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# Friday, 06 November 2009

With <authentication mode="Windows"/> in your application and Anonymous access enabled in IIS, you will see the following results:

 

System.Environment.UserName: Computer Name

Page.User.Identity.Name: Blank

System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name: Computer Name

 

With <authentication mode="Windows"/> in your application, and ‘Anonymous access’ disabled and only ‘Integrated Windows Authentication’ in IIS, you will see the following results:

 

System.Environment.UserName: ASPNET (user account used to run ASP.NET service)

Page.User.Identity.Name: Domain\ Windows Account Name

System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name: Computer Name\ASPNET

 

With <authentication mode="Windows"/> and <identity impersonate ="true"/> in your application, and ‘Anonymous access’ disabled and only ‘Integrated Windows Authentication’ in IIS, you will see the following results:

 

System.Environment.UserName: Windows Account Name

Page.User.Identity.Name: Domain\ Windows Account Name

System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name: Domain\ Windows Account Name


With <authentication mode="Forms"/>:

Request.ServerVariables["LOGON_USER"]: Domain\ Windows Account Name


Friday, 06 November 2009 15:04:37 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #    Comments [0] -
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# Thursday, 05 November 2009
Thursday, 05 November 2009 04:57:42 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)  #    Comments [0] -
Softwares
# Friday, 23 October 2009

Solutions for postback problem:
1. Add "<base target = “_self” />" inside <head> tag of the popup.
2. You can use window.open instead of window.showModalDialog.

Solutions for session transfer problem:

1. You can use window.open instead of window.showModalDialog.

2. You can use AJAX modal popup.

 

This seems to be a IE bug (working fine in firefox and chrome), I have this problem if I open the .NET application after opening an instance of IE (say google.com) whereas if I open the former before the latter, things are fine.


Please let me know if anybody has any good solution for this.

Friday, 23 October 2009 12:07:04 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [0] -
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# Wednesday, 30 September 2009

This article describes how to notify users about session expiration and allow them to renew the session.

Controls that need to be added:
1. A Panel with an OK button.

2. A label with session expiration notification message.

3. An AJAX ModalPopupExtender.

4. A dummy button and set ModalPopupExtender’s TargetControlId as this button.

 

This is how it looks:

 

<cc1:ModalPopupExtender ID="modext_promptmessage" runat="server" BehaviorID="popup_promptmessage"

    PopupControlID="pnl_popup" TargetControlID="btn_dummy">

</cc1:ModalPopupExtender>

<asp:Panel ID="pnl_popup" runat="server" Style="display: none">

    <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0">

        <tr valign="top">

            <th>

                Prompt Message

            </th>

        </tr>

        <tr>

            <td>               

                        <label>Your session is going to expire in 2 minutes. Please click OK to renew it."></label>

<asp:Button ID="btn_ok" runat="server" OnClientClick="ResetSession()" Text="OK" />

            </td>

        </tr>

    </table>

</asp:Panel>

 

My code behind class looks like this:

 

   Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load

     

      ' checks whether session expired

      If Current.Session.Keys.Count = 0 Then

                        Response.Redirect("sessionexpired.aspx", True)

            Exit Sub

      End If

 

' Javascript function PromptSessionExpiration() will be called 2 minutes before session expiration (120000 milliseconds)

      Dim strExpireSessionScript As String = String.Format("setTimeout('PromptSessionExpiration()', {0}); ", (Me.Session.Timeout * 60000) - 120000)

      Me.Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock(Me.GetType(), "expirescript", strExpireSessionScript, True)

 

   End Sub

 

   ''' This click event will renew the session, need not add any code inside it

   Protected Sub btn_ok_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btn_ok.Click 

   End Sub

 

 

My javascript:

 

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">

 

    function PromptSessionExpiration() {

              // the function below will be triggered at the 125th second

        setTimeout('CheckSessionStatus()', 125000);

        // show popup

        $find('popup_promptmessage').show();

    }

 

    // handles closing popup

    function ResetSession() {

        $find('popup_promptmessage').hide();

    }

 

    // this function will be called if user doesn’t respond to the prompt message

    // which will redirect to sessionexpired page

    function CheckSessionStatus() {

            window.location = “sessionexpired.aspx”;

    }   

  

 </script>

 

Thanks.

Wednesday, 30 September 2009 19:55:52 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [0] -
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# Tuesday, 15 September 2009

This article shows you how to use ASP.NET AJAX PageMethods to perform Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) operations with an HTML table. Here HTML table acts as a light-weight DataGrid.

 

Inorder to make PageMethods work, following things need to be done:

  1. ScriptManager should be added to your ASPX page.
  2. EnablePageMethods property of the ScriptManager should be set to true.
  3. System.Web.Services namespace should be added as reference on your codebehind class.
  4. Page Methods on your code-behind should be decorated with [WebMethod] attribute.

 

First let us start with Read.


As mentioned above, add a ScriptManager and set its 'EnablePageMethods' property to true. Add an HTML button and an onclick handler to it, and then add an HTML table with thead, tbody and tfoot. Since the HTML table will be referenced from javascript, add id to the table and its body. Here, only HTML tags/controls are used because, server side controls cannot be referenced in PageMethods.


Your ASPX page should look something like this.

 

<body>

    <form id="form1" runat="server">   

        <asp:ScriptManager ID="ScriptManager1" runat="server" EnablePageMethods ="true" ></asp:ScriptManager>

        <%--This click event handles loading data from the database--%>

        <input id="btn_load" type="button" value="Load" onclick = "LoadData()" />

        <br /><br />

    <div>

        <table style=" height: 100%; border: solid 1px #000" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="1" id="tbl_grid" border = "1">

            <thead style = "background-color: #666; color: #fff">

                <tr>

                    <td style="width: 100px;">

                        Column1

                    </td>

                    <td style="width: 500px;">

                        Column2

                    </td>

                    <td style="width: 150px;">

                        Edit

                    </td>

                </tr>

            </thead>

            <tbody id="tbody_grid">

            </tbody>

            <tfoot>

                <tr>

                    <td style="width: 100px;">

                        <input id="txt_addcol1" style ="width: 30px" type="text" />

                    </td>

                    <td style="width: 500px;">

                        <input id="txt_addcol2" type="text"  style ="width: 300px" />

                    </td>

                    <td style="width: 150px;">                   

                        <%--This click event handles adding data to the database--%>

                        <input id="btn_add" type="button" onclick = "Add()" value="Add" />

                    </td>

                </tr>

            </tfoot>

        </table>

    </div>

    </form>

</body>

 

Now add your JavaScript function to load data from the database using PageMethods. PageMethod call should always have a success handler (this will be executed if the page method is executed successfully) and an exception handler (this will be executed if an exception is thrown). Say suppose we added 'GetData()' as the page method on the code behind, our javascript will be PageMethods.GetData(SuccessHandler, ExceptionHandler). Just for understanding, I have named the success and exception handler appropriately, you can name them as you wish. In case, the page methods takes parameters, you can add like PageMethods.GetData(param1, param2, SuccessHandler, ExceptionHandler).

Page methods should be decorated with [WebMethod] attribute and should be declared as static. Its signature shoul look something like this:

[WebMethod]

public static string GetData()


Page method to return data to javascript.


public partial class AJAXGrid : System.Web.UI.Page

{

    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)

    {

 

    }


    [WebMethod]

    public static IEnumerable<MyEntity> GetData()

    {

        try

        {                  

Data fetch part should go here

            // used List, as collections are serializable. See below for MyEntity class

            List<MyEntity> MyEntities = new List<MyEntity>();

 

            MyEntities.Add("1", "abc");

MyEntities.Add("2", "xyz");

MyEntities.Add("3", "pqr");

MyEntities.Add("4", "mno");


return MyEntities; 

}

        catch(Exception ex)

        {

            throw ex;

        }

 

    }
}


MyEntity class

 

public class MyEntity

{

    private string _Column1;

 

    public string Column1

    {

      get { return _Column1; }

      set { _Column1 = value; }

    }

   

    private string _Column2;

 

    public string Column2

    {

      get { return _Column2; }

      set { _Column2 = value; }

    }

 

    public MyEntity(string sCol1, string sCol2)

    {

        _Column1 = sCol1;

        _Column2 = sCol2;

    }

}

 

Javascript function that calls page method and populates the HTML table
 

<script type ="text/javascript" language = "javascript ">

 

//Loading Data

 

    // Handles btn_load click event

    function LoadData() {

 

        // If data was fetched successfully, SuccessHandler will be called; else, ExceptionHandler

        PageMethods.GetData(SuccessHandler, ExceptionHandler);

 

  // Incase parameters need to be passed to PageMethods, you can do like this PageMethods.GetData(param1, param2, SuccessHandler, ExceptionHandler)

 

 

    }

 

    // After fetching the data successfully

    function SuccessHandler(result) {

 

        var tbody = $get("tbody_grid");

        // clear the table

        for (var j = tbody.rows.length; j > 0; j--) {

            tbody.deleteRow(j - 1);

        }

        // populate the table

        for (var i = 0; i < result.length; i++) {

            //two columns fetched from database are sent as parameters

            AddRow(result[i].Column1, result[i].Column2);        

        }

        return true;

    }

 

    // Edit and Delete buttons are added to the rows

    function AddRow(col1, col2) {

        var tbody = $get("tbody_grid");

        var row = document.createElement("tr")

        var td1 = document.createElement("td")

        td1.innerText = col1;

        var td2 = document.createElement("td");

        td2.innerText = col2;

        var td3 = document.createElement("td");

        // add buttons

        var btnEdit = document.createElement('input');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('type', 'button');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('name', 'Edit');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('value', 'Edit');

        // first parentNode represents <td> and the second represents <tr>

        btnEdit.onclick = function() { Edit(this.parentNode.parentNode); };

        var btnDelete = document.createElement('input');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('type', 'button');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('name', 'Delete');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('value', 'Delete');

        btnDelete.onclick = function() { DeleteRow(this.parentNode.parentNode); };

        td3.appendChild(btnEdit);

        td3.appendChild(btnDelete);

        row.appendChild(td1);

        row.appendChild(td2);

        row.appendChild(td3);

        tbody.appendChild(row);       

    }

 

    // Handles exception

    function ExceptionHandler(result) {

    }


After populating the HTML table 



Javascript functions to handle Edit, Update, Delete and Insert:


Editing Data

 

    //  this function handles edit button click

    function Edit(row) {

 

        var col1 = row.childNodes[0].innerText;

        var col2 = row.childNodes[1].innerText;

       

        // populates values in textboxes and displays Update and Cancel buttons

        var editableRow = document.createElement("tr")

        var td1 = document.createElement("td")

        var txtBox1 = document.createElement('input');

        txtBox1.setAttribute('type', 'text');

        txtBox1.setAttribute('name', 'col1');

        txtBox1.setAttribute('value', col1);

        txtBox1.setAttribute('width', 30);

        td1.appendChild(txtBox1);

        var td2 = document.createElement("td");

        var txtBox2 = document.createElement('input');

        txtBox2.setAttribute('width', 300);

        txtBox2.setAttribute('type', 'text');

        txtBox2.setAttribute('name', 'col1');

        txtBox2.setAttribute('value', col2);

        td2.appendChild(txtBox2);

        var td3 = document.createElement("td");

        var btnUpdate = document.createElement('input');

        btnUpdate.setAttribute('type', 'button');

        btnUpdate.setAttribute('name', 'Update');

        btnUpdate.setAttribute('value', 'Update');

        btnUpdate.onclick = function() { Update(this.parentNode.parentNode); };

        var btnCancel = document.createElement('input');

        btnCancel.setAttribute('type', 'button');

        btnCancel.setAttribute('name', 'Cancel');

        btnCancel.setAttribute('value', 'Cancel');

        btnCancel.onclick = function() { Cancel(this.parentNode.parentNode); };

        td3.appendChild(btnUpdate);

        td3.appendChild(btnCancel);

        editableRow.appendChild(td1);

        editableRow.appendChild(td2);

        editableRow.appendChild(td3);

        row.parentNode.replaceChild(editableRow, row);

    }


After edit button click



 

Updating Data

 

    //  this function handles update button click

    function Update(row) {

 

        // fetches values entered in the textboxes

        // first childNode represent <td> inside <tr> and second childNode represents textbox

        var col1 = row.childNodes[0].childNodes[0].value;

        var col2 = row.childNodes[1].childNodes[0].value;

 

        // values sent to server

        PageMethods.UpdateData(col1, col2, UpdateSuccess(row), ExceptionHandler);      

    }

 

    // After updating the values successfully

    function UpdateSuccess(row) {

 

        var col1 = row.childNodes[0].childNodes[0].value;

        var col2 = row.childNodes[1].childNodes[0].value;

 

        var editableRow = document.createElement("tr")

        var td1 = document.createElement("td")

        td1.innerText = col1;

        var td2 = document.createElement("td");

        td2.innerText = col2;

        var td3 = document.createElement("td");

        var btnEdit = document.createElement('input');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('type', 'button');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('name', 'Edit');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('value', 'Edit');

        btnEdit.onclick = function() { Edit(this.parentNode.parentNode); };

        var btnDelete = document.createElement('input');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('type', 'button');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('name', 'Delete');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('value', 'Delete');

        btnDelete.onclick = function() { DeleteRow(this.parentNode.parentNode); };

        td3.appendChild(btnEdit);

        td3.appendChild(btnDelete);

        editableRow.appendChild(td1);

        editableRow.appendChild(td2);

        editableRow.appendChild(td3);

        row.parentNode.replaceChild(editableRow, row);

 

    }

 

    // this function handles cancel button click

    function Cancel(row) {

 

        // values are again populated in labels instead of textboxes

        var col1 = row.childNodes[0].childNodes[0].value;

        var col2 = row.childNodes[1].childNodes[0].value;

 

        var editableRow = document.createElement("tr")

        var td1 = document.createElement("td")

        td1.innerText = col1;

        var td2 = document.createElement("td");

        td2.innerText = col2;

        var td3 = document.createElement("td");

        var btnEdit = document.createElement('input');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('type', 'button');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('name', 'Edit');

        btnEdit.setAttribute('value', 'Edit');

        btnEdit.onclick = function() { Edit(this.parentNode.parentNode); };

        var btnDelete = document.createElement('input');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('type', 'button');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('name', 'Delete');

        btnDelete.setAttribute('value', 'Delete');

        btnDelete.onclick = function() { DeleteRow(this.parentNode.parentNode); };

        td3.appendChild(btnEdit);

        td3.appendChild(btnDelete);

        editableRow.appendChild(td1);

        editableRow.appendChild(td2);

        editableRow.appendChild(td3);

        row.parentNode.replaceChild(editableRow, row);

    }

 

    //  this function handles 'add' button click

    function Add() {

 

        var col1 = $get("txt_addcol1").value;

        var col2 = $get("txt_addcol2").value;

 

        // data sent to the database

        PageMethods.InsertData(col1, col2, AddSuccess(col1, col2), ExceptionHandler);        

 

    }

 

    // After adding the data successfully

    function AddSuccess(col1, col2) {

 

        // add the values to the table

        AddRow(col1, col2);

       

        // clear the textboxes in the footer

        $get("txt_addcol1").value = "";

        $get("txt_addcol2").value = "";

       

    }

 

Deleting Data

 

    // this function handles delete button click

    function DeleteRow(row) {

 

        var col1 = row.childNodes[0].innerText;

        // delete from the database

        PageMethods.DeleteData(col1, DeleteSuccess(row), ExceptionHandler);

    }

 

    function DeleteSuccess(row) {

        // delete the row from the table

        var tbody = $get("tbody_grid");

        tbody.removeChild(row);

    }

   

 

</script>

 

Page methods to handle Edit, Update, Delete and Insert:

           

 

    [WebMethod]

    public static void UpdateData(string sCol1, string sCol2)

    {

  try

        {                  

        Data update part should go here     

        }

        catch(Exception ex)

        {

            throw ex;

        }

 

    }

 

    [WebMethod]

    public static void InsertData(string sCol1, string sCol2)

    {

        try

        {

                          Data insert part should go here        

        }

        catch(Exception ex)

        {

            throw ex;

        }

    }

 

    [WebMethod]

    public static void DeleteData(string sCol1)

    {

        try

        {

                           Data delete part should go here         

        }

        catch (Exception ex)

        {

            throw ex;

        }

    }

}


We can add paging and sorting too.


This code has been tested in IE7+, Firefox, Chrome and Safari.

 

Some of the limitations in using ASP.NET AJAX PageMethods:

1.       We can't access asp.net server controls (like TextBox control) in the WebMethod directly as we normally access in the server side methods.

2.       We can't access any variable declared in the code behind.

Advantage: PageMethods is a simple lightweight way to submit/fetch data to the server using ASP.NET AJAX. This doesn't submit whole page data to the server and also as opposed to the ASP.NET AJAX call back this doesn't even fire the Page_Load and other Page events of the code behind page.




Tuesday, 15 September 2009 20:24:25 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [3] -
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# Saturday, 01 August 2009

As I started getting too many spams because of bots, I implemented Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart (CAPTCHA) in all the interactive pages of my site.

 

Took the control from here http://www.codeproject.com/KB/custom-controls/CaptchaControl.aspx, and customized according to my needs. The code was easy to understand and customize.

Saturday, 01 August 2009 18:45:44 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [0] -
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# Tuesday, 16 June 2009

I got a chance to work on the below documentation softwares recently, were pretty good. There might be some other softwares better than these, if so, let me know.

  1. SQLSpec – For database documentation, it supports various databases like MS SQL Server, Oracle, Access, DB2, Sybase etc. It is very easy to use, however, customizations like excluding objects and xml commenting took me sometime. It creates MSDN help file style documents. Download link - http://www.elsasoft.org/
  2. SandCastle – Free software, for .NET project documentation. Supports .NET 1.1, 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5.  It is also very easy to use and creates MSDN help file style documents.  Download it from here http://www.codeplex.com/Sandcastle and install it, and then install SandCastle Help File Builder from here http://www.codeplex.com/SHFB

Tuesday, 16 June 2009 18:44:48 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [0] -
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# Monday, 01 June 2009

You can add your own configuration sections in Web.config or App.config file. There might be some good way to do it, if so, please let me know.

 

Step 1

Add the follwing inside <configSections> tag:

<configSections>

    <section name ="customSection" type ="System.Configuration.NameValueSectionHandler"/>

</configSections>

 

Step 2

Add your custom section before or after <appSettings> but after <configSections>

<customSection>

  <add key="key1" value="value1" />

  <add key="key2" value="value2" />

</customSection>

 

Your app.config will be like this

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<configuration>

  <configSections>

      <section name ="customSection" type ="System.Configuration.NameValueSectionHandler"/>

  </configSections>

 

  <!--<Custom Seciton>-->

<customSection>

  <add key="key1" value="value1" />

  <add key="key2" value="value2" />

</customSection>

 

 <appSettings>

    <add key="tesing" value="abc" />

 </appSettings>

 

  <system.web>

  </system.web>

</configuration>

  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 3

How to access it?

 

NameValueCollection colCustomSection = (NameValueCollection)ConfigurationManager.GetSection("customSection");

string key, value;

 

for (int count = 0; count < colCustomSection.Count; count++)

{

   // we can get the keys

   key = colCustomSection.GetKey(count);

   // we can get the values

   value = colCustomSection.Get(count);

 

}

 

 

To add multiple sections

 

Add this inside <configSections>

<configSections>

<sectionGroup name ="customSectionGroup">

    <section name ="customSection1" type ="System.Configuration.NameValueSectionHandler"/>

    <section name ="customSection2" type ="System.Configuration.NameValueSectionHandler"/>

</sectionGroup>

</configSections>

 

Add this around your custom section:

<customSectionGroup>

<customSection1>

  <add key="key1" value="value1" />

  <add key="key2" value="value2" />

</customSection1>

<customSection2>

  <add key="key1" value="value1" />

  <add key="key2" value="value2" />

</customSection2>

</customSectionGroup>

 

To access it, just change the path:

NameValueCollection colCustomSection = (NameValueCollection)ConfigurationManager.GetSection("customSectionGroup/customSection1");

 

customSectionGroup/customSection1 or customSectionGroup/customSection2

 

Monday, 01 June 2009 18:43:34 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [0] -
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# Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Feature 1 - Face recognition: Though this feature was released on 9/02/2008, I noticed it only recently. Worth trying it!

 

How to use it?

  • Log into Picasa Web Album, go to Settings (top right corner) page, you will be able to find a section ‘Name Tags’, and right below it there should be a button ‘Turn name tags ON’, click it. After few seconds Picasa will start auto face recognition, you should be able to see the progress on the right side of your picasa home page.
  • Once it is done, you can click a photo (your photo or any of your friend’s photos) from any of your albums, picasa will show a rectangle around the face of the person in the photo, you can add a name tag.
  • Now, go to ‘People’ tab and add more name tags. See below video for more info.



 

Feature 2 – Email Upload: You can upload photos to your album by forwarding emails addressed to your picasa emailid. You will be able to add a picasa emailid on Settings page, under ‘Upload Photos by Email’ section.

 

Feature 3 – Meta tag info: I think this was there since picasa was introduced, but I came to know this only recently from one of my friends. I added few web albums and sent the links to my friend; he was able to tell the camera that was used to take the photographs, apertures, focal length etc. Picasa reads the meta tag info of the photo and displays on the right hand side of the photo under ‘Photo Information’, click link more info.

Wednesday, 27 May 2009 18:42:08 (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [0] -
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# Tuesday, 12 May 2009

I'll usually set my font-sizes in units of 'pt', but this gave me weird results when I increased my monitor's DPI from 96 to 120 (as all the fonts were too small in my HD wide-screen monitor, I increased it). I was doing some research on this and I came across this article, this article clearly explains the right unit to use while developing websites. Though this article says percent (%) is the best, I have used 'px', as it gave me consistent results in IE, Mozilla and Chrome.

Click here to see the article.

You can use the below chart for conversion:

Points Pixels Ems Percent
6pt 8px 0.5em 50%
7pt 9px 0.55em 55%
7.5pt 10px 0.625em 62.5%
8pt 11px 0.7em 70%
9pt 12px 0.75em 75%
10pt 13px 0.8em 80%
10.5pt 14px 0.875em 87.5%
11pt 15px 0.95em 95%
12pt 16px 1em 100%
13pt 17px 1.05em 105%
13.5pt 18px 1.125em 112.5%
14pt 19px 1.2em 120%
14.5pt 20px 1.25em 125%
15pt 21px 1.3em 130%
16pt 22px 1.4em 140%
17pt 23px 1.45em 145%
18pt 24px 1.5em 150%
20pt 26px 1.6em 160%
22pt 29px 1.8em 180%
24pt 32px 2em 200%
26pt 35px 2.2em 220%
27pt 36px 2.25em 225%
28pt 37px 2.3em 230%
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