While working with GridView in ASP.NET, most of the time we used HyperlinkField column to navigate from one page to  different page with some value as argument.  In this blog post I have explained how can we pass multiple parameter with HyperLinkField in GridView. To implement this features you need to know about  DataNavigationUrlField and  DataNavigateUrlFormatString properties of HyperLinkField. Let’s assume that you have […]

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Are you getting the “500 Internal Server Error” from your Drupal site all of a sudden? Well, don’t you worry, as in this article I’ll list one of the most common reasons why this error happens, so what are we waiting for? Let’s roll. Before I get into the reasons, let’s first understand what this […]

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Choosing how to migrate a .NET Framework library to .NET 6 (or the future .NET 7, .NET 8, etc.) depends on each application. Or maybe you don’t even need to migrate. You could add on to your existing libraries so they target multiple frameworks. This is known as “Multi-Targeting:” one package with two (or more) libraries. It’s […]

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This popular website CMS powers over 40% of all websites in the world including Microsoft, Facebook, PlayStation, Toyota and many more. But why have so many big brands made the jump? Here are 3 reasons successful businesses are switching to WordPress—and why you should consider doing so too. #1Flexibility and Scalability WordPress simplifies the process of improving your site’s user experience […]

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ASP.NET Core bugs in a production environment can be prevented through the use of testing. This can be done with automated tests, such as unit testing. In addition, manual testing can be done through the use of QA engineer. Whichever way we do it, the end goal is to eliminate production environment bugs. However, despite […]

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Your WordPress site has vanished and in its place is an obscure message informing you “there has been a critical error on this website.” What’s going on? And more importantly, how do you get your website back online? Below the error message, a link leads you to some information related to debugging WordPress. You’re not interested […]

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Ever got phished? This is literally nothing to be proud of but it is absolutely common now for every one of us to receive phishing emails almost daily, if not a few in a day. “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, […]

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WooCommerce is the best WordPress plugin for eCommerce and Bookings. This have also made the Automattic the company behind WordPress to acquire it.  This platform is also even better than other eCommerce solutions. I think the reason is the WordPress Community that offer an unlimited library with plugins and themes for WooCommerce. WooCommerce plugin have […]

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When evaluating WordPress alternatives, you have several different options. You can select another open-source content management system. Or, if you’re looking for hosting and website building tools in one place, you can select a proprietary CMS. A proprietary CMS will usually offer more functionality as well, like built-in SEO tools and advanced security features. However, if you […]

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