Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 02:41 Written by David Bauernschmidt Monday, 4 March 2013 12:00
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
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 February 2013 11:36 Written by Richi González Sunday, 17 February 2013 12:00
Now that HTML5 is becoming more and more compatible with web browsers, you should start thinking of adding placeholders to your form input fields. A placeholder is some text that is displayed when the form field hasn’t been clicked or has content in it. Here we have a picture of what a placeholder looks like in an input field:
Keep reading to learn how to do it by yourself!Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 21 January 2013 02:22 Written by Milton Parada Sunday, 27 January 2013 12:00
This article is about how to stop spam in your Joomla 2.5 site, this problem is common when we have a contact form, using the plugin “EasyCalcCheck PLUS” we will have a tool to stop spammers.
The plugin protects Joomla! core forms and 3rd party extensions through internal checks and the integration of anti-spam services (reCaptcha, Akismet, Honeypot Project, StopForumSpam, Mollom, Bot-Trap, Botscout).
- Download the plugin from joomla.org, here.
Last Updated on Thursday, 13 December 2012 12:00 Written by Carole Bennett Thursday, 13 December 2012 12:00
Recently, I worked on a project for a client who had a special request for custom functionality on their site. Instead of using the standard newsletter e-mail capture, they wanted an additional form that would present in a lightbox after the user entered their e-mail and clicked “submit” for the first form. I did it, using a custom form handler and some jQuery – this is how.
I started by creating the first custom form that mimic’d the standard newsletter e-mail capture format, then implemented a custom submission handler, as described here: “Implementing A Custom Form Submission Handler”. Fairly straightforward, up to the point where I had to sort out how to enable the second form to pop up in the lightbox. It’s easy enough when you’re calling a link from a page: just add the “cblink” class to your link. It’s a bit trickier when you’re leveraging a form submission, so I got a bit more creative.Learn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 October 2012 08:41 Written by Carole Bennett Wednesday, 17 October 2012 12:00
When customizing a nopCommerce installation, it may be necessary to add a custom field or title; in order to ensure that you can support that custom field in more than one language, it’s a good idea to add it to your language resources. Here’s how to do that.
1. Log into nopCommerce as an admin, and navigate to the Administration area
2. Click on “Configuration”=>”Languages”, and next to your preferred language (in this case, “English”), click “View String Resources”.
3. Click the “Add New Record” button on the left; enter a value for the resource name, and the title of the link you’re creating as a value.Learn More
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