About Mads Kristensen

Mads Kristensen currently works as a Senior Developer at Traceworks located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Mads graduated from Copenhagen Technical Academy with a multimedia degree in 2003, but has been a professional developer since 2000. His main focus is on ASP.NET but is responsible for Winforms, Windows- and web services in his daily work as well. A true .NET developer with great passion for the simple solution.

Fixing The “Click To Activate” Flash Content In IE

In the good name of internet security, Microsoft added a feature in Internet Explorer that disables automatic activation of objects. All objects in an HTML <object> tag is affected and that includes Java applets and Adobe Flash content.

Better String Control In ASP.NET

Whenever I had to add a string to a web controls control collection I’ve always used the Literal control like this:

Adding Social Bookmark Links to ASP.NET Pages

Social bookmarking is often thought of as being something used only on blogs. That’s probably because you only see them on blogs, when they in fact could be used at most other types of websites as well.

Validating a URL with Regular Expressions
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I had to build web form that took user input from standard ASP.NET input controls. In one of the text boxes the user must enter a valid URL, so I had to make some validation logic.

Where is the .NET Love?

The developer community has gotten big on the Internet the last couple of years – very big.

ASP.NET: Server-side and Client-side Caching

Caching is a very easy solution to many performance related issues on almost any website.

IE 7 Final Release

IE 7 final will be released very soon, but already now you can download it.

Web Developers Vs. Traditional Developers on CSS

In the year of 2006 it can be hard to avoid doing web development to some extent no matter what kind of developer you are.

Add variables to standard CSS stylesheets in ASP.NET
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After reading a post on The Cafes about the lack of dynamics in the CSS language, I found myself inspired to do something about it.

ASP.NET Client-Callback – Simplicity vs. Performance

In light of the rising popularity of AJAX during the last couple of years, Microsoft wanted to include the feature natively into ASP.NET’s object model.