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Create a New Event Using AWTEventMulticaster
by Anghel Leonard
This code showa how to create a new event using AWTEventMulticaster.
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.
Closing an SSLEngine Connection
by Leonard Anghel
This tip shows you how to correctly close a SSLEngine connection.
Avoid Unwanted Browser Caching Using JavaScript
by Ramesh Nagaraj
Sometimes, you'll notice that when you open a URL (with dynamic content, and especially a pop-up window) a second time, the page displays the data which was displayed earlier and not the data newly expected.
Stop Users from Right-Clicking on Your Web Site
by Shawn Dorman
To prevent your users from performing any of the other commands available by right-clicking on a web page in Internet Explorer, simply modify the opening <body> tag of your HTML.
Developing a NIO Server
by Leonard Anghel
This tip shows you how to develop a NIO based 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.
Handle Null in JavaScript with the "||" Operator
by Srinath MS
Instead of using the ternary operator to handle a null value and set the default values, you can use the "||" operator.
Adding Custom Attributes to HTML Elements
by Deepak Choudhari
A custom attribute is any user-defined attribute, just like other primitive HTML element attributes. You can add custom attributes to any HTML element.
Keyboard Shortcuts for Google's New Chrome Browser
by Bryan Rasmussen
Here are some shortcuts that work in the Google Chrome browser.
Changing the Style of a String in JavaScript
by Deepak Choudhari
JavaScript's String object provides funtions that change the style of the text while it displays in the UI.
Calling a SOCKS Proxy Server from Java
by Leonard Anghel
Learn how to call a SOCKS proxy server from Java code using the Socket class.
Upload Large Files
by MS Sridhar
ASP.NET doesn't allow you to upload files bigger than 4MB to the server.
Authenticate to a Proxy Server
by Leonard Anghel
This tip shows how to provide a user's password to a proxy server.
Work with SSL/LDAP Using Java
by Elayaraja David
Most applications nowadays authenticate through LDAP (directory service).
Determine the Version of .NET on a Client PC Using JavaScript
by Srinath MS
Use JavaScript code provided in this tip to determine which .NET version is on a client PC.
Place a Colored Border on a Control
by Ed Churnside
Suppose you simply want to change the border color of a control to something other than black?
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).
Using the onMouseDragged Event in JavaFX
by Leonard Anghel
It's easy to implement a nice dragging effect in JavaFX, using the onMouseDragged event in conjunction with the bind operator.
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.
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