Determine Subroutine Click Event Trigger

Using one sub-routine to handle more than one link button click event requires determination of which button click triggered the sub-routine. I had an existing subroutine handling a link button. Examining the entries in a form, updating a database and sending an email. A second button was required on the […]

Composite SQL Field with null Value Returns Blank

The intent was to join the address fields as a single returned value from a database query select. But I found that if one of these fields was null, the whole returned result was empty. I had an address, in the usual way, across a number of database fields: address; […]

Adding ASP.NET Features to IIS7.5

By default Windows 7 IIS is missing the asp.net features, shown above the IIS section in the control panel The control panel is shown below with only the IIS options and Management options. To add the asp.net features. Begin by opening the control panel and selecting from the Programs section […]

Hide Admin Messages from Subscribers

Do you want all your WordPress logged in users to see your system messages? Messages declaring pending plugin updates, a WordPress core update, or a notification from a plugin, all visible to any logged in user. Lets keep the info given to registered users of your website to a minimum. […]

Empty the DNN Site Log

An excessively large SiteLog table is likely to have an impact on the performance of your website. Do you know how many entries there are and whether the older ones are being cleaned out? I have found that the DNN Site log table can be prone to growing, unrestricted. This […]

Using Microformats to Indicate Address

If you run one of the online website analysis websites on your website it may indicate the use of microformats. So what are they? Microformats can be used to indicate the address. For example, of the contact us page of a website the address details can be enclosed. Rather than […]