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How to get a tidy website

Whenever a page or an entire website is published, there is the problem of producing valid XHTML code. In this article you will find out the reasons and the possibilities RedDot offers to bring valid code into the web.

Australian OpenText Web Solutions User Day Brisbane 2009 – Part 1

On Monday 25th May Morgan Ritchings attended the Brisbane RedDot or should that be OpenText Web Solutions User Group meeting. There was a good mix of partners, customers, freelancers.

Telerik RadEditor quirks

The v9 release of RedDot CMS OpenText Web Solutions Management Server has a killer feature: a new text editor based on Telerik RadEditor.Net. And for the most part it rocks. Our authors and editors love it. But there have been a few quirks. Here are the problems we have encountered, and the workarounds.

Character Encoding within Navigation Manager

This week I deployed my first project using V9 of Open Text Web Solutions’ Management Server (aka RedDot CMS) – and since it comes with the new XHTML compliant Text Editor (Telerik) – I decided it was time to do…

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