Did you ever have the problem that you needed to quickly update a MCMS template definition on a production server or on a staging server where Visual Studio .NET was not installed? Or are you creating ASP based sites using MCMS 2002 and don’t like the idea to have a need to install VS.NET just […]

As an author for an MCMS web site you might have experienced the problem that you first have to save a posting before you get the chance to update it’s properties. Means first fill in the content into the placeholders, then save it and finally modify the properties (e.g. start date, expiration date) and custom […]

I want to let you know that Mei Ying, Angus Logan, Andrew Connell, Joel Ward and myself are currently writing on a second MCMS book. It will focus on more advanced topics which didn’t make it into the first book. Here is a short overview of the topics that will be covered in the new […]

Today I started my MCMS tip of the day series. Every day – or at least every day I have time – I will show a tip for MCMS for various categories. Some of them will be new, some of them will just point to an existing article and will be a little bit like […]

Since today Andrew Connell is a new MVP for Microsoft Content Management Server. He really deserves it as he has provided help to many customers in the public newsgroup for MCMS. I assume he will shortly be listed on the official site for MCMS MVP to join Mei Ying, Spencer, Joel and Angus! Andrew: congratulation […]

Today I played around with community server to adjust how it places the different elements. Community Server on Technet has a couple of really nice skins but non of the addressed completly how I wanted to see my blog. The green Marvin3 skin was the one the fit my requirements most. But I wanted to […]