

SharePoint 2010 & 2013 Group By Content Type

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SharePoint 2010 and 2013 no longer allow you to group a View by Content Type through the UI. However, you can still achieve this result with a little help from SharePoint Designer. Be aware that you still will not be able to sort by Content Type with this method. Also, if you make any changes to the View, your Group By settings will be reset and you will have to reapply the steps below.

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Oct

1

Windows 10 Technical Preview Available for Download

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Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Technical Preview. You can download the ISO directly from Microsoft (link); all you need to do is join the free Windows Insider Program. The preview expires on April 15th, 2015.

Here are a few features of the Technical Preview. You can find more details on Microsoft’s site (link):

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Sep

29

An ASP.NET setting has been detected that does not apply in Integrated managed pipeline mode

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You may sometimes receive the below error if adding a new library to an existing project. It is also a common error when running older applications originally built for IIS 6 on newer versions of IIS.

Error Summary
HTTP Error 500.22 – Internal Server Error
An ASP.NET setting has been detected that does not apply in Integrated managed pipeline mode.

Luckily there are a couple of easy solutions to fixing this error:
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Sep

16

Delete a Broken Web Part From a SharePoint Page

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If you have a Web Part causing errors on a page in SharePoint, then you probably need a way to delete or reset the Web Part so that you can access the page again. Luckily there is a quick and easy way to do that by adding a parameter to the URL. All you need to do is append ?Contents=1 to the end of the URL to the page.
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Sep

10

Poll: Do you own a smartwatch?

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Do you own a smartwatch?

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