The default behavior of the CTRL + S key combination is that it shows the save HTML page dialog. Whereas, it would be much better, to only trigger the save document draft function.
The same function is available on WordPress post editor (the previous WP-Admin one), that has a good UX, as the user can have their post saved as a draft when they press CTRL + S, I think the same would be a good feature on CodeProject as well.
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You can do it for yourself: Up in the top right of this screen is your username: hover over it, and a menu will open. Select "My Settings" On the right hand side is a checkbox "Close my account". Tick it. Click "Save My Settings" Gone.
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Hi all - what is the current thinking on whether source code should always be attached/uploaded to CP for articles ?
I've seen articles in moderation which don't have source code, and have been 'released', similarly I've seen the other side of the coin where someone has pointed to Codeplex, but his sourcecode on Codeplex was at that time inaccessible - see ACoreLib.Tracer: Tracing done right
... as Steve Holle points out in the link above (albeit some time after my original comment to the author), do we expect author's to maintain two sets of code ?
My 'take' is, and moving with the times, we probably dont expect authors maintain 2 sets of code, but, we expect that the code is always available - as was the original intent of 'always having a source code attachment/upload' to an article in the first place
I'm happy to follow (gawd I'm going to hate myself) 'whatever makes sense', but having been a member for a while, I don't want to be 'going against the flow on current standards/recommendations'
.. apologies if this has come up before and I've missed it
We've always allowed members to host the latest version of their code offsite, but we've also always asked members to provide a snapshot of the code we can host locally in case offsite went dark.
Many years ago when we first started CodeProject we had a 100% offsite link breakage rate. It was insane. 100% of links to code offsite eventually broke. Hence the policy.
These days things are vastly different and places like CodePlex and GitHub are usually rock solid. Even so, things change, and it's always safer for everyone to provide a local, emergency copy, even if it's out of date.
How could I get Newsletters and The Insider News in Dark Background such as white text on a Black/dark background? Please help if any one knows. Is there any settings on the website to customize website background?
The link shows background-color property is supported by Gmail. How to change the background-color of the subscribed Newsletters from CodeProject? The website's background is also white, I searched an extension here "CodeProject Article Reader" that allows to read only. I need the emails background's color "non white".
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