Sometimes (at least I did) you need to embed a page (maybe even your own) in “full screen” within your WordPress site. The problem is that by default, you’ll have the header, footer, and any widgets also embedded in the site. This can cause some layout nightmares. However, here’s a trick I have put togetether… Continue reading How to Embed Full Page iFrames (with busting) in WordPress
I ran into an odd issue today with a modal dialog that was generated by jQuery UI.
While ASP.Net provides an excellent validator set of controls, sometimes you need to “roll your own” so to speak when creating your controls. In addition, if you have some AJAX processing with your buttons behind the scenes (for example, saving a record in a popup window) you run the risk of having “double saves” occurring… Continue reading Quick Tip: How to use OnClick and OnClientClick events to Prevent Double Clicking on your ASP.Net Buttons
This is really a triple Hat Tip (HT to my wife for dealing with this issue, HT to Websites in a Flash where the solution was found, HT to Stuff by Sarah where the original solution was found), but it bears repeating again.
Yesterday’s adventure in coding involved getting a slider type control integrated into the site we’re redesigning. We’re taking the old system that was PHP based with its own “templating” sytem and putting into CodeIgniter, which is the MVC framework that PyroCMS is based off of (if you remember my post from last week). This new… Continue reading Integrating the Nivo Slider into a CodeIgniter Site
The Quandary One of those “gotchas” that a new developer faces when working with ASP.Net is that the SessionTimeout variable you find in the web.config only applies to the server side end of things, not the client. The problem with this is that if the client’s session has ended, they won’t know it, and the… Continue reading Soup to Nuts: Creating a Timeout Notifier in ASP.Net using AJAX Toolkit or jQuery