i have below code and i need to addd close button (x) on popover for each three popovers ,can any one help me how to do this <div class="row"> @*<div class="col-lg-1 popper" title="Note" data_toggle="popover">sdsda*@ <div class="col-lg-1"> <i class="ShowToolTip popper fa fa-eye LabTaskClass28 LabTaskClassforShowHideCol77" title="No task result for note" data_toggle="popover" style="/*! width: 1px !important; */"><span class="close-popover float-right text-danger "></span></i> <div class="popper-content" style="display:none"> <div class="form-group"> <label title="Task name">Task name </label> <input type="text" class="form-control"> <label title="Message"> Message </label> <input type="text" class="form-control" placeholder="Limited to 100 Characters"> <button class="btn-save btn btn-primary btn-sm" style="background-color:maroon !important">Close</button> <button class="btn-save btn btn-primary btn-sm" style="background-color:darkslategrey !important">SAve</button> </div> <button type="submit" class="btn …

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I am currently experiencing something strange with one of my routes' responses and haven't been able to find any information elsewhere. So, let's say I make a call to a route in my controller with JQuery, like this. It's a POST action and I expect JSON data. // Send the data $.ajax({ type: "POST", enctype: 'multipart/form-data', //'application/json', url: "/Claims/Application/SaveCurrentFormData", data: data, dataType: 'json', // we're expecting back a json processData: false, contentType: 'application/json', cache: false, timeout: 600000, success: function (result) { for (var formCode in result.forms) { var selector = "[data-formcode='" + formCode + "']"; $(selector + " [name='TicketDocumentId']").val(result.forms[formCode]); } …

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Microsoft ASP.NET MVC is arguably one of the most flexible frameworks for building modern web applications. One of the things that I've noticed over the last couple of years is that with many AJAX applications using Restful web service, many MVC controllers are now almost redundant. Using the default MVC HTTP handler means that regardless of whether you actually need server-side code for rendering each view, you must have a corresponding controller. In many cases, these controllers have a single action (e.g. Index) which simply returns the view. This seems inefficient and adds to the maintenance cost of the application. …

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O would like to understand how to manage my website with Multilingual option for exapmple if the user is cominf form the domain .fr or .it or co.uk ect... how can i do this??? Thanks a lot for your help

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