Mike over at NotesTips.com put up a small post about a new
TrackBack feature that he has implemented in his Blog Template, however the
comments seem to have turned into a discussion about OpenNTF and Open Source Blog templates. What are your views ? Get over there now and let everybody know.
Jake over at CodeStore.net has been playing Desert Island Websites where you have to name the 5 websites you would choose to be able to view if you were ever marooned on a desert island. Well I had a good long think about it and I have come up with my favorite five…
The only question is where would you plug the compter in 🙂
I’ve been working hard on the new Blog template and with the help of an instant message chat with Bruce Elgort I have eventually decided on a name and logo for the template. I’m nearly finished cleaning up all the code and getting it into shape. If there are any CSS wizards out there who would like to create a few default styles for the template then give me a shout.
BlogSphere has been born and will be available for public download at the end of this month. I’m looking forward to all your thoughts, comments and enhancement requests once it’s available.
I’ve been busy this weekend working on the MSN problem and I think I have it finally working. But I’d like to thank whoever it was that did a google search for "BC5946FC3B28". It showed up in my referer logs and doing the same search showed me three sites including my own. One of the other two sites was a modification for PHP-Nuke that basically added the functionality that I was looking for.
Ok, I’m getting ready to release the first version of this template, not everything is completed yet and I still have a load of features I want to add but I think I’ll leave them till version 2. I’m targeting the release date for the end of March.
But before I can release the template I need a name… All suggestions welcome..
I’ve looked at the Online Status Indicator tool and I’ve noticed a few things. First of all you don’t need to ‘register’ to use it. Just point to the URL and it works anyway. Secondly if uses a small bit of VBScript to start up MSN messenger so it should be fairly easy to make clickable links from that.
codeType=application/x-oleobject id=IMessenger width=0 height=0></OBJECT>
I’ll be working on it….
The blog roll just gets bigger and bigger every day. Two more domino bloggers have been added. First off we have Uncle Phil who is sharing his Domino Administrator experiences with his site and secondly we have Chris Miller. Apparently Chris does notes and he’s doing it with ProjectDX‘s Blogger template.
Welcome to a total redesign of Dec’s Dom Blog.
Myself and a few other’s in the Domino Blogging Community have been working on this new Domino based Blogging / content management template with a view to releasing it for download once it’s ready. As you can see it’s starting to come along nicely and therefore I’ve decided to put it to the test by using it for my own blog. You may see some things changing as new features are added over time.
Some of the new features that will be coming soon include…
- Full CSS Makeover
- CSS Style Switchers
- RSS News Feeds
- Web Based Admin
- Web Based Publishing
- Customisable Side Blocks
- Side Block Plugin Modules
- And Loads More Ideas……
Stay tuned for more details on this exciting new project and look forward to a downloadable template soon. if you find any problems with viewing this site then just send me a quick email.
This has been driving me crazy for a while but I finally managed to get it working. And it was so simple I feel like kicking myself…
Basically I have been trying to get my domino http server to stop putting the html head and body codes around my forms when viewed over the web. Why do I want to do this? Well the form I’m outputting is a single field that contains css code and the html head and body tags break the validation of the css.
Turning off the auto generated domino stuff was so simple but it took ages to find at especially as some sites said it was not possible. So here it is for all to see…
To turn off the auto generated crap that domino insists on putting around forms you go to the forms properties and on the second tab ( in R6 anyways ) set the ‘On Web Access Content Type’ to HTML and then save the form.
New Domino based blogs seem to be popping up all over the place, recently I noticed Andrew Barker’s blog based on DomBlog from codestore.net and also John Vaughan with Jonvon.net based on FreeDomBlog.
I have to say that John’s site is the best looking FreeDomBlog template that I have seem. The changes that he has made are just fantastic. Wonder if he will send me a copy of his template 🙂