Display The Screen Size And The List Of Fonts Snippets

Delphi code to display the screen size and the list of fonts

13 February, 2013   

PHP Code example for ASCII CAPTCHA

05 February, 2011   

Link to CSS files: You essentially hotlink directly to CSS files on Google. Through URL parameters, you specificity which fonts you want, and what variations of those fonts.

Display an image anywhere on the screen, without using UI Builder. You can use this for other types of views as well.

By default Symfony displays forms in tables, with each new input being a table row. If you want to display your forms more semantically with fieldsets and lists, Symfony has a list formatter built in. You can tell an individual form to display as a list using the code below.

11 May, 2013   

Generate CAPTCHA images for form validation without any outside library's or plug-ins

28 November, 2015   

CSS example safe fonts List for web

08 December, 2012   

Full screen background image using pure CSS3.

Example code for merge sort of an integer list

28 December, 2011   

Delphi Code Example for Print Screen using Quick Reports

C++ source code for singly linked list - insert, remove, add, count

As the most important building block of any Delphi application, the TForm object is most of the times used as is. Delphi's TForm object provides enough properties and events to help you do (and control) whatever needed with it. Sometimes you'll find out that a few events or properties are missing... Try creating a simple form application. Now...

16 August, 2011   

Display an image anywhere on the screen, without using UI Builder. You can use this for other types of views as well.

07 September, 2011   

How to Center a form on the screen

Iterate enumerative and associate array using for loop in php.

Due to the default Windows handling of the WM_GETMINMAXINFO message, the max size of the form is set to the screen size. Add a button to a form and try this:

30 August, 2015   

Loads the contents of a dir an sorts them by the date of creation.

A custom Delphi function, FormatByteSize, converts a byte value into a string that represents the number expressed as a size value in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, or gigabytes, depending on the size.

29 January, 2011   

Cufon 101

30 August, 2011   

Calculates the total size of a MySQL database in KB/MB or GB...