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Show a Footer for All ASP .NET Pages in a Site
by Rafay Ali
Using a global event handler, you can append whatever you like in the response to every site request.
Maintaining Cookieless Session Values in Dynamically Generated Hyperlinks
by Rafay Ali
When using cookieless sessions, generating hyperlinks dynamically from data in the SiteMap file can result in lost sessions.
Cache Dynamically Generated Images for Quick Page Response
by Srinath MS
Caching images locally can dramatically improve page response times.
A Fast and Easy Way to Take an ASP.NET Application Offline
by Rafay Ali
Use the little-known App_Offline.htm file to make an ASP.NET application appear offline for maintenance.
Pass Arguments to Subroutines from a Button Control
by Cindy Rodriguez
Pass Arguments to Subroutines from a Button Control
Getting Around the 4MB Limit in ASP.NET
by Srinath M
ASP.NET does not allow you to upload a file greater than 4MB to the server. There is an easy fix to this problem.
Handling Null Session and Request Variables
by Jarzebowski Mark
In ASP.NET, if you try to use a session or request variable before it has been set, you'll get an error.
Controlling Whether a Web Page Posts Back to the Server on Client-Side Events
by Prafulla Doye
When handling an ASP.NET server-side button's Click event, you may want to do some client-side checking and possibly prevent the posting of a page back to the server.
Simplify Classic ASP Debugging in VS 2005
by Srinath MS
Like its predessor, VS 2005 does not allow you to debug classic ASP pages by default. Instead, you have to do it manually.
Upload Large Files
by MS Sridhar
ASP.NET doesn't allow you to upload files bigger than 4MB to the server.
How To Debug Classic ASP Pages in VS 2005
by Srinath MS
VS 2005, like its predessor, does not allow debugging for classic ASP pages, by default. This forces you to attach the ASP worker process (w3wp.exe).
Specify More Than One CSS Class for an HTML Element
by Deepak Choudhari
Find out how to specify more than one CSS class reference to an HTML element in a web/HTML page.
ASP.NET 2.0's Project Health Monitoring Feature
by Srinath MS
ASP.NET 2.0 provides much needed project health monitoring through its Health Monitoring feature. Simply add few tags and their values in Web.Config and your project will be automatically monitored.
Changing the Title in a Web Form
by Srinath MS
In ASP.NET, a web form's title is determined by the HTML View's Title attribute. However, there is no property in the default (or any other namespace) that helps you to change the title programmatically.
Configuring the Default ASP.NET Version
by Jijesh Nair
Changing the deployment configuration from ASP.NET 1.1 to ASP.NET 2.0 prevents this browsing bug.
JSP and the Introspection Process
by Leonard Anghel
The introspection process allows the JSP engine to populate a JavaBean with the values provided by a client through a HTML form.
The #flastmod and #fsize Server-side Includes
by Srinath MS
The #flastmod and #fsize server-side includes provide important information on web pages hosted by classic ASP web sites.
Constrain an HTML Input Box to Uppercase
by Loekito Mulyadi
The easiest way to constrain an HTML input box to uppercase is to use the STYLE attribute inside the INPUT tag.
Assign Multiple Styles to an Element Without Burdening Your Browser
by Srinath MS
Here's a way to assign multiple styles to an element without burdening your browser.
Printing an HTML Page in Landscape Mode
by Devendra Kumar
JavaScript does not allow you to set the page orientation so you can print in Landscape mode. Adding the following style to a page, directs the browser to do so.
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