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After you create a website, you certainly want other people to find your website easily from leading Search Engines. On my blog on biswaretech.com, I explain some Search Engine Optimization technique. Please feel free to visit it.
Occasionally, you may not want your visitors move back to the previous page using the browser’s back button. However, there is no easy way to do that. One work-around is to create a dummy page which redirects your visitors to your actual page.
Please visit my other blog for script and demo.
Many people find problem with ASP.Net pages after installing IE8. One of the most problematic controls is ASP:Menu. In fact, this control has problem with other browsers if it is not coded properly.
In my other blog, I try this control on various browser. I aslo add code on these pages to ensure this control works on all popular browsers.
In computing, numeric data are stored as number datatype. Number datatypes are useful for mathematic calculation but raw number does not format nicely for readability. If we want to display number to user in special format, we may need to do something extra. For example, we may want an integer of 1234 to be displayed as 1,234.00 or 001234 or HK$1,234.
All datatype of Microsoft .Net platform has a ToString() method. Numeric datatype’s ToString() method further allows you to apply various style to the number before converting it to string. The following table shows some numeric values converted to string with various styles using ToString() method.
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You can see a simple demo at http://www.biswaretech.com/blog23.aspx.
Small businesses that are adopting small applications with databases have a number of non-expensive choices. My blog at http://www.biswaretech.com/blog19.aspx compares two Microsoft products – Access 2003 and SQLExpress 2005 as a database for small application.
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a new SOA technology aiming at unifying earlier distributed technology such as ASP.NET Web Service, .Net Remoting, Enterprise Services. There are quite a number of good books published in 2007 and 2008. Unfortunately, most of them are written with reference to C# code. In this connection, I wrote a C# and VB.Net code comparison for WCF in my other blog (http://www.biswaretech.com/blog16.aspx). Please feel free to visit it if you are a VB.Net developer.