Archive for June, 2005

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Regular expression for e-mail

Regular expressions can be very useful and efficient if used properly. For a while now in some of our applications we have been using the following regular expression to check e-mail addresses for proper formatting. ^[_a-z0-9-]+(.[_a-z0-9-]+)*@[a-z0-9-]+(.[a-z0-9-]+)*.(([a-z]{2,3})|(aero|coop|info|museum|name))$ This will ensure that the user has entered a properly formatted e-mail address such as user@domain.com.

Gustavus search plugins

Update (October 25, 2006) — These plugins have been updated and are compatible with Firefox 2 and Internet Explorer 7. If you have recently converted to the new and increasingly popular web browser, Mozilla Firefox, you may have noticed that there is a built-in search box that can search different sites such as Google, Yahoo!, […]

The Legacy of the Nobel Conference website

Each year Web Services is handed the task of creating a website for the Nobel Conference. This site is intended to provide accessible information to be used in the publicizing of the Nobel Conference. Designs for this site in the past have maintained the look-and-feel of the poster and other promotional materials for that year’s […]

New onCampus pages

The Gustavus onCampus pages are intended to serve three distinct on-campus audiences: students, faculty, and employees. They have evolved from being a mere collection of useful links to an aggregation of important information and online tools such as calendar events, campus news, directory search, and local weather. We just put the new and improved onCampus […]