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Operator Overloads in C#

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IE 8 HTML5 Compatibility

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Adds new HTML5 elements, and supports printing HTML5 elements and includes the default styles for HTML5 elements, like block on article and section.   To use this script, download the html5shiv and roll it in to your own code (ideally minified). It must be included before theelement (i.e. in the) but doesn't matter if it appears before or after the CSS - but for the sake of performance, it would make better sense to include the CSS first then this script.   <!--[if lt IE 9]&gt;-->

jQuery Scripts and useful references

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Swapping input field placeholder text with jQuery | Zach Waugh digitalBush » Masked Input Plugin HTML Cheat Sheet Four Hundred GuruConditional Sorting with SQL Browser Sandbox - Run any browser from the web iPhone Toggle Switches // Elijah Miller Interactive character limit for textarea using Jquery - Let’s explore the web technologies together jQuery 3 State Switch Plugin Funky Checkboxes Simple chained combobox plugin for jQuery tipsy FCBKcomplete v 1.09 | Emposha jQuery Plugin: Tokenizing Autocomplete Text Entry | James Smith • loopj.com Facebook Style Alert Confirm Box with jQuery and CSS....

HTML 5

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Dynamic Linq for searching

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  var predicate = PredicateBuilder.True(); var q = db.Profiles.Where(t =&gt; !t.aspnet_Users.aspnet_Membership.IsLockedOut); foreach (string keyword in pars) { string temp = keyword; predicate = predicate.And(t =&gt; t.FirstName.StartsWith(temp) || t.LastName.StartsWith(temp)); }

Authorize.net – Test Accounts

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For your reference, you can use the following test credit card numbers when testing your connection. The expiration date must be set to the present date or later:- American Express Test Card: 370000000000002 - Discover Test Card: 6011000000000012 - Visa Test Card: 4007000000027 - Second Visa Test Card: 4012888818888 - JCB: 3088000000000017 - Diners Club/ Carte Blanche: 38000000000006 Additional Resources: - Error Generation Guide at http://www.authorize.net/files/ErrorGenerationGuide.pdf - Troubleshooting Tools at http://developer.authorize.net/tools/ - Testing FAQs at http://developer.authorize.net/testingtfaqs/ - Developer Security Best Practices at http://developer.authorize.net/resources/files/developerbestpractices.pdf http://www.authorize.net/support/AIM_guide.pdf Developer account password reset Secret answer:...

Filezilla Access to only certain subfolders

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I had a scenario once, where I needed to give certain users access to multiple sub folders, without creating multiple FTP accounts. The goal was for them to see certain folders, but not others. So let's say my folder structure is:   And my user should be able to have full control of Site1 and Site2, but not even see Site3. To do this, first create the user, and give him only List access on the root folder   Next, add each of the sub folders he has access to,...

C# Render Razor View as String

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The Razor View Engine is very powerful, easy to use, and just overall great for binding data to HTML. But sometimes you need to render HTML for use in Emails, download pages, generate PDF's, or other purposes, so it would be neat if you could use the Razor View Engine to generate those for you, and just give you the HTML to do with it as you wish. Luckily we have this somewhat built-in, and here's a wrapper for it. public string RenderRazorViewToString(string viewName, object model) {   ViewData.Model = model;...

C# Add and Edit NTFS Custom Properties

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NTFS stores a lot more information than is obviously visible at first, but .Net doesn't yet have support natively for accessing and writing these Custom Attributes, or File Metadata. However, Microsoft released a library called DSOfile, which is intended for changing properties of Office files if you don't have Office installed. It can, however, work on any type of files. First, you need to download the DSOfile from Microsoft. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224351 Second, you'll need to reference it in your project using DSOFile;   Next, you can start looping through the Office...