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A Common Look and Feel

A Common Look and Feel
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This tutorial covers one of ASP.NET 2.0's most useful features as far as developing an identity for your site: Master Pages. A distinguishing characteristic of most well-designed modern Web sites is the consistent look and feel of each page within the site.
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Creating A Dictionary<T, V> That Doesn't Throw a KeyNotFoundException

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I find it interesting when there are certain tasks in one language which feel simple, fluid, and elegant to write, when in another language they feel sloppy and wrong. This happens every so often and I try to think of a clean way to solve such a problem. Often this doesn't lead anywhere, but I wanted to briefly share something that did.
 

How To Send Email In ASP.NET MVC

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This article takes a comprehensive look at the business of generating and sending email from an ASP.NET MVC application. It covers the most common use cases as well as some advanced scenarios. It also explores some of the more common errors that arise from attempting to generate and send email programmatically from an ASP.NET MVC site...
 

JQuery Input Control (TextBox) Performance Tips

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Common Operations using jQuery Input (TextBox) control with performance tips. This recipe contains four most common operations you will be performing on the Input Text Box controls while working on your website or projects. Let us get started:
 

Creating 3D Charts

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This tutorial will be covering how to create 3D charts in ASP.Net 4.0. 3D charts can look very professional if done correctly, and this guide will show you some of the different settings to tweak when using 3D charts to give them the look and feel that you want.
 

Create Web applications with your own tailor made UI

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Learn how to create a Visual WebGui application and completely customize the look and feel of it using the Visual WebGui Control and Theme Designers.
 

Refresh Web Pages After Download Completed

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Performing custom validation

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If none of the other validators can help you, the CustomValidator usually can. It doesn't come with a predefined way of working; you write the code for validating your self. This is of course very powerful, since the possibilities are basically endless. A common way of using the CustomValidator is when you need to make a database lookup to see if the value is valid.
 

Usage of the @ (at) sign

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The number of places where you might use or encounter the @ sign in ASP.NET has grown over the last few years and its exact purpose in all circumstances still seems to cause confusion. Here's an overview of the most common places that it crops up, and guidance on its correct usage.
 

Includelets

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A common way to build the navigation and layout for an ASP-driven website is to use include files. Most advanced ASP developers know that when you do this, it is best to encapsulate the functionality of the include file in a Sub or Function, and then to call this routine from the page that is including the file.
 

Examining ASP.NET's Membership, Roles, and Profile

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Expiring passwords are a common technique used for improving the security of a computer system. In a nutshell, the system specifies a number of days for which a given password is valid, be it 30 days, 90 days, 120 days, or longer.