During the last couple of days, I've been trying to customize a MOSS 2007 blog site to match the Aviva look-and-feel. Since I'm more a Windows developer, these CSS styles are causing me a pain in the ass. Fortunately, the Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar really helps to figure out what particular CSS class is effecting which part of your site. And if you then add Heather Solomon's excellent CSS Reference Chart for Sharepoint 2007, a web developer's life gets better and better. The new Aviva Solutions weblog is not quite operational yet, but as soon as it is, I'll let you know...
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March 23, 2018
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It has been almost a year since version 4.19, the last functional release of Fluent Assertions was shipped. Not because of a lack of feature requests, but simply because this new version has cost me all the private time I had. My main goal of this release was to repair some of the design mistakes...
February 4, 2018
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