CS Dev Guide: Favorites

Posted by: Keyvan Nayyeri, on 06 Oct 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

As long as you work with Community Server, can find new great features that you didn't know about before.  One of them that most users miss and make their life harder is the ability to mark a post, section or user as favorite.  This helps you to come back to any stuff you like in future. You'll agree with me about the necessity to know about development of this part when I give you a real story: Last week one of Community Server forum users asked us about the ability to mark a blog post...

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