Juan Leung

Caracas, Venezuela

twitter.com/#!/juanleung

Age: 32

  • Coding/Web Ninja
  • JavaScript Enthusiast
  • Full Time Geek
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May
3
awarded Yearling
Jul
18
comment IIS7 URL Filtering
Yeap, i already looked at that site, tried some of those on the web.config but it still allowing access
Jul
18
comment IIS7 URL Filtering
I'm not trying to deny access to the page, i just trying to enforces using the correct url instead of funny url like mywebsite.com/./somepage.aspx
Jul
18
awarded Commentator
Jul
18
comment IIS7 URL Filtering
The period in the url is not part of any directory, I just trying to tighten the security in my website, so when someone try to reach mywebsite.com/./somepage.aspx (should give a forbidden status or not found) the server will do somewhat of url rewrite to mywebsite.com/somepage.aspx (to the actual page)
Jul
18
asked IIS7 URL Filtering
Jul
7
awarded Critic
Jun
18
awarded Constituent
Jun
8
awarded Caucus
May
15
answered validation fails but jQuery valid() is true and $.post executes
May
12
revised Appending new comment to the old comments division
added 1 characters in body
May
12
answered Appending new comment to the old comments division
May
12
revised jquery selector multiple classes on set of <div>'s (contains one class, not the other)
Just added some indentation and some closing tags
May
12
comment jquery selector multiple classes on set of <div>'s (contains one class, not the other)
@adeneo Hey, thanks for notice! Already fixed it, thanks again :)
May
12
revised jquery selector multiple classes on set of <div>'s (contains one class, not the other)
deleted 3 characters in body
May
12
answered jquery selector multiple classes on set of <div>'s (contains one class, not the other)
May
12
answered Asynchronous SQL insert in loop
May
10
answered Can I redefine a JavaScript function from within another function?
May
10
comment accessing siblings in javascript
But in the definition of doSomething, there is a return this.test; ?? if is not, then there's your answer!
May
10
comment Passing function as argument with variables inside - possible?
I updated the answer, hope it helps
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