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Simple Steps in VB.NET. Part 3 - Address Book 2     
Total Hits: 220  |  Today: 0Author: George Poth      Rating:  
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The address book we started in Part 2 is already fully functional, but some things should be improved. Run the program and press the tab-key several times while observing the textboxes and the buttons. You will see that each time you press that key another textbox or button gets the focus. When a textbox is focused, a user can type into it without clicking it. When a button is focused, a user could simply press Enter to execute the action for which the button was made. Our tab-key works, but not...

Total .NET SourceBook     
Total Hits: 168  |  Today: 0Author: Ged Mead      Rating:  
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Total .NET SourceBook from FMS Software is a code library which works both as a standalone library (accessible from the Start Menu) or as a Visual Studio Add-In (accessed from the VS Tools menu or as a dockable window in the IDE)....

Classic Guestbook made with Flash and ASP/PHP - Introduction     
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This article demonstrates how to create a classic guest book made with Flash and either ASP or PHP (the source code for both of these are included). The data is saved and retrieved through PHP/ASP and displayed in Flash movie in HTML format....

Simple Steps in VB.NET. Part 2 - Address Book     
Total Hits: 202  |  Today: 0Author: George Poth      Rating:  
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Part 1 introduced very basic, but essential functions. Our next project will also be very simple. However, it is a step up for the absolute beginner and takes more time to complete. You wouldn't expect me to stay at one and the same level for the next 154,374 years, would you?

It's important that you realize that no matter how advanced you are - or not, you must build on your knowledge. Building on knowledge means that you use what you know to expand. Don't worry. You don't need to be lik...

Censoring User Comments in a Guestbook/Forum Setting     
Total Hits: 190  |  Today: 0Author: Derrick      Rating:  
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While 99% of your Web sites visitors are kind, positive people, there will always exist that 1% that aim to be an annoyance and will attempt to irritate as many people as possible. These folks always seem to find their way to your Guestbook or Messageboard and post inflammatory messages. Often times, they'll use abusive language that your polite visitors will find rude. Why let a few bad apples spoil the whole barrel?...

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