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Manage your FPSE Site permissions without using FrontPage 2003

Filed under: Expression Web,FrontPage Server Extensions — spiderwebwoman at 8:32 am on Saturday, April 11, 2009

I found this post on the Expression Web Team blog this morning. If you are using Expression Web, and publishing to a server with the FrontPage Server Extension installed, you may not know there is a way to manage your FPSE Site permissions without using FrontPage 2003. There is, and the post explains how.

Designing Web Sites for Accessibility with Expression Web 2

Filed under: Accessibility,Expression Web,Microsoft,Web Standards — spiderwebwoman at 8:09 am on Friday, March 20, 2009

I’ve just had an article published in the latest issue of the Microsoft Expression Newsletter – Designing Web Sites for Accessibility with Expression Web 2. The article covers the reasons why you should make your web site accessible to people with disabilities, and how to use the tools in Expression Web 2 to make your […]

Two new tutorials posted for using Access Databases in Expression Web

Filed under: .Net,Expression Web,Microsoft — spiderwebwoman at 12:07 pm on Monday, March 9, 2009

How to display multiple records per row in an ASP.NET DataList How to make a URL clickable in an ASP.NET DataList Enjoy!

You’re invited to XamlFest CT – February 12th + 13th

Filed under: .Net,Expression Web,Microsoft — spiderwebwoman at 6:29 pm on Monday, January 19, 2009

Are you excited about the WPF but concerned about the learning curve?  Have you seen Silverlight but don’t know where to get started?  Or are you curious about how tools like Visual Studio and Expression Blend help designers and developers work together to deliver great user experiences? If so, join us at XamlFest! XamlFest is […]

Register for MIX09 by Feb 13 and Save $400

Filed under: .Net,Expression Web,Microsoft,ReMIX07 in Boston,Web Standards — spiderwebwoman at 4:54 pm on Friday, January 16, 2009

To take advantage of this offer, go to MIX 09 registration (https://register.visitmix.com/registrationselect.aspx) and select the "Register for the event using an RSVP Code" option. Enter the RSVP code MIX09offer to receive your discounted conference pass. At MIX09, you’ll get in-depth exposure to exciting new Microsoft technologies, exchange ideas with fellow developers and designers, meet the […]

W3C MobileOK Checks Mobile Friendliness of Websites

Filed under: Expression Web,FrontPage,Web Standards,Windows Mobile — spiderwebwoman at 12:56 pm on Saturday, December 20, 2008

 Earlier this month, the World Wide Web Consortium announced the availability of the W3C mobileOK checker, a free service that performs various tests on a Web page to help you determine its level of mobile-friendliness. According to W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee, mobileOK checker builds on the suite of quality assurance tools already offered by W3C […]

Grab a Free Expression Web Ebook!

Filed under: Expression Web,Microsoft,MVP Program — spiderwebwoman at 8:49 am on Saturday, December 20, 2008

UK MVP Tina Clarke has recently published the second version of her Microsoft Expression EBook. Geared towards Microsoft’s Expression Web, this Ebook is a free download and well worth reading if you want to enhance your Expression Web experience! Tina also provides Microsoft Expression tips, tutorials and Ebooks on her Expression Web blog. H/T to […]

Expression Web Help documentation now available on the Expression Community web site

Filed under: .Net,Expression Web,Microsoft — spiderwebwoman at 7:25 pm on Monday, November 3, 2008

The Help documentation for Expression Web has been available on the MSDN Library website ever since version 2 was released. Now the Help documentation is also available through the Expression community website at http://expression.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc295701.aspx .  Users can: add tags to topics add new content annotate the Help More at:  Expression Web team blog : Expression […]

Expression Studio 2 RTMs today!

Filed under: Expression Web,Microsoft,Web Standards — spiderwebwoman at 5:06 pm on Thursday, May 1, 2008

Last year the Microsoft Expression team shipped a new suite of tools for creative professionals. This first release of Expression Studio marked a significant milestone in the history of development tools at Microsoft, delivering superior designer-developer workflow and providing designers a set of interaction design, graphic design, Web design, digital asset management and video production […]

New resource for the Expression Web Community

Filed under: Expression Web,Microsoft,MVP Summit,Twitter,wiki — spiderwebwoman at 2:12 pm on Sunday, April 27, 2008

For the last couple months I’ve been working on a project that launched the week of the 2008 MVP Global Summit. It’s a new resource for Microsoft Expression Web users – the Expression Web Wiki. The wiki was ‘seeded’ with content from the Expression Web Help Files, but as most wikis go, it’s up for […]

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