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Introduction to Windows and Active Directory Services Interface (ADSI)

Nov 28 1999
ADSI or the Active Directory Services Interface allows a programmer to create applications or scripts that can ease the management of an�Windows domain. Although ADSI is not natively supported in NT version 4, ADSI is available in the operating system in Windows 2000. ADSI is a set of COM interfaces that exposes properties and methods that allow a developer to access directory services from various network providers. The provider could be Novell Directory Services, an Exchange Information Store, an Internet Information Server's properties, Lig...

Setting a Page Break for Printing

Nov 28 1999
This tip is for Internet Explorer 4.x. and above.If you provide documents on your Web site that users can print, you can control the placement of page breaks in your documents by using the page-break-before and page-break-after attributes. These attributes indicate when to break to a new page when printing the document and on what page (left or right) to resume printing. These attributes are useful when you want to print long documents into logical sections. For example, the following document defines a class "page" in a style sheet and uses it...

Add Page Transitions to Web Pages

Nov 28 1999
Internet Explorer 4 includes twenty-three inter-page transition filters in the typical installation. You can take advantage of this feature and add interesting transitions to your Web pages. Inter-page transitions add visual effects to the entire client window as the Web page loads or exits. The transitions are similar to the ones in Microsoft PowerPoint presentation as it transitions from one slide to the next. You add the inter-page transition effect with META tags in the head section of your document, like this: CONTENT="RevealTrans(Duration...

Adding a Javascript Navigation using the History

Nov 28 1999
If your Web site contains a series of documents, you can use JavaScript tocreate BACK and FORWARD buttons for easy navigation. To create suchnavigational buttons, use JavaScript's History object, like this:                                                                     >" onClick="history.forward();">                You could also use a text based link or image to accomplish the same thing: Go BackGo Forward

Make a DHTML Search Engine - No Server-End DB Needed

Nov 28 1999
You don't need IIS to create a decent interactive search engine. This example uses the tabular data control (only supported in IE4, comes with the IE4 install). Add ASP to this and make it more powerful. Technologies Used:VBScript DHTML The Tabular Data Control ASP OptionalTabular Data Control (TDC)This neat little control allows you to bind data to html objects on a web page. This allows the developer and designer to separate their code and let each one focus on what they do best. In this example the data is bound to the table in the page. Bef...
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