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ASP.Net Validation Controls Part1 - ASP tutorial
In part one of this tutorial, we will learn about the ASP.Net controls that will make your life much easier and make your site and applications much more professional, ASP.Net Validation Controls.
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Ignoring clicks from IP addresses
One requirement of the CoverYourASP advertising system is that multiple clickthroughs from the same IP address on the same day will be ignored. Another way to stop spiders is by testing the HTTP_USER_AGENT.
Using Include FIles
As a website gets bigger it can become more difficult and time consuming to maintain. One way to help manage this is with the use of include files. Using includes will cut down on time by limiting the amount of code or html you will have to add to new pages or time spent updating existing pages.
How to display records from top 4 database systems using plain ASP?
Sometimes, we would have chance to convert our existing database or create a new database. Some decisions IT professionals need to make are scary, and choosing database software is one of them. This overview aims to describe how to set database connections with some common database software (Oracle, MySQL, MS Access,MS SQL Server).
Forms and User Input
Forms and User Input
Framed Click Through
This example code shows how to place a frame around an external link from your site, similar to the method AskJeeves.com site uses. This enables a few things. Useful for displaying a banner ad and/or easy navigation back to your site. This example consists of three parts: linkto.htm, which contains links to a few websites in the convention necessary for the framed click through to work; frame-click.asp, which will track the referring page and the requested and open a frameset and the link being requested; and frame-navigation.asp, which writes out a link for the referring page (or home page when none is detected) and a link to remove the frame to view the target link.