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Suggestions for ValidationSummary HeaderText

By · June 6, 2014

I often use the standard ASP.NET ValidationSummary to display form validation error messages but often struggle what to write for the Headertext property.

How to reset scroll position after an UpdatePanel post back?

By · June 6, 2014

If you use ASP.NET UpdatePanels, most of the time you want to maintain the window scroll position but there are occasions when you don't want to scroll back to the top or to a specific control.

Review of ABCPDF.NET from webSupergoo

By · March 5, 2014

Review of webSupergoo's ABCPDF.

ASP.NET AJAX UpdatePanel lost focus problem

By · September 30, 2013

Solution to the ASP.NET UpdatePanel lost focus on post back issue.

Using WebMatrix.Data in ASP.NET Web Forms

By · July 17, 2013

ASP.NET Web Pages has a simple to use Namespace that help you open, query and send commands to a database, and to work with rows that are returned by SQL queries.

Custom 'Fuzzy' search system in ASP.NET

By · June 19, 2013

Many or perhaps most websites have the need for a search facility to search the website content or other things like products. Ideally you want an intelligent search, a bit like a search engine, where search results are ordered by relevancy, misspellings are tolerated, and maybe even word stemming is used (so a search for "teach" also returns results for "teacher", "teaches", "teaching", "taught", etc).

Developing lightweight markup using ASP.NET (or WebForms without forms)

By · June 9, 2012

There are times when I really like ASP.NET and times when I don't. Usually the times that I don't are when I don't have as much control over the final HTML markup as I would like, or when I look at the amount of JavaScript, ViewState and other markup that ASP.NET has added.

Visual Studio and Visual Web Developer 2010 Tips and Tricks

By · May 22, 2012

RadioButton CheckedChanged event doesn't fire if default value is checked

By · March 27, 2012

Login with Facebook in ASP.NET C# - Retrieve user details

By · March 23, 2012

I needed to add a login with Facebook button to a website and wanted a simple solution that would check whether the user successfully logged in and return their email address and name. I considered using the C# SDK but couldn't find much in the way of documentation or samples to accomplish this task.

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