Larry Steinle

July 26, 2014

Mixed Authentication

Web sites are usually created for an intranet user or an internet user. This article explains how to create a single site for both intranet and internet usage while retaining the benefit of single sign-on for internal connections without compromising the security of external connections.

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June 28, 2014

Big Brother, Little Brother or No Bother?

Filed under: C,Security,VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 1:07 am
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Ever see the message, “Your IP Address has been recorded?” In this article we will review what kind of information a web site can gather about you, why a web site may need this information and how to get the information using c#.
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Web Information

Filed under: C,Security,VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 1:06 am
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An ASP.Net Page provides simple, convenient access to HTTP Context data like Request, Response, Server, QueryString and Cookies to name a few. While re-factoring code to improve reuse often I find a need to move code from the web page and into a reusable class. (more…)

April 17, 2014

Create HTML Using CSS-Shorthand

Filed under: Web — Larry Steinle @ 8:56 pm
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Creating HTML markup requires a lot of typing. For nearly every opening tag there is a closing tag. There is a shorter, faster way to create HTML!
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March 20, 2014

CSS3 Table-less Page Layout

Filed under: Web — Larry Steinle @ 12:38 am
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For years CSS scholars taught that tables are for displaying information while div and span tags are designed for layout. Unfortunately CSS3 fails to provide a simple set of properties that can make table-less layout adoption popular. In light of the complexity required to support a table-less page layout most developers continue to use tables for page layout. Today’s post offers an alternative option addressing the pains of table-less page layout.
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January 6, 2014

Required Automatically Enforced On Input Tags in Internet Explorer

Filed under: VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 8:18 pm
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A month ago I discovered an odd behavior while regression testing a web application. When I typed the exact value that is in the title attribute of an input tag the field became required disabling form submission until the value was changed. The new behavior had me stumped until I realized it only happens in Internet Explorer 10 and greater.
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December 1, 2013

HTML5 Required and Pattern Attribute Fallback

Filed under: RegEx,Web — Larry Steinle @ 11:45 pm
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Continuing with the theme from the last article on an AutoFocus fallback, today we will learn how to support the Required and Pattern attributes.
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November 11, 2013

Supercharged Html5 AutoFocus Fallback

Filed under: VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 8:32 pm
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The HTML5 specification introduces several helpful additions. One of my favorites is the autofocus attribute. This attribute ensures that the cursor is placed inside the first input, select or textarea tag containing the autofocus attribute.
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October 25, 2013

jQuery Support for IE 10 XMLHttpRequest

Filed under: VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 12:47 pm
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In my previous article, Undefined XMLHttpRequest.responseXML.xml, I explained that IE 10 no longer returns an XML Document object for xml responses but instead returns a DOM Document. Today’s post is a continuation demonstrating how to get an XML Document from a web service using jQuery.
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October 14, 2013

Undefined XMLHttpRequest.responseXML.xml

Filed under: VS.Net,Web — Larry Steinle @ 6:14 pm
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Today I encountered an interesting AJAX problem. I had code that worked perfectly in IE 7, 8 and 9, but not IE 10! So this post is for the die-hard JavaScript programmers out there who are scratching their heads wondering why their AJAX calls stopped working.
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