Highlights

A highlight is a PortfolioEngine.Net feature which enables you to write "behing the scene" info about the project. You might write about how you've solved a certain problem, about some coding experiments with interesting results etc.
It's a nice way to to share some of your experience related to the project, from which everyone can learn.

<highlights>
You can write multiple highlights wrapped in a <highlights> element.
This element can be defined in its own xml file.

<highlight>

This element defines a highlight. A highlight must have a title, a description and optionally, images, files or a code sample.
<highlight id="h1">
<title>
	<content>Blaming it on someonelse</content>
	<content language="fr">
		Quelque chose en francais.
	</content>
</title>
<details>
	<content>Description of the problem and solution</content>
</details>
</highlight>

*Attributes
id - A string used to identify the highlight. Also used in the url. Optional.

<title>

The title of the highlight, specified by <content> elements. See above example.

<details>

Description of the highlight, the interesting story, specified by <content> elements. See above example.

<images>

You can have a highlight related gallery. See <images />.

<files>

Specific downloads related to the highlight. See <files />.

<code>

This element is used to define the inline code sample for a highlight.

Usage
<code syntax="language">
<![CDATA[	
Console.WriteLine("Hello!");
 ]]>
</code>

Attributes
language - the name of the programming language as supported by ColorCode

Last edited Jan 21, 2011 at 6:26 PM by mike_sapiens, version 9

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