Add New MimeType Support in Alfresco

Alfresco support many type of documents out of box. For the document type which is supported by alfresco it maintain the list of all supported mimetypes and whenever new document gets uploaded in the alfresco it will try to identify its document type with few of APIs of Apache tika and from the extension of file which is being uploaded. Once it identifies them it will set respective values on the User Interface and also invoke the respective meta-data extractor for particular mimetype from the repository. We had discussed about metadata extraction in my previous posts. Learn More

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WordPress – Broken Link Checker

How do you feel when you click on a link and end up with “404 page not found” error? Broken links are annoying, and they create bad user experience. On top of that, it’s bad for your website’s SEO. Especially if those broken links are internal links to your own site. This can happen, particularly when moving a site to new domain name. In this article, we will show you how to fix broken links in WordPress to improve your site’s SEO.

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SiteApps – Tag Installation

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The SiteApps Javascript tag must be installed correctly on your website in order for the application to work correctly. We’ve put together the following article to help you with the installation.

You can retrieve your site’s tag from the “tags” section of the SiteApps user interface. The javascript tag should look like this:

<script type="text/javascript">
//<![CDATA[[
$SA={s:xxxxxx,asynch:1};
(function(){
var sa = document.createElement("script"); sa.type = "text/javascript"; sa.async = true;
sa.src = ("https:" == document.location.protocol ? "https://" + $SA.s + ".sa" : "http://" + $SA.s + ".a") + ".siteapps.com/" + $SA.s + ".js";
var t = document.getElementsByTagName("script")[0]; t.parentNode.insertBefore(sa, t);
})();
//]]>
</script>

Because many of the apps available on SiteApps could offer a better user experience if the tag is loaded in the beginning of the page, we recommend to implement it in the section of your HTML code, right before closing the tag. Some apps may use information from the webpage (such as the Head Title or Meta Description), so make sure the SiteApps tag is placed after these.
But the tag can be implemented anywhere on the site, and some may prefer to install it at the end of the HTML code, right before the tag.

If you have any problems/questions with the TAG installation, please contact Arvixe support.
More information on tag implementation can be found here.

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