How to Send Emails Using a Template in ASP.net

Over the years sending email in asp.net has gotten easier and easier but the requirements have gotten more complex. I want to show you how to using the system.net.mail reference to send emails using templates. I have a client that wants someone to fill out their information and have all that data placed into an email and sent to them. By taking advantage of email templates inside of asp.net this becomes a lot easier to manage. I could just create an html page and highlight everything between the body tags and use that to build a very large string and use that to replace text and to send it. There are a couple of problems with this choice. Learn More

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Allowed Memory Size Exhausted In TomatoCart

This error happens when your memory is not big enough to execute the php code (uploading large images, deleting numerous products, sending mass mails etc). You would then have to enlarge the memory allocated for PHP.

Sample Error:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 536870912 bytes exhausted Learn More

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How to Create or Modify PDF Form in ASP.net

It seems like regularly something comes up in the programming world that is requested by a client that should be easy, ends up proving to take more time, more money or both. So it is nice to find a solution to a problem that IS easy. This article is to show you how easy it is to use ASP.net web form to open up a PDF, set a value on a form and then send it back to the user’s browser. I have attached the project below if you want to download it. The first thing you need to do is go download iTextSharp.dll. I will be using visual basic (vb) for this project. Learn More

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