If you have tried using the AddThis button on your web site, you may not have seen an “email” option displayed, even if you had it in your list of sharing methods. It is important to note that the username is required by the button for email to be enabled. On a separate note, there are better options specifically for email sharing that easily allow for your own branding and high delivery rates, but AddThis does a nice job combining all into an easy to use and implement solution, with a small footprint.
You lie in wait, looking for your prey, it approaches, and looks around. You spring the trap and
find the spoils of war…the dreaded %20
Ok, maybe not all that exciting, but it brings up an important problem in data conversion and in
application development projects. Namely the importance of input data trapping and input
Ashok Aggarwal, a Partner at M&S Consulting has recently written a complete review of Oracle WebCenter Suite. This has been published in a few major trade journals and websites. You can read the article at: Oracle WebCenter Review – Framework, Web 2.0 Services, and SOA Following are two excerpts from the article. The review goes into a fair amount of detail with Oracle WebCenter 10gR3: When customers approach us to help them solve their business requirements, they often have a set of existing applications, both custom and purchased, that requires their end users to spend time moving from one system … Read More
I have seen a large number of Oracle Portal implementations, and even a fair number using Portal version 10.1.4. It amazes me how many do not take advantage of HTML Templates. These are one of the most powerful additions to the Oracle Portal product, and it is a shame if they are not used or not used the “right” way. Implementors can give their users a customized look-and-feel that is truly flexible and powerful. We have done some incredible things with HTML Templates, and will be showcasing some of the capabilities this year at Oracle Open World in San Francisco. … Read More
Affle, a mobile media innovator based in Singapore has been working in stealth, start-up mode for a number of months and is ready to begin outreach to customers and partners as well as others following the fast-growing mobile media industry. Affle required the ability to manage content quickly and easily while presenting a unique site that was friendly to mobile handset users as well as large mobile operators that they partner with.