While writing an article I put a script tag in the head, referencing the MathJax CDN, as they describe in their documentation. Is that the right way to do it? (Should the CodeProject article template be updated?)
I tried many times to use Article Wizard and other CP tools to write/modify my articles. It was very difficult and worked for very simple corrections only. So I tortured my editors submitting articles as MS Word documents.
Finally, I asked CP what its editor are using. The answer was: SharePoint 2007 (free). Indeed, it is much easy to write/modify your article with this application.
The section near the end: What is a tip?
A tip has the same spirit of a regular article: it is meant primarily to provide a coding solution. However, tips are not as exhaustive or extensive, or requite as much detail as an article would to explain a problem and its solution. Articles may be several pages long, but tips might be a couple of paragraphs. Simply: state the problem and its solution.
Only one key out - don'tcha hate spelling checkers?
The only instant messaging I do involves my middle finger.
English doesn't borrow from other languages.
English follows other languages down dark alleys, knocks them over and goes through their pockets for loose grammar.