I've just updated one of my article to fix some formatting issues.
Moreover I'd like to have the embedded videos working; they are of two types:
- two from Youtube in the "MySQL Installation" and "PostgreSQL intallation" sections respectively (they are represented by raw "iframe" tags)
- three flash videos in the "Installation of SQLite Expert" section, represented by "kml_flashembed" tags
I suspect one of the other editors got there before I did because there was some highly skilled CodeProject formatting going on in there. So I will gesture with my hands to the right, and let the responsible party take a bow:
I just uploaded a new edition of an article (Secret Key Encryption Demo). Is not intended to be a new article (namely, a total or partial new explanation), but merely an addition of code.
I have never tried to edit an article here, so I don't know if what I did was alright.
First of all, sorry about taking your time, I got confused about the edition.
Right now, I'm working in an article about the same topic and I hope to finish it tomorrow or past tomorrow (I need some time to check my English with a friend of mine). To be fair with the original autor, I would like to edit all the article and combine both solutions, overwriting my initial post. What should I do? Should I mark the article as "Work in progress: don't publish" and then edit it?
Thanks very much for your inquiry. The newsletters look to an article's rating when deciding whether or not to include an article in the pool. Unfortunately your article did not have a high enough rating / enough votes.
Thank's for your answer! You are surely right with the "Most popular new articles" section, but
I refer to the "New articles added" section.
How can an article be rated, if "nobody" knows that there is a new article out there
Sorry, but I can not follow your explanation about the necessary ratings for an article in the "New articles added" section:
This morning I read the newsletter and opened a very nice article within this section (Silverlight MVVM ...) - The article isn't rated at all (0 votes) and has a lot less views, downloads and bookmarks than mine...
This is my debut on article writing on CP. I have sketched out a small one describing the usage and the points to keep in mind the usage of @font-face of CSS3, titled "Using custom fonts in your webpage by leveraging modern CSS3".
My question is, is this an article or a tip? And how should it be tagged?
you appear to have posted it only 3 hours ago as I view this, I'm in GMT+10. It is the weekend, for most of the world, CP doesnt have full time staff around the clock, looking to approve (or not) articles.
SO most people, will be out getting a life
Since you asked about your article, I went and had a look - there's some minor formatting flaws, but, what sh*ts me, the font you used is atrocious.. so maybe you'd prefer I didnt go back and post a comment after all, and wait patiently for others to view it
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