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Comments by KFLee (Top 17 by date)
Thank you. Turn the system object on would see the table which the bit I did not know,.
Reason for my vote of 5
thanks, have not visit codeproject for sometime; will test it.
Hi, thanks, I shall test i. Backward compatibility is always a problem for many to keep the head above the water. We do use both ASP and ASP.net. But a matter of interest, why you think ASP should be dead and buried? It has a lousy strcuture I would agree but it works anyway! Your comment remind me those days when we would agrue strongly against Basic (now VB) as a language for the low intelligent? In 1980s, C/Pascal/Algol are the 'good' computer languages! Just wonder what is the best web language now a day?
can you be more specific?
Hi, thanks, that make me feel safer! I guess I will need to learn the SSL installation and test it. Thanks anyway.
Hi, while thinking about this problem, it occured to me that the key difference is in Submit and Click in this example. Am I right to think that the Submit would submit the data from the browser back to server while Click would simple processed by the local browser, that would explain why it behave different. Is this correct?
ps. I have voted it and thanks for the answer.
Thanks, I tested it and work as said. This takes me back to the sequential programming days of Fortran/C/Pascal. Remember in Pascal where we always put Main() at the end as it works in single pass!
I still has not grasp the concept of "submit" in this case. It did not have any effect as [Edit] added. I test further to try understand the logic and now it encounters a different problem when using span. I submit it as a different question. Please check it.
hi, just test with getElementByID and it makes no difference! any other idea?
Thanks, I read (good articles) and tested following the suggestion of the article. It works with:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN"
Thus it seems that the conclusion is CSS will behave better with xhtml11. For Dreamweavere 8 user noted that it will put xhtml1.dtd when create new file; so you need to change it.
1. Thanks, I test it and the get around work. I have read a few articles in the website mentioned and it is a really very good site with concise solution to a given problem.
2. Perhasp I did not phrase my question correctly. On top, there is the page header line and it shows "Microsoft Internet Explorer" as part of the heading. This is the top line and I really do not want to see this Microsfot advert there.
The bottom line mean the PC window Start; this I can solved by enable auto-hide.
Test to book mark it and does not seem to wrok? It would be most useful to see it My Posts rather have to click into personal setting section?
PS. what Permalink does?
I have look the example you gave in the site mentioned and my setup appear to be as you mentioned:
If you do not have the ability to use WSH, you can use ASPExec or DynuExec.
However the two links you gave ASPExec and DynuExec can not be opened?
How do I enable the WSH?
Click into your site and can not find what I need. Can you please give me the exact link to the article rather than need to search through your site? If I need to register to see a solution then dont need to bother.
Sorry, this is the only one I tested. It is a Chinese website; I have no idea about the other avaialbe sites.
The down to minite solution will do the trick, thank you. The trigger article looks very comprehensive and also complicate and will need time to study.
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