Every day, I scroll through the Daily News looking for some interesting stuff. After a few weeks of doing so, I kind of get the feeling that there is a bias towards articles and blogs involving Microsoft products. I understand that a great deal of developers are developing for the Windows platform, but personally I would be more interested in articles regarding open source alternatives. Trust me, I'm not intending to reboot the ever pending holy war between Linux and Windows, but I was just curious if my observation was correct. Is CodeProject in some way sponsored by Microsoft or is this bias purely due to its dominating market share?
Pardon me if this has already asked before. I was on hibernation.
I can see that downvoting on the Lounge has already been disabled, which is good, IMHO. However, I was going through the forum posts of someone who wanted to quit(I'm not mentioning names, and I know I don't need to ) and noticed that it had a score of 1. How was that possible?
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I accidentally clicked 'Mobile' at the footer of the website. The display style changed. Now when I wanted to revert back I could not find an equivalent like 'Back to Standard Mode' at the same position where I saw 'Mobile'. However this was present somewhere near top of the page.
Can we have this these links at the same position interchangeably?
Here's some additional info which will hopefully help track down this bug.
I decided to attempt to Update my article and see if I could attach the files again. When I clicked the "update article" link then the article went into edit mode and it shows the two files for download even though they don't show up on my article.
If one's thread is being liked (aka) upvoted, then a notification can be included. A notification email may be little too much but at least it could be tucked in the 'notifications' baloon at the top right of the website.
This would be similar to Facebook posts -- comments and likes.
Just do a search for 'Todolist codeproject' in Google and you would land up with 'todolist 6.6.6' (Dan's tools) -- the desired search.
Do a search for 'Todolist' in Codeproject search and this primary tool is no where to be listed in the first two pages. Its support tools are listed but not the primary ones. I believe CP search hamster needs some beer too.
And more Gin.Just in case the hamster is Hungarian.
I didn't know Nagy was Hungarian :P
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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Rating helpfull answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
So do a search for "ToDolist codeproject" on our search and it comes up first
Within 'CodeProject', I would consider the search word 'codeproject' as redundant. Is there a way to have a kind of page ranking within articles or based on past search-hit/miss heuristics? I know it would be little search analytics involved though.