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  1. Thanks. I know it`s done on the client side, the only thing that confused me is the extension. I thought it wouldn`t read the file if it didn`t recognise the extension. But it should work
  2. Well, I`d had used ASP .NET because I find it cooler than PHP. >__>Well, perhaps you`d give me a more precise answer if I said my idea.So here`s the point. I want to define some XML tags, so using my tag set, i can query a database (or another XML file) and show the output. So basically, I want to try out my idea for a ColdFusion kinda project, but written in ASP.NET mostly.And for it to work, ideally, I`d have two files. The XML one, which I run, and the .aspx file my XML chooses as stylesheet. Seeing as XML takes the XSL file and uses it on the client, I guess it won`t find the ASP code, but its output, XML XSLT code.So will it work?
  3. My idea is generating an XSLT file using ASP.NET, or PHP.Can I? Does the extension need to be .xslt?
  4. How do I insert the data from the CreateUserControl into a DB? I can`t seem to find anything in the generated object./edit: Um... I think I found the member vars I needed. Anyway... tips on the CUW control? >__>
  5. I bought a book, for a bit more advanced users. Nevertheless, it came handy to me. :)It`s more about ASP.NET`s controls, and how to extend them using C#. It`s also got a CD-ROM."Building Web Solutions with ASP .NET and ADO .NET" - Dino Esposito...the only one I`ve found here in Romania.
  6. The PHP language in ASP .NET. Weird. But interesting.
  7. It sux, but many people use it, so I guess I`ll only have to use it for compatibility checking, but since Opera is similar from this point of view, Firefox is my only worry.
  8. Ditto my kiddo .I voted for forum. Clear `nuff why, I guess.
  9. Funny thing, I wonder if I`ll get any vote.
  10. I`m not stupid, you know. >__>
  11. So where would the bathroom be?
  12. I would be interested in coding the main part. :)Testing and feature coding would be good for me, in PHP, although I`m guessin` I`ll have do dream ahead.
  13. For power. But I wouldn`t, really. I was just n00bishly assuming something. I don`t think that`s a good reason to assume that I actually want to code a web project in C.
  14. Can you run your PHP app in a browser (question mark).You run it on a server.And in case you couldn`t read, I just read about C(++) being used before Perl and PHP. I haven`t got the slightest idea on how, but I`m guessing it`s pretty in-depth.
  15. If you can use it for server apps, it means it can be used as a server-side language, right? :)/edit: Well hey, I read about it, I still haven`t got an idea...
  16. Erhm. I see you`re used to replying to n00bs. Well, I`m not so n00b, and I know what C is, but I also know it has been used as a server-side language before the Perl and PHP era.
  17. I`ve got a quick question: is cPanel written in PHP or C?
  18. The web isn`t so complicated unless you want to do in-depth stuff. You can learn to design and even program small applications for webpages pretty easily. You just have to be patient. In a years` time, you`ll be a guru.
  19. My all-time favourite server-side project is a bulletin board/ messageboard / forum software. My dream is to publish one. :)I guess these apps are the most widely-used on the internet. That`d be a reason for it to be OK for a community project.
  20. I want to build a BBS too. Can you give me some hints on releasing it to being downloaded?
  21. Could you be kind and tell me how?
  22. You haven`t put commas between all fields. :)I hope it`s that.
  23. Since the months are all 3-letter, a string modifier using substr() would be better IMHO. But I never tried it.
  24. Perhaps practical projects, BBCode like it`s been mentioned, how to code finite data trees (for forums, for example), paging etc.. It`d be very interesting. Although you could just stick to theory and add a detailed OOP page.
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