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This How To will tell you how to code server side Button click event that also closes browser window.
Author: Bipin Joshi Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
This tutorial will show you how to gather your web browser capabilities using ASP.NET 2.0 and C#. The class of HttpBrowserCapabilities will enable the server to gather information on the capabilities of the browser that is running on the client. Author: AspNetTutorials.com Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & C#
Using the httpbrowser object you can view the surfer's browser capabilities and respond accordingly. Here we show how to check all the main browser capabilites including cookies, frames, and java. Author: Robin Smith Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & C#
In this simple application you will learn how you can open other website's page in your application page. Create a new ASP.Net application. Create a textbox with name txt_url, a panel with name main panel and a button having text Load Page. Author: DevASP Code: ASP.NET v1.1 & VB
This step-by-step article demonstrates how to determine the client browser type in server-side code without using the BrowserType object in ASP.NET. Author: unknown Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
This article describes how to determine the Web browser version in ASP.NET. ASP.NET introduces the HttpBrowserCapabilities class to gather information during an HTTP request about the capabilities of the browser.
Author: microsoft.com Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
Browser detection, as its name implies, is detecting what browser a Web visitor is using. This is possible because Web browsers, when making an HTTP request to a Web server, pass in their HTTP headers a string referred to as the User-Agent. Author: Scott Mitchell Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB
One of the useful features in a Windows desktop application that many programmers and end-users take for granted is message boxes. Two of the most common types of message boxes are alerts and confirms. Author: Tim Stall Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB
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