Three new tutorials for using Access databases in Expression Web
After getting my local configuration issues straightened out with the help of a few MVPs (thanks Dave, Juan & Cowboy), I am finally able to start writing some tutorials on using Access Databases in Expression Web. The first three are up on my web site:
How to create a search form field and pass the search field parameter to an ASP.NET GridView (this one was written with a lot of help from Clark, a frequent contributor at Discussions in Expression Web Designer
How to make a URL clickable in an ASP.NET GridView
How to make an email address clickable in an ASP.NET GridView
Please feel free to try them out and let me know what you think, and what others you would like me to write.