The companion web site to my book, Microsoft Office Live Small Business, is now at http://beginnersguide.books.officelive.com.
Ivana Taylor wrote a review of Microsoft Office Live Small Business: Beginner's Guide at smallbiztrends.com. Check it out.
I wrote an article about Office Live Small Business at itknowledgeexchange.com, as a guest author, which was published today.
Packt Publishing published my second book, Microsoft Office Live Small Business: Beginner's Guide, today.
Part of Packt’s Beginner’s Guide Series, the book offers step-by-step instructions for building a small-business web site from scratch with Office Live Small Business. It emphasizes web design fundamentals and best practices along the way. It's packed with tips, tricks, and hacks for building an effective, user-friendly, easily findable, and highly usable web site in next-to-no-time.
The book's companion web site is at www.officeliveguide.com.
UPDATE: The book's companion web site is now at http://beginnersguide.books.officelive.com.
A major item on my BlogEngine.Net wishlist has been the ability to customize the sidebar elements on a page-by-page basis. For example, I'd like to show the latest posts in the side bar, but not on the home page where the body of the page displays the posts anyway. Or I'd like to show the search box in the sidebar on all pages, but not on the search page which has it anyway in the body.
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