Place the keyword CodeProject within the <category> element that is the direct child of <channel>. This marks all items within the channel as consumable.
Place the CodeProject keyword within the <category> element that is the direct child of an <item>. This marks just the one item as consumable.
The article is quickly getting obsolete because the project kept on evolving, I'm keeping its content updated only in the "History" section, but basically I'm planning to rewrite it from scratch in order to reflect the project status. What would you recommend in this case? Do the rewrite in place, releasing an updated version of the same article, or writing a new one with a new title on the same topic (but with pretty different content)?
It says on my Technical Blog Feeds page that blogs are polled for new content every hour, yet it hasn't polled the one I posted three days ago (Friday 9 November), though it is tagged "CodeProject" as per instructions, and is on top of the feed[^].
The previous article, posted October 17th, also went unnoticed for many days. Neither then nor now did clicking on the the "Update now" graphic do anything.
Would be grateful to know if polling frequency has been turned way down, or if there is somethign I can do to speed things up.
I noticed A deeper look at the Intel IvyBridge Ultrabook is really just a few sentences and link to an off-site article. Looks like it got edited/approved by Smitha Vijayan. Does Code Project really allow "articles" that are just links to off-site articles? I know that blogs can be imported, but that's not the case here... it's really just a link to another article.
Sorry, I did not check your link. However for questions about specific articles you should use the forum at the end of the article itself. In that way the author will get an email direct and can answer your query.
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
I use wordpress.com for my blog here and I have submitted my rss feed here. My latest article was 1058 words long by the count on wordpress.com (so over the 1000 limit), I tagged it with CodeProject, I've followed this advise as well but my article is not being picked up. What can I do about this/or what is the reason for this.
Few days ago I became the platinum member of Authority Section in Code Project after earning more than 10000 points, Currently, Its showing me platinum member in right top corner, but when I am visiting my profile page its showing me 9,904 points. Should I know the reason behind this. I didnt understand the problem. Without any intimation, how is it possible that the points are reduced.
I have written my article on my app(Game-Hit Ball) on 19th october and i have resubmitted the update on 20th october but there is no update published yet ....i have a doubt that updation process is done at weekend only ..is that true? plz help
Apologies for the delay. There was a hurricane of articles incoming into the site and a longer delay in posting than usual, but I can see your article is now posted. Please let me know if you have further questions.
I wanted to get confirmed that after resubmission , do i have to wait for 24 hr or it takes lesser time as compared to debut submission.
And one more question is that , i have submitted the article on saturday i.e weekend so, will it take weekdays to work upon it or ,community is here in weekends also .
I saw your comment on my article, corrected the mistake in the article. Please have a look on the article, have my application almost completed . Do i have to submit it to the store and AppUp or we have to upload it here only .