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Just add the get parameter ?share=1 at the end of the question's URL, and all the answers will show. It seems you have to set it only once per browser session. I was so annoyed by this, I have even built an Chrome extension for this.
It's probably the underscore before the @ sign. It's not technically invalid, but it's not especially common, and I can easily see that badly written format checkers would flag it as invalid (you're not allowed to have a full stop before the @, so they might generalise that to all punctuation characters).
I would add to k0pernikus's great answer that the ?share=1 is officially supported and promoted by Quora (it is not some ephemeral hack that would go against their policies): Marc Bodnick (Leads Quora business & community teams, executive at Quora): Open any Quora URL. If you come across a Quora link anywhere and you want to read it without being ...
May be this app help you. http://www.eventbrite.com/features
It is possible to know programmatically if you are logged into social web sites. Check the header (and then the HTML source) of this WSJ microsite to see what other user details besides your current login status on social web sites can be tracked (I found it creepy so I now use a Google Mobilizer Bookmarklet when I visit domains that are not on my ...
It would be good for the user to be able to choose his school from a list. Only if the school is not yet there, ask the user to create new school. Are you saving school info for each teacher separately, or do you want to have separate list of schools without duplicates? Second approach however will not stop a teacher from creating second entry for the ...
I would take a look at MailChimp They offer a free service providing you don't exceed 2,000 subscribers or send more than 12,000 emails a month (which is unlikely given the scenario you have provided) They provide many options for you to manage your subscribers list including: Groups MailChimp allows you to segment based on interest, engagement ...
The certificate error can be ignored – the certificate expired yesterday (June 9th) but is otherwise valid. The second, "Server Error" is misconfiguration at Microsoft's end, and there is nothing you can do here. You'll have to wait for Microsoft to fix it. There does seem to be another way to register an application: Go to https://live.azure.com/, ...
I did some digging around PleaseBringIt's website, and it seems that you can set it to "private" mode so that no one can see who else signed up - only that the slot has been filled. In any case, I also did some digging around and found a few alternatives that should allow you some complete privacy with your signup lists. SignUpGenius - Allows for ...
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