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  1. Customizing Textbox.io

    With the recent announcements that some of the major browers will no longer support Java moving forward, I decided to look into other Rich Text Editors to use with Portal and WCM.    I had recently heard about Textbox.io and that it was going to be...

    Written on: Aug 30, 2015    Author: Billy McGowan

  2. Keeping Connections Blog Views in Sync with your Social Portal

    Written on: Aug 26, 2015    Author: Philip Cheshire

    Filed under: portal, connections, ddc, wcm, atom, ajax, social

  3. Dynamically Making DIVs Equal Height

    Have you ever had adjacent DIVs in a single row that weren't the same height? You could simply apply a style to each DIV and specify that it be, say, 50px tall. However, what if you don't know how much content will be in each DIV? And what if that...

    Written on: Aug 21, 2015    Author: Bryant Poole

    Filed under: wcm, css, jquery

  4. Tips For Enhancing WCM Navigators

    Tips For Enhancing WCM Navigators   Navigators can be quite the powerful tool. They provide the ability to quickly and easily navigate over site areas and contents retaining their structure. This is very useful when you want to create a hierarchical data...

    Written on: Aug 19, 2015    Author: uid=jewers,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com uid=jewers,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com

  5. Having a custom theme with a plain template

    In the past if you wanted to render a page with the theme and no navigation you had to use the template with url geneartion using this tag themeTemplate="template_name" This specifies the theme template that is taken for rendering the requested page....

    Written on: Aug 14, 2015    Author: wpsadmin

    Filed under: theme, plain, custom

  6. How To Get The Full path To Categories In Your WCM Search Seedlist

    Isn't it cool when you find an undocumented feature?   Well, it is sort of documented in this code fix for v7 PM48603: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg1PM48603   However, I could not find it in any official Portal/WCM wiki. I...

    Written on: Aug 13, 2015    Author: Maria Rauba

  7. Enhancing the WCM Authoring Experience Part 1: The Content Palette

    The Content Palette One of the newer features of WebSphere Portal that enhances the content authoring experience is the content palette.  This feature allows for content authors to drag and drop items from the site toolbar directly onto the portal page....

    Written on: Aug 11, 2015    Author: Chris Knight

    Filed under: portal, enhance, developer, content, wcm, custom, code

  8. Search portlet

    Considerations for customizing the out of the box search portlet Customization is the name of the game when it comes to Portal. We customize our content, our themes, our portlets and our search crawlers. So why should the out of the box search portlet be an...

    Written on: Aug 7, 2015    Author: uid=dfranks,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com uid=dfranks,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com

    Filed under: search, customization, portlet

  9. Using custom resource environment providers Part 1

    Have you ever wanted to use the power of Resource Environment Providers in your own custom code, but struggled with how you would use it? Don't know the benefits?  Not sure what design you should approach it from? Hopefully we can answer all of these...

    Written on: Aug 6, 2015    Author: wpsadmin

    Filed under: development, resource, rep, provider, service, environment, portlet

  10. Effective New Hires: Part 1 - Guidelines for the New Guy

    Note: This post will be written with a software engineer in mind, but I hope that the advice can be leveraged for anyone looking to grow as an individual.   So you have just gotten your first job out of school as a developer.  Now what? ...

    Written on: Aug 3, 2015    Author: uid=nciafardoni,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com uid=nciafardoni,cn=users,dc=asponte,dc=com

    Filed under: career

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