how can i change the start properites of <ol> tag on the code-behind?
<ol id="mylist" runat="server" start="1">
how can i change the start value with c# ?
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How do you set the start page with godaddy hosting? I can see no way of doing this! You do not seem to have access to the IIS settings that allow you to change it!
I'm using the following msdn article to use different languages in my web application:
I'm following the instructions step by step in VS 2010, and it creates the resource files exactly how it's supposed to.
However, when I run the program it just doesn't apply it. I don't see the different values from the resource file. If I leave my resource file name as sample.aspx.resx, it works. But when I change it to sample.aspx.en-us.resx, it doesn't work. I'm supplying culture from the aspx page's Culter and UICulture properties. I'm being very careful in choosing the correct file name, as that could be the issue, but it just doesn't work. I also tried changing the culture in the backend code this way:
I am not able to change the direction of popups/Alerts in Arabic culture which should be RTL direction.
Rest of my application is changed in above culture, only problem is with popups and alerts.
Thanks in advance.
I've been handed an application thats connection string implies a local host connection.
I want to make this connection a remote connection, to a database located on a Server. I want the client and server to be able to communicate with one another remotely, instead of a local connection.
How does one create the Data Service, and establish end points to Server and Client? Is it as simple as creating a contract (which I have limited knowledge on constructing), between the two locations, setting up the dataservice, security, and ratifying the 'connetions'?
A smidge of insight, please ;-)
i have installed asp.net 3.5. and i have installed IronPython2.6
both wee installed successfull.but when i m creating new web site in the field od language i m not getting ironpython as shown in
please help me.
I have been using asp.net menu control that is programmatically binded at runtime and has n child node levels. Now i want to use CssAdapterMenu instead because the menu control contains more than 1000 menuItems(in the near future it can also be more 2000 menuItems) and has very slow response in IE 6 or IE 7.
Now my question is how should i change the classic asp.net menu to CssAdapterMenu. What should be the steps? Any samples example of n child node levels would be helpful
Introducing the issue, Howard Dierking points out that you can't simply parallelize your code blindly if you expect to truly reap the benefits that parallelism promises.
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There are plenty of times when you need to get information on running processes, not the least of which is during performance tuning. Using the techniques in this article and special .NET classes you'll see how to get a process' ID, name, priority, number of threads, kernel handle, and memory consumption, as well as its user-mode, kernel-mode, and total elapsed running time and put them to use in a custom app called AssemblyBrowser.
MSDN Magazine October 2004
If you're building an ASP.NET Web site you could probably use a good, solid code foundation to start with and build upon. Wouldn't it be nice to start with a complete site, make a few tweaks and customizations, and go live? The ASP.NET Starter Kits are packaged solutions that let you do just that. The five kits-Community, Reports, Commerce, Portal, and Time Tracker-supply full, reusable code that can be easily customized. In addition, there are a number of ISPs that support automatic deployment of ASP.NET Starter Kit Web sites, leaving you with little left to do when you have to get there fast. Here, the author introduces the ASP.NET Starter Kits and builds a community Web site with lots of advanced features such as ratings, user polls, upload quotas, change notifications, and themes.
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Earlier this year, Bill Gates outlined a comprehensive vision for trustworthy computing. Simply put, to achieve trustworthy computing developers must pay attention to security and reliability-the two biggest issues facing the world of computing today.
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