Tag Archives | AJAX

siteBOSS Website Content Management System

I’m putting the finishing touches to my upgraded Content Managment System. It’s called siteBOSS and is made up of several different components that are designed to help the small business owner and entrepreneur do business online. I’ve upgraded the core of the system with a new rich text editor from Telerik. This puppy is fabulous! […]

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Geocoding with Google

I’ve been working on a project using the Google maps API recently. I’ve been using it to return the latitude and longtitude of an address and then comparing it against a geo-coded file in a database. The Google maps API is pretty extensive and fairly easy to use. However, there are some things that you […]

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What Is Web 2.0?

I’ve seen a lot of posts recently about web 2.0 and it seems there are a lot of different ideas about what it is exactly. I guess this is not surprising as it is marketers and marketing departments in companies that are trying to define it. If that’s the case I think those camps will […]

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Back In The Saddle

I’ve been so busy for the last few months and have so many things to share here that I don’t know where to start. So I’m going to list some recent projects and then provide information on them over the next few posts. This will bring me up-to-date and hopefully I’ll keep this blog going […]

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AJAX callback using ASPXLAB control

I’ve been promoting two software tools that I use to do keyword research. They are Keywords Analyzer and Keyword Elite. Both are excellent tools and I use them both regularly. I am promoting them on what is known as a ‘Squeeze Page’. This is a page that is setup to collect a name and email […]

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AJAX – not for cleaning the toilet with!

Ajax, shorthand for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML basically allows you to post back to your web server and return without a full refresh of the page. It’s very nice for the website visitor as just the requested area of a page can be refreshed, so the interaction with the web server seems almost non existent. […]

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