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WOFF as a Standard

Clipped from Mashable :

The Web Open Font Format , or WOFF, is edging ever closer to becoming the de facto standardized format for using fonts on the web.

Backed by Mozilla, Opera and Microsoft, WOFF allows TrueType, OpenType or Open Font Format fonts to be embedded into web pages.

Right now, WOFF support is built into Firefox 3.6 and above, Google Chrome version 5 and above, Internet Explorer 9, and will be supported in upcoming versions of Safari.


Video Conference: AIR for Android and Tricks

Join us in the Duncan Hall conference room @ 12:00 noon today 10/6 for a live video conference from Adobe on AIR for Android and Tricks.
Speaker: Renaun Erickson, Platform Evangelist for Adobe Flex, Flash, & Mobile
http://renaun.com/blog/

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Amazon Releases Plugin For InDesign

Amazon announced the Beta Version of Kindle plugin for Adobe InDesign

http://tinyurl.com/2a4byy4


Captivate video conference Today 9/29 @ 12:00 noon

Sorry for the late notice but there will be a live video conference with Adobe on Captivate from 12:00-1:00 in the Duncan Hall Conference room. I hope to see you there.

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WPMU: Setting up Permalinks

WPMU, by default, has a really ugly linking system for example look like this: http://www.ag.auburn.edu/fish/?p=463.

Now within WPMU Administration you can customize these links, which are created on the fly, fairly easily.

The obvious choice or solution would be to change said strucutre to this: %/postname%. This is a bad idea.
Reasoning is this, WPMU first checks the URL to see if it is a page before looking to see if it is a post. Therefore in my opinion the most efficient structure would be: %post_id%/%postname%

Remember you have to be an admin to perform this action. I strongly suggest this being done right after installation as changing the linking structure on an already successful blog could have catastrophic effects.


Acrobat & PDF Scripting Learning Center & Library

Great resource site. Tutorials, articles, scripts, library, etc. Worth a look. Visit http://www.PDFScripting.com
PDFScripting.com


InDesignSecrets.com

Great site on InDesign that includes blog posts, podcasts, videocasts, forum, etc. Check it out @ http://www.InDesignSecrets.com 


O'Reilly eCookbooks, today only $9.99

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What are the Differences between WP and WPMU?

Recently I have received a few emails asking this question: "What are the Differences between WP and WPMU?"

So I have decided to provide you with Troy's version of the answer.

Previously, there were two different install, WP and WPMU, with the currently release WP 3.0 there is only one version; you just activate the version you want. My favorite part is that you do not have to immediately start with WPMU if you do not need/want to. You can adjust the settings at a later date, a wonderful feature.


Changing Themes Network Wide with WPMU

1. Click on Super Admin > Themes

2. Select the themes you want to make available to all sites by selecting Yes

3. Then click Update Themes

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