Its all about Semantics. When a search engine crawls your site, you want to make sure that are using the best HTML elements that will describe the content within them.

diafol's example while not complete is the generator you need. all you are missing is reading from the source, which in your case, i assume the file system.

Here is an example i found with a quick search that could easily be modified to fit your needs.

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tobyITguy commented: Thank you JorgeM :) +0

even though it looks like the traffic is coming into, i am wondering if the users that are having trouble also belong to a 192.168.0.x subnet while connected via ssl-vpn. They are probably sending the packet to their router which is also running DNSPROxy, but are not getting the proper respnose from that DNS service. Have you validated that the packets are actually traversing the ssl-vpn system via packet capture or logs?

ryantroop is referring to the fact that you have a lowercase w in "WebSocket". The system even placed a ^ under the w to let you know that there was a problem.

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actually... ipconfig /all

Apply will apply your changes without closing the window. OK will apply the changes and also close/exit the window.

I understand that you ahve saved the path and not the image. You have done it correctly... Image1.ImageUrl = " ... ".

run the page and look at teh page source to see what was actually loaded in for the <img src /> attribute.

Run the page and click view source from the browser. Examine the src attribute for the images and see if the path to the actual image is valid. Problem is likely with your use of server.mappath.

maybe the program is on-hold. havent seen any other information lately.

i'm gone for two weeks and the site changes. lol. been very busy working which is very good and out of my normal routine.

First, you need to establish that is actually the IP of your router. Open a command prompt on your computer (if running Windows) and type IPCONFIG, then hit the enter key. Look at the default gateway IP address. This is going to be the IP of your router.

I assume it is because you mentioned that you get an error logging in which indicates that you are getting to the login page. If you dont have the login credentials, you should be able to reset the router to defaults (there should be a button somewhere on the router) and if you look at their documentation, the default userid and password should be there.

Yes, when I was a kid, I had the Atari console. The one known as the 2600.

Does the account that doesn't work have two-step verification? If so, you need to create app passwords.


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A while back, I was working on some web pages that required a tabbed menu at the top of the content. In addition, the requirement was that the page should not perform a post back when the user clicked on the individual tabs. It was very important to have a simple, clean, and responsive look and feel. I could have used one of the countless examples found on the Internet, but I wanted to use implement something that was very minimal, clean, and simple. I was not happy with what I found out there. So this is what I came up with. I used some basic HTML, CSS, and jQuery, although the JavaScript I used could have been written without the help of jQuery. My pages already included jQuery so I decided to leverage it.

The code works and renders the same across modern versions of Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox.

You can see a working demo on

Here is a screenshot of what the HTML markup and Styling produces...


If you find it useful, feel free to use it for your own projects.

Id say that if you have a good machine, since you are familiar with windows, try Win 7, then install VurtualBox and give Linux a try as a guest VM and learn something new. The advantage of the VMs are that you can move the files from machine to machine and once you are done testing, just delete the files. No need to worry about reformatting your hard drive, partitions, mutli-booting, etc...

From the Microsoft portfolio, I'd say give Win 7 a try since you can easily apply a windows classic theme so it will look and feel like an XP machine using a classic theme. I'm not find of Win 8.x and I'm not thrilled about what I've seen so far for her 10.

If you are interested in venturing outside of MS, i'd say give Linux a try, Ubuntu is a good choice.

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Are these rows being added client side or server side?

Assuming that all of your hardware is OK, are you sure there isnt a task scheduled to shut the system down after 15 min? maybe malware that is doing it?

To rule out software, i'd boot the system to a bootable linux distro and let it run and see if it shuts down after 15 min. if it does, the problem would definately lead to something hardware related.

rubberman commented: Good suggestion Jorge! +13

I am developing a software which will connect to the same database as another application. Is there a term for that?

I cant think of a techincal term, but in any case, this is that uncommon. Databases are generally built to allow multiple connections from various sources/clients.

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You should be checking to see if the user is logged in and if the user is an admin.

What i would recommend is that when a user logs into your system and you check the credentials and roles, you should be storing some information in session variables. Then on the admin page or any other page that requires security, check the session variables to see if the 1) user is logged on AND 2) is the user an admin. If both are NOT true, then redirect the user to the login page.