It looks like the author is based out of a mom-pop shop in Pune, India and trying to garner traffic and business by such cheap tactics.
Please give due respect to authors. We have no buisness to get involved in his/her private life. If we find such things can be improved, we can always have a word with the author to correct the statements. Even I agree whatever statments the author has made on PHP security about "inexperienced programmers working in the language" is not correct.
You have the very useful "Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads" but it doesn't work if the thread starts on another page.
Also, using the Ctrl+right goes to the next message, unless it is on the next page - in which case I use Shift+Ctrl+right to go to the next page and then selected the first message. The problem with this is that often the message sequence on a given page has changed due to extra messages having arrived in the meantime. If Ctrl+right just went to the next message, regardless of the page this would be a lot easier (for the user).
- I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.
Thanks! I always assume the top is the category and the bottom is the level. But the Master Debator was obviously not so. In that case, I would make two other suggestions: 1) Change the font for category to bold; 2) Move category above and level at the bottom, with points in between.
Here's an Idea which triggered me to come up with a Win Phone CodeProject App. As of now, I have a prototype of CodeProject App running on my mobile. There was one reason why I happened to create a mobile App for CodeProject, i.e The content which is getting rendered on desktop cannot be the same in mobile, What I mean is it's very difficult for one to scroll here and there and read articles which are displayed in small fonts in mobile. Although we can zoom-in or zoom-out,However a great trouble involved for one to read the content. There are several things one has to take into consideration while handling content for small devices. I was able to build one beta App and I'm planning to share with you all by means of Article + Sample Code.
We'll create a specific logo that you can use in your apps. The logos on that page are for linking to us, so we do need to be careful how they are used to ensure someone doesn't mistake your app for an official CodeProject product.
We are using Lucene.NET as our Search Index. I wrote a custom crawler which keeps the index current with a max delay of 10 minutes. I also had to write a custom Analyzer as a lot of technical and/or programming terms were being stripped out by the standard analyzers.
Lobster Thermidor aux crevettes with a Mornay sauce, served in a Provençale manner with shallots and aubergines, garnished with truffle pate, brandy and a fried egg on top and Spam - Monty Python Spam Sketch
"4. No politics (including enviro-politics[^]), no sex, no religion. This is a community for software development. There are plenty of other sites that are far more appropriate for these discussions. Or if you must, use the Back Room[^] - but enter at your own risk."
I believe this needs to be a bit more specific: a suggestion:
"4. No politics (including enviro-politics[^]). No explicitly sexual comments or language. No comments that insult, or defame, persons, or any specific person, based on their religion, sexual gender preference, sex, or age. This is a community for software development. There are plenty of other sites that are far more appropriate for other types of discussions. Or if you must, use CodeProject's Back Room Forum[^] - but enter at your own risk."
“Beginning, middle, and end of birth, growth, and perfection we behold is from contraries, by contraries, and to contraries; and whatever contrariety is, there is action, reaction, there is motion, diversity, multitude, order.”Giordano Bruno, cosmologist, philosopher, burned at the stake for heresy on February 17, 1600. When condemned, he said to his Inquisitors: “Perhaps you pronounce this verdict against me with greater fear than I receive it.”
I updated my article from WinRT section today and haven't found WinRT section in the list of available sections. Had to select Windows 8 design instead, as if section is not selected, you can't press 'Publish'. I asked to place my article into correct section in notes to editor, hope that she has more power to find it.
But how did you lose it, it was there?
someone marked this issues as fixed, but it's not. I.e. my article is in the correct section, thanks, but still there is no 'Windows Runtime' section in the article submission wizard. Just open wizard and try to select this section for submission. Did I miss something?
yes, drop-down is there as on screenshot. But in the article submission wizard you see "Social Network APIs" and then "General Programming", no "Windows Runtime" between them. And I searched all drop-down, WinRT is absent at all