when ever i place create user wizard in table cell or aspx page it always appears on left corner of page , my question is how i can anchor create user wizard on right corner of then page ,,,,
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I have a 3 field table in sql server express and one of the columns is a date.
I'm trying to pull that in and publish to a gridview, but when I do it comes in with the date and minutes and seconds, etc.
How can I format that so that I only publish MM/DD/YYYY?
thanks in advance
My problem is whenever i execute my app the first page that loads is the login page pointed to by my web.config file forms authentication, this page is meant to show CSS formatting for the info i am displaying but it is not. Any help with this problem would be great. A cut and paste of my problem is shown below as you can see there is no CSS.
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< CLR Inside Out: Formatting and Parsing Time Intervals in the .NET Framework 4 Learn about enhanced TimeSpan formatting and parsing features coming in the .NET Framework 4, and some helpful tips for working with TimeSpan values.Ron PetrushaMSDN Magazine February 2010
Learn about enhanced TimeSpan formatting and parsing features coming in the .NET Framework 4, and some helpful tips for working with TimeSpan values.
MSDN Magazine February 2010
Anyone know how to remove html-formatted-string to plain text programatically?
I want to get the same result as if i ctrl+a in a browser's page and then ctrl+v in a notepad.
I was googled how to strip html string, but didn't find the good result.
Removing tag using regex: "<(.|\n)*?>" causes some problems:
* The html-table is not nicely converted to tabbed plain text. It produces *crazy* table in plain text.
* the html-alternate-image lost
* the list ( <ul> & <ol> ) is not conveted well. No numbering or bullets in plain text
I've done some reading about reading from and writing to a Word doc. The reading from worked without issue:
string strPath = "Test.doc";
FileStream fStream = new FileStream
(strPath, FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read);
StreamReader sReader = new StreamReader(fStream);
string text = sReader.ReadToEnd();
But of course this is just a string, without any formatting information included. Writing to the document using a StreamWriter worked, but I received errors when opening the document.
I've also read that trying to perform actions on an Office document on a server without the Office products installed on it can result in mayhem. I'm working on a MVC application that will allow users to upload documents to the server, work on them, save their work and email it around. That doesn't specifically require the need to read/write programmatically, but for certain application functions I do need this. Any helpful suggestions are appreciated.