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Formatting code in Tips and Tricks  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Code in Tip/Trick Posts should wrapped with pre /pre tags to ensure formatting and colouring are correct....

PHP Code to Perform Base64 Encoding and Decoding  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Base 64 literally means a positional numbering system using a base of 64. It is the largest power of two base that can be represented using only printable ASCII characters. This has led to its use as a transfer encoding for email among other things. All well-known variants of base 64 use the characters A–Z, a–z, and 0–9 in that order for the first 62 digits but the symbols chosen for the last two digits vary considerably between different systems that use base 64....

A Fast-Track Guide to ASP.NET (Sample Chapter, Professional ASP.NET)     
Total Hits: 302  |  Today: 0Author: Wrox Publishing      Rating:  
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This chapter, Chapter 1 of Professional ASP.NET by Wrox Publishing, gives a whistle-stop tour of ASP.NET. It begins with a guide to how to install .NET, and how to configure and run the samples applications. Next it looks at Visual Studio.NET and gives a quick overview of how ASP.NET applications can be created using it. It then moves on to discuss the differences between ASP.NET and ASP 3.0, showing how ASP.NET has overcome many of the short comings of classic ASP, before briefly overviewing a ...

How To Code HTML Email Newsletters     
Total Hits: 457  |  Today: 0Author: Tim Slavin      Rating:  
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HTML email newsletters are a win-win for publishers and readers. Publishers can track rates for email opens, pass-throughs, and click-throughs to measure reader interest. Readers get information laid out like Web pages which is (in theory) much easier to scan and navigate than a top-down plain text email. For programmers, however, coding HTML email newsletters can be a mixed bag of joy, misery, and pain. The biggest misery is that some email software programs slice your precious code into their ...

The Future: HTML or XHTML     
Total Hits: 408  |  Today: 0Author: Lachlan Hunt      Rating:  
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The discussion of XHTML versus HTML has popped up again, and until now I've managed to resist the urge to throw in my 2¢. Well, no longer will I sit on the side line while the same arguments get rehashed again and again, which will not get us anywhere. In this article, which I originally published in my blog, I'll attempt to answer this question: does the future of the Internet lie with HTML or XHTML? Firstly, I'm just going to set a few ground rules. This is not going to be another version of X...

Rich Media Email Best Practices     
Total Hits: 428  |  Today: 0Author: Thomas Granger      Rating:  
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Flash email dateline 2 years ago: everybody wanted to do it; no one seemed able to pull it off correctly. Flash email dateline now: see above. It's been a few years since we took a long, hard look at Flash email, the promises of those pushing rich media technologies, and those pesky little things like "email Clients" or "Firewalls" that seem to get in the way. Flash email is still very much an enterprise-class solution at this point. There are a lot of marketers who say they can design Flash ema...

The CSS Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks and Hacks, Chapter 4 - Navigation     
Total Hits: 410  |  Today: 0Author: Rachel Andrew      Rating:  
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Unless you limit yourself to one-page Web sites, you will need to design navigation. In fact, navigation is among the most important parts of any Web design, and requires a great deal of thought if visitors are to get around your site easily. Making site navigation easy is one area in which CSS really comes into its own. Older methods of creating navigation tended to rely on lots of images, nested tables and JavaScript—all of which can seriously affect the usability and accessibility of a site. ...

Introduction to Browser-Specific CSS Hacks     
Total Hits: 431  |  Today: 0Author: Trenton Moss      Rating:  
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More and more Web developers are ditching tables and coming round to the idea of using CSS to control the layouts of sites. And, given the many benefits of using CSS, such as quicker download time, improved accessibility and easier site management, why not? Historically, the main problem with using CSS has been a lack of browser support. This is no longer the case, as version 5 browsers, which all provide good support for CSS, now account for over 99% of the browsers in use. The problem that rem...

My Top Ten CSS Tricks     
Total Hits: 434  |  Today: 0Author: Trenton Moss      Rating:  
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CSS can be complex, and as each new browser version is released, you may well find yourself struggling to keep up with the latest tips and hacks. But those tips and hacks will save your sanity! Here, I've put together the ten tips that I find most helpful, to save you the hassle of scrounging around the Web for solutions when time is tight....

The Anatomy of Web Fonts     
Total Hits: 437  |  Today: 0Author: Andy Hume      Rating:  
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If one aspect of design has suffered most in its transition to the Web, it is the art of typography. For years, Web typography involved little more than choosing a typeface and font size. Unstyled Times New Roman was the norm, and the integration of established typographical techniques and rules was unimagined. But times change. Since the adoption of CSS into mainstream Web design, we have entered a new age of Web typography. This facet of design has been opened up to the Web designer in a way t...

Building Websites with the ASP.Net Community Starter Kit     
Total Hits: 488  |  Today: 0Author: Cristian Darie and K. Scott Allen      Rating:  
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This book, Building Websites with the ASP.Net Community Starter Kit, authored by Cristian Darie and K. Scott Allen, will take you inside the Community Starter Kit, allowing you to harness its power for easily creating your own websites. The book is structured to help you understand, implement and extend the Community Starter Kit....

Build Your Own ASP.NET Web Site with VB.NET & C#     
Total Hits: 453  |  Today: 0Author: Zak Ruvalcaba      Rating:  
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Build Your Own ASP.NET Web Site with VB.NET & C#, by Zak Ruvalcaba, is a great book to learn how to build an ASP.NET Web site. It is targetted toward those brand new to .NET, and spends adequate time going over all steps, from downloading and installing the .NET Framework all the way through working with XML Web services....

Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 24 Hours Complete Starter Kit     
Total Hits: 420  |  Today: 0Author: SAM Series      Rating:  
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Are you interested in learning ASP.NET? Are you relatively new to Web development? If so, my latest book, Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 24 Hours, Complete Starter Kit is the book for you! This book is perfect for the person who needs to learn ASP.NET quickly and effectively in a relatively short amount of time. It doesn't matter if you've been developing Web applications for years, or are just getting started - this book explains ASP.NET in lucid detail for readers of all experience levels....

ASP.NET Development 101      
Total Hits: 1472  |  Today: 0Author: Douglas J. Reilly      Rating:  
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A Sample Chapter from ASP.NET Website Programming.Once you’ve decided that you need to create dynamic Web content (and you certainly will), your next decision is to choose the tools you’ll use to develop it. In Chapter 1, you learned about some of the traditional options, such as the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), the Internet Server Application Programmers Interface (ISAPI), and Active Server Pages (ASP). ASP.NET is the newest tool for developing dynamic Web applications, and in this chapter, you’ll find out what you need to know to start using it. ASP.NET development has much in common with..Read More..

Advanced Data Reporting     
Total Hits: 2047  |  Today: 0Author: Dino Esposito      Rating:  
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A Sample Chapter from ASP.NET Website Programming.The DataGrid control not only is the most versatile reporting tool you have in ASP.NET, but also is likely the only tool you will want to use when building professional reports....

Microsoft ASP.NET Step by Step (Creating Web Forms)     
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A sample chapter. Web Forms go beyond what classic ASP pages offered, adding new directives, new reusability options in the form of user controls and server controls, and a new server-side data-binding syntax, to name a few. This section will explore how a page is put together and how you can use these new features in your Web Forms....

Web Forms     
Total Hits: 1048  |  Today: 0Author: Jeff Prosise      Rating:  
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This sample chapter from ASP.NET Website Programming introduces the Web Forms programming model by describing how to build Web forms both with and without Visual Studio .NET. First you’ll nail down the basics by building Web forms by hand. Then you’ll switch to Visual Studio .NET and experience rapid application development (RAD), Internet-style. Along the way, you’ll be introduced to important Web Forms programming techniques such as code-behind and dynamic control initialization....

Developing a Simple Custom Control      
Total Hits: 1567  |  Today: 0Author: Nikhil Kothari, Vandana Datye      Rating:  
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This sample chapter from ASP.NET Website Programming describe the essential steps for authoring a custom control and show you how to enable design-time features that give your control a professional look and feel when it is used in a designer such as Visual Studio .NET. We will also show you how to compile a custom control using command-line tools that ship with the .NET Framework SDK. In addition, we’ll describe how to debug a server control using command-line tools and using Visual studio.NET....

A Preview of Active Server Pages+     
Total Hits: 985  |  Today: 0Author: Wrox Press      Rating:  
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A sample chapter from the Wrox book, 'A preview of Active Server Pages+'...

Getting Started With ASP.NET     
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A Sample Chapter from "Beginning ASP.NET using VB.NET". ASP.NET is the latest incarnation of Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) - a powerful server-based technology, designed to create dynamic and interactive HTML pages for your Web site, or corporate intranet. ASP.NET also constitutes a core element in Microsoft's .NET vision, providing web-based access to an immensely powerful new development environment, .NET; in this respect alone, it's a great leap ahead of all previous versions of.....

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