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Javascript » Free Javascript tools
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Here you will find some good easy to use javascript tools the links open a pop up window for you to enter the details so you might have to turn off you pop up blocker.
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ASP » Stop e-mail spiders
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Stop e-mail spiders Do you have a web site? Well are you sick of junk mail? I know I am. E-mail spiders trawl the web in search of e-mail addresses that it finds in web pages this script below helps to reduce the chance of the spider getting hold of your e-mail address. Basically the script uses varialbles which you define. You do not have to have as many variables which you define.
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ASP » A sample of Database Connection Strings
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
If you want to call a database from within an asp page the first thing you will need to do is create a database connection ie tell your asp page where your database is. Here are a few samples of database connection strings that could be used to help you connect to your database I have used [ ] bracets these should be changed to < > just so you know I have also indicated where the code starts and finishes in red don't include the bits in red!
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ASP » Stop your asp pages caching
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Stop your asp pages caching Place this code at the top of your asp page for it to work. Please remember to read it first before just copying and pasting.
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ASP » Advanced ASP - Creating e-cards
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Advanced ASP - Creating e-cards NOT ONLY ARE e-cards a handy way of letting people know you have remembered their birthdays, they also offer a useful way of disseminating your artistic style, or capturing email addresses.
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ASP » Search of your DUAmazon shop from your DUPortal
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
OK. Lets start. So you want to be able to do a search of your DUAmazon shop from your DUPortal. Well firstly you must have DUPortal & DUAmazon downloadable from http://www.duresources.com/ .
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ASP » How to use CDONTS
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
How to use CDONTS What is CDONTS CDONTS (Collaborative Data Objects for Windows NT Server) provides objects that you can use to send e-mails from your ASP scripts. The CDONTS library includes the NewMail class which has an easy-to-use set of methods and properties that allows you to send e-mails from your ASP scripts.
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ASP » DUClassified change the duaration of an ad.
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Please remember to a make a copy of your database. I would suggest you also print out this article. I take no responsiblity for any thing that might happen to your database. Using the following article asumes that you accept it's your responsiblity and any problems that might arise through using this article. This seem to be a topic which a lot of people are asking well if you know then this article is NOT for you since you will know how to change how long an ad is displayed for. If however you don't know and would like to know how to do it read on.
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ASP » Server on Windows XP Home Ed
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
articles article_body It has come to light that Windows XP Home Edition does not support PWS (personal web server) or IIS (internet information server) both are used to test apps written in ASP or ASP.Net. You might say hang on I have the iis.dll (this is the main part of IIS) on my machine. Have a good look! It's been crippled and stops you from installing the software!
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Search Engines » Robot.txt Good or Bad!
Posted By Guido on 24 March 2006
Basically, robots.txt is a plain text file which is placed in a server's root directory it includes information on whether search engine robots should index the site or parts of the site. The file (line begins with '#'), then 'User-agent' lines. Usually, the User-agent line is simply a wildcard, to exclude all robots, like so : # robots.txt for http://yoursite.com User-agent: *
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