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We’re Hiring – WordPress/WooCommerce Developer

JOB DESCRIPTION: Responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining WordPress websites and WooCommerce-based online stores. You will work closely with our team to ensure the highest level of functionality, performance, and user experience for our customers. RESPONSIBILITIES: Collaborate with the design and marketing teams to implement website design changes and improvements. Customize and extend WordPress themes and plugins to...

Programming Language Trends: The Top In-Demand Programming Languages

In the dynamic realm of technology, remaining abreast of the most recent programming languages holds immense significance for both technology experts and passionate enthusiasts. As businesses persist in adopting digital evolution, the call for adept developers well-versed in particular programming languages continues its upward trajectory. This article will delve into the prevailing trends in...

A Comprehensive Guide to Clocks and Countdowns in CSS and JavaScript

Every second matters in the changing world of web development. Not just useful tools, clocks and countdowns also captivate users and provide information in an engaging and aesthetically appealing way. Understanding the art of clocks and countdowns in CSS and JavaScript is a crucial ability whether you want to construct a striking countdown for...

Difference Between Mounting And Rendering A Component In Vue.JS

Vue.js is a popular JavaScript framework used to build user interfaces and single-page applications. One of the core concepts in Vue.js is components, which are reusable building blocks that encapsulate functionality and structure. When working with Vue.js components, you may come across two terms: mounting and rendering. In this blog post, we will discuss...

We’re Hiring – Nodejs Developer

JOB DESCRIPTION: Your primary focus will be the development of all server-side logic, definition and maintenance of the databases, and ensuring high performance and responsiveness to requests. You will also be responsible for integrating the front-end elements built by your co-workers into the application. Therefore, a basic understanding of front-end technologies is necessary as well. RESPONSIBILITIES: Designing,...

Examples Of JavaScript Applications

What is the purpose of JavaScript? Developers can create interactive and dynamic web pages with JavaScript. Since 1995, JavaScript applications have been powering the internet. JavaScript is now used for a wide range of purposes, both within and outside of the web. Continue reading to find out what JavaScript is used for and how it...

Custom validator scrolls page to the top in ASP.NET

If we add a ValidationSummary control to the page, its ValidationSummaryOnSubmit function invokes “window.scrollTo(0,0)” when page is invalid. That’s why the page scrolls to the top. To workaround this issue, we can assign a function to window.scrollTo which do nothing, so that window.scrollTo(0,0) will not take effect. This workaround is appropriate for the pages which...

Two Databound fields in Gridview column ASP.NET

Boundfields are great in the Gridview, but they do have their limitations.One is that it only has room for one bound field. So, what do you do when you want two or data fields.For example, First and Last names returned to the same column.Turn the BoundField into a TemplateField, with a label in it: <asp:templatefield> ...

A potentially dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client ASP.NET

I got this error message when I try to submit a form with HTML Code, the default settings of the .NET Framework will not allow me to submit HTML Code to prevent cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. To avoid this error set Validate Request to false in the Page Directive.ValidateRequest="false" but this is not recommended.

How to remove HTML tags from string in C#

I will show you three different methods to remove HTML tags from string in C#: 1. By using Regex: public static string RemoveHTMLTags(string html) { return Regex.Replace(html, "<.*?>", string.Empty); } 2. By using Compiled Regex for better performance: static Regex htmlRegex = new Regex("<.*?>", RegexOptions.Compiled); public static string RemoveHTMLTagsCompiled(string html) { return htmlRegex.Replace(html, string.Empty); } 3. By using Char Array for...