Archive for July 10, 2007


 

Melbourne Executive Short-stay

 

I recently visited this Melbourne Autralia CBD apartment in the sky in the 90 story spectacular building. See what you think ? The tallest in Australia, and one of the highest apartments in the world I think. The people were real nice too. 

eureka night

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The luxury of a top class hotel with the convenience of a well appointed apartment. Tasteful furnishings are matched only by the breathtaking views from this luxuriously appointed accommodation – designed with the busy executive in mind. Guests can enjoy city living in a contemporary apartment with a great balcony that shows Melbourne’s city skyline at its best.
Comprising a spacious, light filled open plan lounge area that overlooks the city, there is everything on hand to make a self-catering holiday or a business trip to Melbourne complete. Features of the apartment include:

  • Fully equipped kitchen with European appliances and a great coffee machine.
  • Master bedroom with queen bed, TV/DVD and en-suite.
  • Second washroom.
  • Separate laundry room with washer/dryer.
  • Air conditioning/Heating.
  • Wide screen with satelite TV.
  • Super Fast ADSL2+ Wireless internet – always on – included.
  • Parking for 1 car, included.
  • 25 metre lap ‘infinity’ pool.
  • Sauna.
  • Fully equiped gymnasium.
  • 24 hour security intercom.
  • Serviced weekly.

Eureka Tower is Melbourne’s tallest building and the world’s tallest residential building – already establishing itself as an architectural icon. The spacious gymnasium has state of the art machines – treadmills with touch screen controls, treadmills, bikes steppers and weights. Finish off your workout with an energising swim or a relaxing sauna.

Feature List

  • Bedding
  • Digital television
  • Cooking facilities
  • Airconditioning
  • Dvd player
  • Linen supplied
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Swimming pool
  • Nonsmoking
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • Washing machine
  • Gymnasium
  • Sauna
  • Balcony
  • Air conditioning

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Night Photo Courtesy of Patrick Beckers 2006 (c)


 

Getting Navigation View back into Expression Web 

As an (obvious) amateur only  web designer but with a lot of pages I manage, I liked FrontPage for its simplicity (but not
for its crap coding). Expression Web I find is pretty good, but I missed the navigation view of FrontPage.
Here is a tweak to add it back in.   

Getting Navigation View back into Expression Web

Article ID: KB101770   It’s possible to get Navigation View back into Expression Web, at least temporarily! Here’s a great tip from the Microsoft newsgroup for those sites that you want to edit in Expression Web but that use FrontPage link bars or page banners. Open your local site in Expression Web.

1.    Go to Tools… Macro… Visual Basic Editor.
2.    This launches Visual Basic Editor. Go to View… Immediate Window (or type Ctrl-G) if the Immediate Window isn’t showing.
3.    Inside the Immediate Window, type this code: ActiveWebWindow.ViewMode = WebViewNavigation
4.    Type Enter to run the code.
5.    You can close the Visual Basic Editor to return to Expression Web.What you should see is that the Hyperlinks view has been temporarily replaced with Navigation View. (If you change to a different view, you’ll have to run through the process again.) Now you can rearrange link buttons, add pages to the navigation structure, rename pages, etc., to your heart’s content! Looks like I’ll have to go through and modify our Expression Web support articles to incorporate this new information!Of course — if you’re shooting for an XHTML-validated site, you can’t use FrontPage Link Bars because the FrontPage webbot-generated code doesn’t validate. Eventually you’ll want to move towards CSS-formatted text links, either in a Dynamic Web Template, master page, or include page. We have several support resources on this topic for you — see below… Hope this helps  Thanks to Corrie Haffly that got most of this.  Powered By Australia Internet.

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