Change Image Size in VSTS Wiki

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I came across this on a mail list a short while ago and thought I would share it out…If you’ve been making use of the Wiki feature within VSTS then you already know how useful it is for providing documentation, notes, etc. in a centralized location for your VSTS projects. If you haven’t tried the Wiki feature out yet, you really should!The Wiki utilizes markdown syntax to provide you with some basic text formatting features such as bold, italics, underline, bullets, numbered lists, etc. It also provides some basic syntax for visualizing images. For example, the following is markdown syntax for displaying an image:![api.png](.attachments/api-6c96846f-6a2f-4ad3-9a5e-5d96071cfbbb.png)[Side note: the GUID-looking image filename is due to me dragging and dropping an image file out of Windows Explorer directly into the Wiki.]When the image is…
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Using OneNote for Publishing to WordPress

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Recently, Microsoft announced three new OneNote partners - CloudHQ, Equil and WordPress. I find this exciting for the following reasons: I maintain my blog in WordPress I currently use Live Writer to create and publish my posts Live Writer hasn't seen any love from Microsoft in a long time so I'm happy to see that I can now use OneNote to compose my posts if I want to start weaning myself from Live Writer :-) If you are a WordPress user and are interested in making use of this new WordPress plugin, you can find the full installation instructions here.   The short version is: Install the OneNote Publisher WordPress plugin Navigate to the OneNote settings (under Settings-->OneNote) to provide the MSA Client ID and Secret. Click on the "Click…
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