Inspired by a partner and some questions from the community, I would like to describe the different aspects of administering projects with more than one language variant and the need to translate content. Hint: This article just describes the basics of how to deal with multi-language projects. If you already have a project up and … More Language Variants, Workflow & Translation
This article describes some general ideas and approaches in regards to project planning and avoiding unexpected situations. Most of the things I write about are probably not very new or supprisingly but I find it useful to write them down. So if you don’t want to see evil eyes looking into your direction … read … More Evil eye
Some weeks ago I planned to visit a partner in order to provide some information regarding different topics and the partner sent me a mail with a list of topics he wanted to speak about previously. One line of this mail was: “Question: How can we produce valid XHTML code. (Note: Tidy and Delivery Server … More Tidy does(n’t) work with the Delivery Server
If one or more statements applies to your situation, then it might make sense to read the rest of this article 😉 You are responsible for an Open Text Management Server (fka RedDot CMS). As you also have other things to do, you have limited time to deal with the Management Server. You attended the … More Limited time? Limited experience? More efficiency!
For those of you who might be interested to follow me on Twitter: Please be aware of the fact, that my Twitter account is not mschnitger but Sportdirektor. If someone would like to know the story behind this…just ask 😉
In this artice I describe ways how to improve the maintainance of CSS & JS files and how even the performance in SmartEdit can be enhanced with just simple modifications regarding the referencing of those files. 10 years ago web sites were mainly build using HTML and very little CSS & JS. The CSS and … More Handling CSS/JS