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Cross Browser Issues
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Preserve Browser Scroll Position After a Postback
by Nagaraj Divella
When a user posts values back to the server, you can maintain the same scroll position after the response using these methods.
How to Save URL Contents to an MHTML Archive Format
by Srinath MS
Using the CDO Message object, you can easily save content from a URL to an HTML archive (.mht) file.
Error Using JavaScript's this Keyword
by Raymond Kenneth
In some cases, using the this keyword can cause errors.
Cache Dynamically Generated Images for Quick Page Response
by Srinath MS
Caching images locally can dramatically improve page response times.
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.
How to Warn Users Before Their Browser Closes
by Deepak Choudhari
Suppose a user enters some information on the page and tries to close or navigate from the window—without saving the data. You may want to warn the user about possible data loss.
Invoke a Parent Window Function from Another Window in JavaScript
by Deepak Choudhari
Sometimes, you need to call a JavaScript function that's in a parent window from a child window.
Javascript Errors in Firefox
by Balasubramanian Krishnaswamy
Because browsers other than IE don't create global variables for every part of the page/DOM, you need to qualify references to the form and its elements in non-IE browsers.
SQL Reporting Service: Using the rc:TargetLink Parameter for Drilldown Reports
by Jayadev D
Find out how to prevent SQL Server Reporting Services drilldown actions from opening in a new window.
Improved JavaScript Error Handling
by Srinath MS
Learn how to improve your JavaScript error handling by using this small script on your Web pages.
Using Firefox's JavaScript Console
by Loekito Mulyadi
Firefox's JavaScript Console alerts you to JavaScript errors.
Placing Logos on the Address Bar and Favorites List
by Srinath MS
Either of these methods help make your Web site standout in crowded favorites and in browsers.
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.
Displaying Mouseover Text in Web Pages
by MS Sridhar
Find out an easy way to display mouseover text in Web pages.
Copy Selected Text Within a Browser to a Clipboard
by Mike McGlynn
Find out how you can copy selected text within a Web browser to a clipboard in VB.NET 2.0.
A Quick Way to Bookmark a Web Page
by Srinath MS
Ever wanted to bookmark a Web page so you can read it later? Here's a quick way to do it.
A Fast Way to Create a Large Folder Hierarchy in SharePoint
by Norman Juzar Lakdawala
Creating a large folder hierarchy in SharePoint Document Library using Microsoft's standard GUI takes a lot of time. This tip shows an easier way.
How to Force a Browser to Display a "Save As/Run from Location" Dialog
by Amit Jain
This tip demonstrates the only way to get a browser to display the dialog for known MIME types, such as HTM files.
When to Declare a Virtual Member Function Private
by Ivan Gerasimov
Declaring a virtual member function private may be useful when you wish to limit the number of derived classes that can override the given function. In such a case, you declare all the derived ...
Making the Image OnClick Work in Both Browsers
by Mike Gasperino
Since the introduction of DHTML and client-side scripting, developing Internet applications can be a real challenge. If you don't have the luxury of a "pure" Internet Explorer environment, there's a ...
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