Hide LinkedIn Ads

LinkedIn, like many other social networks, has premium upsells, sponsored updates, job recommendations, etc. Many people would call these ads and would call these annoying. I originally started hacking the LinkedIn user interface by hiding People You May Know who are non-members. I then moved on to sponsored updates. Once again, I started putting together a […]

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Now SSL enabled

This website is now SSL enabled. HTTPS is a communications protocol used on the Internet that has a layer of security added. It is a combination of the standard HTTP protocol, and a security protocol called SSL/TLS. HTTPS is important because standard HTTP sends data over the Internet in plain text making it easy to intercept. The […]

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Allowable characters in Folders – WebCenter Content

I’ve written a lot about WebCenter Content Folders (FrameworkFolders). Below is an excerpt from My Oracle Support Doc ID 1937218.1 . Most characters are allowed in folder names and file names (for those content items existing within folders). However, by default, these are the illegal characters: You can change this by setting the following configuration variable: […]

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Update metadata without dID – WebCenter Content

A friend recently posed a question of how to update a content item in WebCenter Content when all he had was dDocName (unique content item identifier). He did not have dID (unique revision specific identifier). WebCenter Content metadata is set at the revision level; thus, you usually need the revision specific identifier dID to update metadata. However, in […]

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