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An updated version of my CV can be found at

I am a Java developer and TeamSite & LiveSite J2EE CMS specialist. I rely on around 15 years IT industry experience to deliver projects and functionality that make your applications and websites engage with your customers.

I have successfully held contract positions at several leading IT consultancy firm on large implementations for: a large Spanish Media group, a leading mobile phone manufacturer’s global website and a leading investment bank in the city of London.

I used to teach all Autonomy/Interwoven TeamSite and LiveSite courses for 2 years when working at Interwoven and I am maintaining a blog about their products now. I have been a project manager and web application developer in the IT industry for large scale Web Content Management Systems for several years. I am always looking for new and exciting opportunities.




in a component, you can link to a specific page by using $PAGE_LINK[name of page].
for example $PAGE_LINK[help/howto] will link to the current site help/

Using $URL_PREFIX works in a similar way so that area relative paths can be used,e.g. $URL_PREFIX/images/icons/favicon.png.

Users using CCPro aren’t necessarily very aware of where their files are in the content store, because they are given access to one and only one workarea and they remain there forever…

Every now and then, some users start crossing workarea boundaries and suddenly they look for files in the wrong area and get very confused.

If you need to let them know for a particular site which workarea they use, you can give them a link directly to the folder where their files are:

It’s so annoying. I had a for look in a javascript and it was blocking on the “<” sign of my for loop, causing an error. Here’s the fix:

<xsl:template match="/">
 <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript"><xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes"><![CDATA[
   for (var i=0; i < someArray.length; i++){