I'm embarrassed to say it but I can't spell to save my life some day's. Being a programmer this makes me look like a fool and even worse when I'm working with a web application. My boss has come to me and has asked me to find a solution to this issue of mine. I'm using VS 2005 Pro with the Adobe CS suit for misc. web and graphics features, plug-ins. Does anyone have an add-ins for VS 2005 for spelling within strings? My error messages, text within XSLT, and just in general.
I'm not having a bad hair day but a bad spelling day!
I've begun my GuestBook program's testing. It is a "WebSite" in terms of VS-2005. Home the program goes ok. But when I am using it through hosting, it fails. Maybe, the Internet needs something.
My website is http://hilsoft.qsh.ru
When enter, press above on LINKS
When will appear http://hilsoft.qsh.ru/Links.aspx - there is an inscription-link below "Guest Book Small". Go there, and you will see my problem. Home the new record is building ok. The texts of my program I am ready to send willingly. Please, help!
I have created a win32 DLL for my Web Application. I am using "DllImport( )" for importing the DLL file from the root directory of the Web Application. It works fine in the local machine ("localhost"). But when ever i Deploy my web application on web including the DLL and try to run the specified webform, then "Unable to load Dll" error message is returned back by the web server.
I have a free website that allows alumni of my high school to sign up and share information. It's like classmates.com, except it's free to alumni of my school (http://www.daviehighalumni.com[^] if you're interested).
There is one user who likes to cause problems by posting offensive messages on my message board, annoy other users, etc. I can easily block this user from signing in, but have no restrictions on creating new accounts, so they can easily create a new account and continue their behaviour.
I could try requiring e-mail authentication before a new account can be used, but this person could impersonate another alumni who doesn't yet have an account. I can't base it on IP address because they change often. I can't base it on name or e-mail address because a person can easily use a different name or create a new e-mail address.
Here's my last attempt to block this person: I put a tag on their profile so that when they logged in, I set a cookie on their computer. From then on, if I see this cookie, I don't let them log on or create new accounts. I thought this would keep them out for sure, but it hasn't worked as they apparently know how to delete cookies or are going to different computers.
So, does anyone have any ideas on blocking a user from accessing a web site when the web site is free and allows users to create accounts?
Yeah, I was gonna say the same thing too. He can also create a dictionary of offensive words/phrases, and create a utility of some kind that checks user inputs against that list as a pre-approval process. Just a suggestion!
IMHO, one of the ways is to provide a link, say Report Abuse, so that other members of the site can use to report it to the admin board. Also, to gain more attention from the gurus here, you might consider posting this question in the lounge (as I don't think it's a programming question ) where you can get a couple of golden tips from someone like the Lord Chris, code-frog, Andy Brummer ....
How do you define the second column? Is it a bound column or a template column? Basically, you can use the Text property at a specific cell when the column is a bound column. If it is displayed via a control, you need to get reference to the control first, then get the value.
Because you are using the data binding expression with the Template column, so the DataBoundLiteralControl is generated in each cell, and you need to cast the control in the Controls collection to this type before you access the Text property:
DataBoundLiteralControl lit = item.Cells.Controls as DataBoundLiteralControl;
stringvalue = lit.Text;
private void ExportToExcel()
DataSet ds = new DataSet();
DataTable dt = new DataTable();
dt = (DataTable)ViewState["DataTableExportToExcel"];
clsGeneral objclsGeneral = new clsGeneral(); SaveExcel(objclsGeneral.SaveExcelToServer(ds,MapPath("Excell\\FileName.xls")));
//Procedure for exporting data to excel and save it into the server
+ Using the ViewState to save the DataTable is not a good pratice as it's fit for the primitive stypes.
+ At the end of the SaveExcelToClientMechine method, you may try calling the Response.End method to avoid the html markup of the web page added to the output content.