I had to write a program that updates certain links across some websites. This sounds like a tedious job but I need to add nofollow to these links. If you have a web site with thousands of pages then you don't want to scan and update each one manually. What you need is a script that can do this for you with the benefits it will be faster and more accurate. But at a point the code felt like it was fragile ...
Binding magic or something slightly strange happens when you load in a view in your MVC app with a form field that shows the value of your model "id" property but your controller has a parameter name "id" as well. You most likely expect the field to display the model id but it does not.
There are a few ways you can now set opacity using CSS across web browsers which I will walk though in this post. Including how to set it for older browsers. I will also talk about another idea for setting opacity for an html element.