Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Using accesskeys for previous/next

I happened to read http://linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2004-02-24-023-26-OP-CY-DV-0100 wherein it was said that accesskeys for previous or next is as follows:

1. Mozilla/Netscape: Ctrl+Alt+P or Ctrl+Alt+N
2. IE: Alt+P or Alt+N, then press RETURN

But I always prefer using, ALT + right arrow for moving to the next screen and ALT + left arrow for moving to the previous screen in IE

Friday, February 13, 2004

VALENTINE'S DAY

Without LOVE - days are

Sadday
Moanday
Tearsday
Wasteday
Thirstday
Frightday
Shatterday

SO...FALL IN LOVE.....HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY :)

Monday, February 09, 2004

Posting a message ...

Are you a member of any online community?
Do you post messages / queries in forums, usergroups etc., ?

Then I suggest you to have a look @ "Making good NewsGroup Posts"

Saturday, February 07, 2004

myDoom could not dislodge Microsoft site :)

Generally people always used to complain about weak security of MS products and servers ... this post is for all those people :)

MyDoom could make SCO's web-site go offline but could not harm MS web-site. For more information on this check out this article.

Wednesday, February 04, 2004

Closing the parent window ...

Many times I have been asked how to close a parent window without getting that ugly warning dialogbox. You know what the solution is pretty straight forward :)

Script of the Parent window:

<html>
 <head>
  <Script language=""javaScript"">
   window.opener=self;
   window.close();
   window.open('test.htm','Test','fullscreen');
  </script>
 </head>
 <body>
 </body>
</html>

Here 'Test' is a name of the window. You can give any name of your choice there. 'test.htm' is the name of the file which would be opened in fullscreen. This way we could avoid that ugly warning dialogbox.

Tuesday, February 03, 2004

Credit ...

Sometime back I happened to check the George Hernandez's site http://www.georgehernandez.com/. In one of his page I found an error in his code snippet. I sent him a note on the same with a code snippet which could be used instead.

George has reviewed it and has responed back:

Vadivel:

Hey thanks a lot for the correction. I updated my page with your
suggestion and credited you for it.

http://www.georgehernandez.com/xDatabases/SQL/Programming/HandyCode.htm#Get%20info%20about%20columns%20in%20all%20databases%20in%20a%20server

-George