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Here’s some example code to fetch a token and then an iCal feed from a 3rd party service. Unfortunately the times are in UTC and the plugin we are using doesn’t respect the VTIMEZONE attribute, so I have to use regex to individually adjust all event times. private readonly static string tokenUrl = "https://domain:8445/token"; private
We recently discovered that Gmail doesn’t play nicely with emails that are sent from our Azure instance (which is hosting our WordPress sites). More specifically, Gmail users don’t receive the emails sent to them. Because of this, we have developed an API that resides on a local, on-campus server, wsnet2 to send out WordPress emails.
Background CSU’s brand guidelines require that our websites have a responsive header. For large screens, the CSU signature should be written out on one line (Colorado State University); on medium screens, the CSU signature should be written on two lines (Colorado State–University); on small screens, the CSU signature should be shortened to our initials (CSU).
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I utilize Google Analytics for all of my public websites. If you want to get to that data without my intervention, you will need a Google account to do so. Here’s the steps that are taken to obtain analytics data: I would create a Google Analytics account profile for you and then wire up your