How Do I Bundle JavaScript Files in Web Forms?

The other day I was working on trying to create faster page loading in a .NET project and decided to tackle the idea of minifiying my JavaScript files. After trying tiressley to attach a minify routines to my web site between compiling and deploying I was not happy with the results. I would have to build something in each page to load the .min version if I was in debug but the full uncompressed version if I was testing. It seemed like a lot of work to do with many places that things could go wrong. I then remembered an article about bundling in asp.net but it seemed to relate to a feature in asp.net 4.5. What about 4.0? I was pleasantly surprised to see that you can get this to work with 4.0. Learn More

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mojoPortal Video Tips: How to Configure Rights and Roles

Hi! Well, after writing over 170 articles here at Arvixe, I’ve decided to try a new approach. While some people learn better by reading, others find watching a live video to be more instructive. As a result, we’ll be publishing a series of videos covering various mojoPortal topics. If there’s a topic you’d like to see covered, just shoot me a line at carole.bennett@arvixe.com, with the subject line: “Arvixe Tutorial Topic Suggestion”. Enjoy!

Today, we’ll cover how to configure rights and roles in mojoPortal.

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How to Add SEO Friendly Titles for Special Characters in Elgg 1.8

Special characters, such as ‘&’ ‘%’, have to be written in another way to be displayed in websites. Same goes for page titles, and it is important to properly format it so that search engines can index your website in their database. In this article I will give you a step by step guide on How to add SEO Friendly Titles for special characters in elgg 1.8

1. First, download the SEO Friendly Titles community plugin here Learn More

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