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Quick Search Engine Safe URL Module Update
Update 2010-03-23 – Sorry, but the images and downloads were hosted on a server that is no longer available. I will try to find the sample code bits and images on a backup sometime! I've received several emails regarding some errant debug code that was left in the Search Engine Safe URL HttpModule that I created and published on this blog. Lines 85 – 88 (found below) of the SesRequestFilter class were written to monitor the response buffer as I was developing this module. FileStream fs = File.OpenWrite(String.Forma... ......

Posted On Friday, July 15, 2005 3:09 PM

Google Print
This may be old news, but I recently discovered Google Print. This service will searched published, printed works for keywords and display actual previews from the text with the keyword(s) highlighted - brilliant! Here's a link to my name in Ben Forta's Regex book. http://print.google.com/pri... I'm not sure how many printed ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 8, 2005 3:19 PM

Search Engine Safe Urls in ASP.NET
Update 2010-03-23 – Sorry, but the images and downloads were hosted on a server that is no longer available. I will try to find the sample code bits and images on a backup sometime! I first came across Search Engine Safe (SES) URLs a year or two ago when Erik Voldengen and Bert Dawson created the CF_sesConverter Custom Tag for ColdFusion applications (http://www.fusium.com/inde... This tag would accept a modified Query String, which looked ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 4, 2004 8:01 AM

Ben Forta's New Regular Expression Book
If you don't know who Ben Forta is, there is something wrong with you! He is the reason that I am now a professional developer. Anywho, Ben is at it again, and has written a teriffic book on Regular Expressions. Sams Teach Yourself Regular Expressions in 10 Minuteshttp://www.forta.com... you want to learn about Regular Expressions, this book is a must. It also helps that I contributed to this book by porting his ColdFusion sample application to ASP.NET (which is available for download ......

Posted On Monday, March 8, 2004 9:41 PM

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