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.
What is better to have a separate mobile or a responsive website? In this post I discuss some benefits and negatives about both options which hopefully will help you come to a better decision. With all the hype over responsive design you might sway in its favour but I think its worth considering your options that best benefit what your are trying to achieve.
Less is an excellent tool for any developer to help mange CSS code. SASS is also a great tool that does a similar job but this post is focused on LESS and bundling it with your ASP.NET MVC web application. It is possible to neatly integrate LESS with the bundling process, which I will explain and provide examples how to implement.
You've probably typed into Google "How to add a facebook app to a page" or something along them lines. In this case Facebook is a bit rubbish at making it easy for you to add your new app to your Facebook page.