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  • Blogpost to Verify Inline Styles

    I am posting this to verify inline styles added to the content :



    Your team's code base would be opened to all LEGO developers.

    Inline style added to the below p tag

    A team ilist would be created lego-TEAMNAME-dev-svn-notify to which at least one team member on your team would subscribe. It's up to you how to have your team review commits, but the requirement is that as part of the experiment you do review you commits.



    Inline style ended.

    Hudson will be changed to notify committers of failed builds even in components they don't own, so that when your team's component builds fail, all contributors would be notified.
    There would be education of all LEGO developers in the experiment, and all committers would be trained on the practices they need to follow to commit anything to the experimental tracks' code bases.
    Developers contributing to one of the experimental tracks would be expected to do up front communication of intended change to the affected track, and receive permissionRead More »from Blogpost to Verify Inline Styles
  • New Post to Verify the Fix

    Posting this blog to verify retaining of Image details while editing through PD2 tool

    Dimension of the image : 470 x 313
    Description : This alley is also near San Francisco's Financial District where the working class, and tourists often look down on the downtrodden.

    This alley is also near San Francisco's Financial District where the working class, and tourists often look down on the downtrodden.This alley is also near San Francisco's Financial District where the working class, and tourists often look down on the downtrodden.

  • Finding My Favorite Recipe on Shine

    Here's how to find my favorite recipe on Shine


  • Test Blog Post

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    Test blog post. Here goes one post with harmful attribute value.
  • Posting My Blog with Different Image Allignments

    I am adding two images to verify :

    This is my right alligned image :
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    Adding another image with left allinged :
    Big Girls Small Kitchen

  • Second Post to Show Image Issues While Editing Through PD

    I am posting my second blog to show the image missing issue when i tried to edit it using PD2 tool.

    Sample image

  • My New Post to Check Image Rendering Issue in IE

    This post is to reproduce image not rendering in IE browser

    Image with 470 x 319 dimension
    Caption of the image : Project X Picture

  • Blogpost with Image to Verify Image Missing Issue

    Adding this post to check image missing issue in FrontEnd

    Image's caption is "Inexpensive Summer Fun" with the dimensions 470 x 310




  • IMG

    ools. To create a link in your text, highlight the word or phrase you'd like to link, hit the link button from the menu, enter your URL, and then close the link tool. To add an image to the body of your content, move your cursor to the place where you would like your image to be inserted and click the image button. Be sure to upload onlynsert hyperlinks or image usingLake of the Ozarks Sunrise IMG the "Insert Item" IMG tools. To create a link in your text, highlight the word or phrase you'd like to link, hit the link button from the menu, enter your URL, and then close the link tool. To add an image to the body of your content, move your cursor to the place where you would like your image to be inserted and click the image button. Be sure to upload only

  • The Pursuit of Happiness Can Make You Less Happy, Say Researchers

    Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? According to numerous researchers, when it comes to happiness, more is not necessarily better.

    Although the positive side effects of happiness are many -- including protection from strokes and the common cold, resistance to pain, increased life expectancy and, of course, feeling good -- many researchers are suggesting that happiness, like chocolate, is best enjoyed in moderation. A healthy balance, would be to feel three positive emotions for every negative one. But, let's get serious, emotions don't really work like that.

    What's so wrong with being an all-around happy person, anyway? June Gruber, psychology professor from Yale University, agrees that too much happiness can have negative outcomes.

    "Research indicates that very high levels of positive feeling predict risk-taking behaviours, excess alcohol and drug consumption, binge eating and may lead us to neglect threats," she tells the Washington Post.

    Psychologist

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