Does your team utilize a step-by-step installation guide to build and deploy various environments, or do the Development, Test, and Release Management folks simply "wing it"? I certainly hope it's not the latter.
I finally got around to configuring an ELMAH filter for the TechnologyToolbox.com website (so I wouldn't be bothered by frequent email messages due to failed hack attempts). During the process, I also discovered a couple of bugs in ELMAH (and learned a lot more about the internal workings of ELMAH).
Here's a great tip I picked up from Phil Haack a few weeks ago for avoiding those pesky warnings like "Only secure content is displayed."
Looking for a solution to convert from HTML to PDF? Here is a list of the products I discovered during my research as well as the results of the head-to-head competition.
If, like me, you use Expression Web to author HTML content, then I hope you take advantage of the "Snippets" feature.
Think you can just add a HYPERLINK column in Excel and easily open dozens of Web pages at a time? Think again.
It is 2012 and there are still software applications that insist on creating shortcuts on your Windows desktop. Pathetic.
Can visitors browse your website using "domain.com" as well as "www.domain.com"? Is this documented in your test spec? It should be -- as I found out...the hard way.
In yesterday's post, I described how I integrated Google Site Search into the Technology Toolbox website. This post provides a similar walkthrough for implementing Google Analytics.
In this post, I provide another step-by-step walkthrough of a feature, this time sharing the details of how I implemented the search functionality on TechnologyToolbox.com.