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Christopher Miller
Here are a comprehensive listing of Christopher's articles and his bio!
Changing a Web Page's Default Date Format 11-12-99
Christopher Miller, author of an Event Calendar Creation article, has received several questions on how to change the date format for his Event Calendar application. In this article, Christopher shows how to use Local ID (LCID) property of the Session object to set the date format. Very interesting!
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Hooray! - Sorting and Searching Database Tables, Part 3 10-06-99
This article, by Christopher Miller, this third part in a four part series, demonstrates: Sorting and Searching Database Tables; Adding, Deleting, and Updating Records in a Database; Creating a Customized homepage (using a database to store preferences); and Putting It All Together (combines all previous articles as well as others to create Hooray!)! As always, Christopher provides ample explanation, complete source code, and even a working example of Hooray! A very interesting read!
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Hooray! - Sorting and Searching Database Tables, Part 2 08-27-99
This article, by Christopher Miller, the second in a four part series, demonstrates a complete search engine and portal Christopher has decided to call Hooray! This installment demonstrates how to add, update, and delete records in a database table. As always, Christopher provides ample explanation, complete source code, and even a working example of Hooray! A very interesting read!
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Hooray! - Sorting and Searching Database Tables, Part 1 07-21-99
This article, the first in a four part series, demonstrates a complete search engine and portal Christopher has decided to call Hooray! This first installment demonstrates a nifty way to sort and search database tables. As always, Christopher provides ample explanation, complete source code, and even a working example of Hooray! A very interesting read!
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Automaticaly changing the default start page in your visitors browser 06-25-99
This article demonstrates how to set your HTML page to be a user's start page (if the user is using IE5). No longer do users have to edit their Internet Options to alter their homepage; now you can let them make your page their start page with a simple script for IE5!
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Search the Internet from your site! 06-06-99
This article demonstrates how to add a form to your webpage to search many of the Internet's popular search engines, such as Yahoo!, AltaVista, Excite, and others. Christopher provides full code, and a working example of his scripts!
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Creating an Event Calendar 06-05-99
This article demonstrates how to use ASP and ADO to create an event calendar. Users can add events, which will then dynamically appear in the calendar. Christopher provides a thorough explanation of his code, a working example you can check out, and full source code, including the database files he used! An interesting read!
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Creating Custom Bookmark Icons using IE5 05-19-99
This article demonstrates how to assign a custom 16x16 icon to your website's bookmark title in IE5's favorites folder. Also presented is javascript code that will add your site to a web surfer's favorites folder!
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Creating a Customized HomePage 05-15-99
This article demonstrates how to use Cookies to create a customizable homepage, similar to MyYahoo! A very neat article, which not only includes source code, but a link that will demonstrate the script in action!
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Christopher's Bio
Christopher Miller turned doing free web sites for friends and family into a career. Starting with the first site for a local rock band that consisted of a simple bulletin board and music downloads, he now enjoys developing powerful, high-end, database driven web applications for large corporations throrughout the country and all over the world.

Christopher works for an IT company located in Rochester, NY doing everything from dynamic Web-based applications and database design/management to entire network upgrades and domain/exchange server migrations.

Feel free to contact him at cmiller@ILoveWebDesign.com.


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