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id vs name of a textbox Link 
MUBEEZI M 
4/23/2013
Dear Richard,

In my previous question, i forgot to ask, can i use both name and id in the same textbox? Does it mater if the id "name" is the same as the name?

MICAH


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id vs name of a textbox Link 
MUBEEZI M 
4/23/2013
Dear Richard,

Under what circumstances can i use name or id of a form control?

I just noticed that i get mixed results when i use the getElementByid in javascript. For instance, if a control has a name property and not id, it throws errors at times. if i rename all my controls to id instead of name, would it be dangerous in any way? Read More...
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back up online db Link 
Mubeezi Micah 
4/12/2013
Thank you Richard. That was super fast.
I have been backing with using expression web but i find this method cumbersome.
I will try the second option that you proposed.

MICAH
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back up online db Link 
Mubeezi Micah 
4/12/2013
Dear Richard,

I have an online db hosted by Godaddy. How can i back it periodically using ASP code? Doing manually is unrealistic because may be i can forget. I would like to for instance write a code that says "do a backup once 50 new records have been entered into the db" or "count the number of times users have logged in, back up on the 50th occasion" Read More...
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save as PDF or CSV file Link 
forrest 
3/14/2013
I made a year, make, model, in excel and tried to save it as a CSV file through save as but the variations   have disappeared so I cant use it on a web page. Any suggestions?  Thanks  Forrest
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