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Accessing page master from content page

Posted on: August 19th, 2011 by
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Using a master page in our ASP.NET applications saves time and code. It's a way for developers to have a template for all our different content pages instead of spending time to design each page separately or copy and paste html/asp from one .aspx page to another. It gives us the chance to focus on the meat and potatoes of each page while making sure Continue reading the story "Accessing page master from content page"

Rewriting website Urls in C#.NET

Posted on: August 18th, 2011 by
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In another article I've talked about the importance of rewriting your urls. ASP.NET gives you the huge advantage of being able to dynamically create your pages from the server-side. And so, you won't need to have separate physical pages for each of your content pieces when they are very similar in nature. For example, if you're displaying multiple articles on your site with the Continue reading the story "Rewriting website Urls in C#.NET"

Get Client’s Physical Location from IP Address via GeoMapLookUp.Net

Posted on: July 5th, 2011 by
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It's becoming more and more popular for sites to tell you where you are. And, aside from being a neat thing to do, it is very useful in honing in onto what your users will find relevant even before the page is loaded. One method of retrieving the browser's location is through using GeoMapLookUp.Net, however, there are many services out there. Drop down for Continue reading the story "Get Client’s Physical Location from IP Address via GeoMapLookUp.Net"