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  1. I cannot share a link for this due to the confidentiality of the website, but hopefully my ask is fairly simple to answer. I have a landing page with links to certain pages with visibility set to PRIVATE. Of course, if someone clicks a private link, the are redirected to a password page. If they enter the correct password, it reveals the page. Here’s my question: I need a solution for the link to the private page that triggers a popup password entry. This is not a membership site. There will be no roles or usernames. I want the functionality as it is but I don’t want the visitor redi
  2. <!doctype html><html><head><meta charset="utf-8"><title>Untitled Document</title><style type="text/css">.sectionseparator { background-image:url(/asset/image/accordion_icon_sprite.png); background-position:0px 0px;}.sectionseparator:hover { background-image:url(/asset/image/accordion_icon_sprite.png); background-position:0px 101px;}.sectionseparator.open { background-image:url(/asset/image/accordion_icon_sprite.png); background-position:0px 27px;}.sectionseparator.open:hover { background-image:url(/asset/image/accordion_icon_sprite.png); background-pos
  3. I have Table2 with a foreign key to Table1. I want to create a trigger that automatically update Table2 when Table1 is updated. Here is what's on my mind: create trigger MyTrigger on Table1 instead of update asif UPDATE(Table1_ID)begin declare @OldID as int, @NewID as int; select @OldID=P_ID from deleted; select @NewID=P_ID from inserted; update Table2 set Table1_ID=@NewID where Table2.Table1_ID=@OldID; update Table1 set Table1_ID=@NewID where Table1_ID=@OldID;end I received an error from SQL Server indicating that there was a conflict with the foreign key constraint when I tried to update
  4. Background: According to the W3Schools webpage the "rel" attribute should only be used with the <a> tag when the "href" attribute is present. In contrast, the "rel" attribute is used in jQuery Tools with the <img> element and the "src" attribute. There is an obvious contradiction here. Question One: Just how flexible is the "rel" attribute? Can it be used with any HTML element that refers to a link? If not, just what are its exact limitations? Question Two: Is it possible to reconfigure jQuery Tools dynamically so that an attribute other than the "rel" attribute can be used
  5. The following code works as intended when a page is loaded with the defined elements, but does not if it is to be called on a MVC partial view rendering. I understand why it doesn’t is because the page has already loaded but the elements this code acts on have not been loaded. I have tried referencing the source of the code in the partial view .ascx file and have also tried loading the code within script tags: these do not work. Any help on how I can get this to work on a partial view/page update would be appreciated. Sliding.js // This is a reduced accordion effect on div class hideableItem
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