Knowledge base articles you may find useful no. 10

It has been more than a month since I published my last post on KB articles that you may find interesting, so it’s time for a new set of articles which may help you deliver the functionality you need.
New KB articles:

Document table references - Very useful article that helps you understand the Kentico DB tables connections and references.
How to update SMTP test server settings based on individual site’s settings - This article describes how to dynamically update SMTP test server settings for individual web sites
Web Analytics logging via JavaScript - describes, how to remove inaccuracy in analytics caused by bots, crawlers, etc.
Staging while using “cookieless” parameter set to “AutoDetect” - This article deals with staging issues when using the auto detect setting for cookies.
Editors are getting 403 access denied error when creating documents - This article explains what to do if you or your editors are getting an IIS 403 error when creating new documents.
Timeout expired error when executing SQL upgrade/hotfix script - This one explains what to do in case of this pretty common error message.
How to stop the Import Toolkit from turning Date fields into a text string - This article describes how to stop the Import Toolkit from turning Date fields into a text string, when importing data from an Excel sheet.

How to deal with “Error loading the web part XY” error message in Azure application?
I cannot view a SharePoint file
How to use jQuery with native Kentico web parts
How to add a new font into the CK Editor

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Juraj Ondrus

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Roel de Bruijn commented on

I don't like the idea of changing the CK Editor script itself, I prefer this way of adding a font to the CK Editor:

add the following line to ckeditor/config.js:
config.contentsCss = 'fonts.css';
//the next line add the new font to the combobox in CKEditor
config.font_names = 'fontnametodisplay/yourfontname;' + config.font_names;

Where fonts.css has the @font-face attribute, if needed.