A Common Look and Feel
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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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.
Blend is a perfect tool to design your app. The Blend 2015 has similar look with Visual Studio 2015 and feel of more support for designers. Whatever you do with your project by staying at any of the platform, the changes will automatically synchronous across the project among these two tools. Like Visual Studio, you can also create project in Blend and start working upon it like Visual Studio and you will feel exactly the same home environment which you feel with Visual Studio. Perhaps the main focus of Microsoft Blend is towards designing, so you will have more designer lover environment over here.
Many times I feel that I have so many blogs that I must have covered all common possible error related to usage of SQL Server. But there are few easy ones which I missed. And thanks to those who take time in sending them to me that it makes a great reminder to what I have missed till date. This blog is from one of such logon failure errors that came from a DBA from one of my consulting engagements. Since the error was simple enough, I thought to respond over mail to solve the problem.
.NET framework, specially C# language, are widely used, all over the world, because it is very easy, powerfull and productive. But just a few developers bother to know how the .NET works. So let's start to dive into this world. Languages in the framework are interchangeable, this is possible, in part, thanks to a series of rules and pattern that every language must follow, and are specified in the CTS (Common Type System) and CLS (Common Language Specification), every language of the framework...
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...
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:
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.
This is second part of the article series with a demo WPF application using Prism and MVVM. In this part we will enhance the demo by adding common infrastructures and five modules. This is second part of the article series having total three parts. In first part we have created Shell and defined the regions to load modules within regions of Shell. In this part we will enhance the demo created in first part by adding common infrastructures and five modules as described in the architecture section of first part. We will also see how to load modules either on application start or later on demand.
Do you feel it annoying to enter First Name and Last Name in lead even when Existing Contact is selected already?? If yes, then this post will help you to auto populate these fields as soon as Existing Contact is selected. Lead entity contains fullname as primary field (key attribute), which is a combination for First and Last name.
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.