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Simple object/class to database persisting technique based on reflection
From html colors to .NET colors and back
Make the noscript tag xhtml valid
How To make your websites in MCMS XHtml Strict 1.0 Valid
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# Wednesday, 28 March 2007
Wednesday, 28 March 2007 22:07:08 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00) ( .net | OO | Reflection | SQL )
Maybe you too have seen many database persistance systems/techniques, but most of them are very complex. I wanted to have a very simple and transparent way to persist my objects to a SQL Database. I wanted to do as few changes as possible to my classes when my database changes. And therefore I developed this technique for persisting classes to a (any) database.
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# Tuesday, 16 January 2007
Tuesday, 16 January 2007 10:22:05 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00) ( .net )
While exploring the deeps of .NET I found this wonderful class.... The System.Drawing.ColorTranslator class. If I'd only known earlier.... This class has a static method that converts a System.Drawing.Color to the Html notation of that color, and another to convert it back.
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# Wednesday, 10 January 2007
Wednesday, 10 January 2007 13:45:03 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00) ( Html | W3C | Xhtml )
If you try to place a noscript tag inside a HTML block element you cannot validate the page as Xhtml Strict 1.0, this post gives the solution to that problem.
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# Thursday, 21 December 2006
Thursday, 21 December 2006 16:26:55 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00) ( .net | MCMS | Reflection | W3C | Xhtml )
Article that describes how I fixed the HtmlForm and MCMS Console to make it render Xhtml strict 1.0 valid Html code. This also gives the possibility to fix the action of the form with proven solutions now also on Mcms instead of fixing this with javascript. This makes MCMS an Xhtml Valid CMS which enables it to compete with other leading CMS systems.
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# Monday, 23 October 2006
Monday, 23 October 2006 23:21:48 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00) ( )


What more can I say, this is my first post as you can see, and it will be the first in a series of publications about problems I solved, and things I "invented" while trying to find a solution for a specific problem.

Hold on, the first post will arrive very soon, It will be about my XHTML Strict 1.0 Valid .NET Html form for Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 (MCMS 2002)

I hope to see you back many times in the future and I hope I can give something useful to the blog-community.


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