Silverlight Cross Domain Policy Files

When calling a cross-domain service, Silverlight will check for the existence of clientaccesspolicy.xml first. This is the format defined by Silverlight and provides a pretty flexible way to define who can access what services. If not found, it will then default to look for crossdomain.xml, which is the file format implemented for Adobe Flash. It is important to note that this file will also still work for most public web services. Learn More

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How to Add Silverlight Assembly to Add Reference Visual Studio Dialog

This is necessary in order to be able to refer to an assembly of several projects and not to transfer the assembly each time with the project.

After installing Silverlight, in dialogue “Add reference” Visual Studio, we can see a set of standard assemblies that are part of Silverlight.

As it turned out, in order to enable the assembly to refer to any of the projects through dialogue “Add reference”, you need to add a special key in the registry: Learn More

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How to Edit the Dolphin 7 Admin Menu

Hello and welcome! In today’s article, I will show you how to manipulate the Dolphin 7 admin menu. The admin menu is the menu bar that appears on the left side of the screen when logged into the admin area.

To access the admin menu builder, simply log into your Dolphin admin and select “Menu Builder” at the very top of the screen.

Accessing the admin menu builder

Accessing the admin menu builder

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