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This article looks at the code that creates XMLHttpRequest object on the Yahoo Maps and Yahoo Mail pages. This code has a clever way of iterating through the ActiveX objects on older Microsoft browsers.
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This article looks at how the JavaScript code on mapquest.com gets the XMLHttpRequest object. Here are code looks for XMLHttpRequest or ActiveXObject global objects (i.e. on the window).
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You don’t need to install the Microsoft AJAX Library if you are using Visual Studio 2008. The JavaScript files that are part of the AJAX Library are already included without having to do anything special. This article looks at the JavaScript files included in ASP.NET AJAX Library versions 1.0 and 3.5 as well as the downloads for standalone version.
You don’t need to install the Microsoft AJAX Library if you are using Visual Studio 2008. The JavaScript files that are part of the AJAX Library are already included without having to do anything special. This article looks at the JavaScript files included in ASP.NET AJAX Library versions 1.0 and 3.5 as well as the downloads for standalone version.
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This article discusses adding <meta> tags programmatically into the <head> section of an HTML page via ASP.NET. Two classes in the .Net Framework – HtmlHead and HtmlMeta – are discussed.
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This article looks at the integration of Visual SourceSafe and Visual Studio. Some settings pertaining to the independent developer in the source control are also explored.
You don't want to show ads from adsense while you are testing your site. This will inflate your adsense numbers and there is a chance of you accidentally clicking on one of the ads. Google does not allow you clicking on ads shown on your site. This article shows how to be safe and not show ads while testing.
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Because of the widespread abuses of the HTML meta tag, certain meta tags are not looked at by the search engines. However, they might help a bit (especially the description part). This article discusses various aspects of the meta tag.
It's easy and convenient to obtain articles, blog posts, etc. via ID as query string. But the page generated with ID paramater has less of a chance of being indexed by search engine. Instead of ID, use a more search-engine-friendly name in the URL.
This article contains information on various search robots and robots.txt. Thoughts on which directories to be allowed access and which are to be kept away from the search engines.
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