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An XP-Style Webpanel

Jason Bentley

Introduction

I recently got the following email from one of our visitors:

I have included an attachment of an XP-style webpanel that I wrote in ASP recently. It can be pulled from a database or come as a static HTML page and there are two different styles. It is an easy sell to move to .NET. Instead of a database, the data could be pulled from the Web.config file or XML file. In .NET, it could also be frameless with postback, which is a small problem in classic ASP.

There are no comments - it pretty much explains itself...

Thanks.
Jason Bentley

Screen Shots

There are two slightly different styles so I've included screen caps of both of them.

An XP-Style Webpanel - Screen Cap - Connected An XP-Style Webpanel - Screen Cap - Floating

Download

You can download a zip file containing the sample scripts and a database connected version from here: webpanel.zip (27 KB).


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