Content management systems have the ability to maintain multiple user and admin accounts. Sometimes, it becomes necessary to deny users access to their accounts. This post explains options available to you in WordPress and the pros and cons of each.
Whether you are a techie or a regular Internet user, it is very likely that you have come across the frustrating “500 Internal Server Error”. This article explains what it is exactly. It discusses what causes the error, and what may be done to fix it.
A screenshot is an image of something on your screen. This article will show you different ways to take a screenshot in Windows. While it focuses on taking screenshots in Windows 10, most of the methods discussed also work for older Windows versions.
This article explains in detail how to use NSIS to create an application setup package for a Windows solution that includes both a Windows service and a Windows forms application. I start from the basics and then proceed to cover very advanced Windows application creation concepts to help you get up to speed on using NSIS.
With the recent announcement of the general availability release of SharePoint Server 2019, two questions at the top of the minds of many SharePoint Server admins are, “How do we get to SharePoint 2019 from our current SharePoint Server version? And what will the upgrade process be like?” This article will dig deep into the available upgrade options starting from MOSS 2007 (WSS 3.0) all the way up to SharePoint Server 2019. In the process, I will provide insights on upgrade versus migration and information that will help you in selecting the best upgrade option for your company.
When working with InfoPath, there are many scenarios where you may need to modify InfoPath XSN files. These include: fixing errors, changing web service urls, tweaking file names or SQL connection strings, removing/editing some value(s), etc. Thankfully, since InfoPath XSN files are just containers (cabinet or .cab files) of many other files, we can use built-in windows tools to break them open, make our changes, and then repackage them. This article explains the full process with an example.