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Footprints in the snow of a warped mind

  1. Jun

    uCommerce is now free and why it's great news

    .style1 { text-align: center; } Those of you who were lucky enough to make it to CodeGarden 11 (or have been following the #CG11 hash tag) will no doubt already know that

    Posted by: Tim on Friday, June 17 2011
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  2. Set Umbraco Folder Permissions with Powershell

    If you're not configuring Umbraco through a web installer, you've had your installs in place for years and never checked the permissions or whoever set the permissions up was lazy and gave IIS write

    Posted by: Tim on Thursday, June 17 2010
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  3. Nov

    Download any Umbraco document type’s values as crosstab/Excel table

    In a follow up to my post yesterday -How to download Umbraco content properties into a crosstab table this is the follow up SQL Script that makes it even easier to download any Umbraco document type

    Posted by: Tim on Tuesday, November 09 2010
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  4. Oct

    Retrieve the customer's last address when logging into uCommerce

    Probably one of the most common features of an ecommerce systems is to "retrieve my details" when logging in -after all that's why you create an account with the seller isn't it? Out of the box,

    Posted by: Tim on Tuesday, October 26 2010
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  5. Jan

    Umbraco tip of the day -sort your document types

    I thought I'd share this as it's something I've been thinking about trying for a while. Umbraco is great but sometimes you want the default document selected when creating a page to be one that isn't

    Posted by: Tim on Wednesday, January 21 2009
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  6. Sep

    Clean out unused media items from Umbraco media folder

    When uploading some new media items for a client today we noticed that if you selected "Remove" before saving, it doesn't actually remove the file from the FileSystem. Having a quick look around the

    Posted by: Tim on Wednesday, September 03 2008
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