Code Snippet Display An Image From A URL (Tkinter, Python)
This code shows how to obtain and display a GIF image from an internet website using the Tkinter GUI toolkit that comes with the Python installation.
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The Code Given is for only beginners in HTML 1.The code implements a simple login form 2.It checks whether the password and usernames are matching or not 3.While you are using replace the predefined username and password that I'v given that is replace "myuserid" and "mypswrd" with your own userid and password. 4.just copy the file and paste it in the notepad. 5.and save it with an extension of .html or .htm 6.select 'All Files' from the popupmenu shown at the bottom of notepad before saving. 7.Now you will get a document that has the symbol of internet explorer. 8.just …
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Code Snippet How To Build A Simple Tabbed Menu
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 …
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Code Snippet Show internet image with Tkinter
The code sample shows how to get an image from the internet and show it in a Tkinter label widget.
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Code Snippet Get Internet Connection State
I've developed a code that is intended to be used in an application extension (as with all my codes) that will tell you if the current computer has an internet connection. To use just include the namespace given at the top of the snippet, then the connection state is a variable of custom type ConnectionState. Usage is for whatever you wish to use it for. If you're using it to display the connection state of the current computer to the user via string (label, textbox, button text, console application) just apply the .ToString() method to the end as with any …
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