When you insert links in a web page you are editing, by default, Contribute encodes them. You might have noticed that, when a colon symbol is passed as a link parameter in a web page URL, it gets encoded as %3A when Contribute publishes the page. Sometimes you might want to insert the link as it is, so that the link is not broken because of encoding. Here is the option to do so.
Wondered how your web page looks in different browsers before your page goes live?
This has been always a pain point for content authors, because each browser displays the content differently. With Contribute CS5, we address this issue by providing ‘Compare Page Display’ option. So, when a user creates a web page or edits it, and, before he publishes the page, he can click the Compare Page Display button. Contribute displays the web page in three of the most popular browsers – IE, Firefox and Webkit (which is the core of Safari and Google Chrome). Now, the user can compare the web page display side-by-side in all the 3 browsers, and make changes, if necessary.
You can edit web page source in an external application to make quick modifications or to do testing, such as link checking or accessibility testing. Contribute opens the source in an external editing application. Editing web page source in an external application is very different than the editing experience in Contribute.
Many websites use Subversion for version control management and it’s an open source.
Contribute® also has geared up and extended its support for Subversion enabled websites with any of the 4 types of protocols SVN ; Http ; Https ; SVN + SSH.
To configure SSH refer the article – http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/406/kb406167.html
How to connect to a site which uses subversion?
And also, how Contribute integrates with Subversion and store the information?
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