.Net, ASP.NET, C#, Programming

C# Getting the Prior Month Start and End Dates with the Correct Times

It seems like a simple task, but can end up being a bit tricky depending on how you write your code. I’ve seen a lot of examples of getting the start date and end date for a month but a lot of them are inaccurate or even incomplete and fail to take certain situations into account. In this article I’ll go through an example of playing around with getting the start day and end day of the previous month along with finding the right starting and ending times.

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Programming

SharePoint: A JavaScript Snippet to Alert the Page Title

In SharePoint you can link the quick launch bar to a page or a control such as a calendar or a document library. Regardless of their type, all of these have a title element that helps you to identify where you currently are.

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.Net, ASP.NET, C#, HTML, Programming, VB.NET, Web Development, WebForms

How to Launch Remote Desktop in all Browsers via a Web Link

Giving your users the ability to launch Remote Desktop from a Web link via RDP file is useful in a number of different scenarios. This is especially the case on a corporate Intranet where you want to maximize usability for employees and minimize the number of clicks.

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