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Jason Kulatunga

QuietThyme
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Hey @fabriciomrtnz this code has already been integrated into the ASP.Net client. Just pull down the latest version of dotnetopenauth from nuget or github.The coderwall post is more of a how to guide for creating customized ASP.Net clients

Hey @rmacone , I noticed that almost none of the built in Asp.Net clients included email addresses. I created a pull request to add facebook's email scope (which you can find (here)[https://github.com/DotNetOpenAuth/DotNetOpenAuth/pull/208#issuecomment-10701452]) I'll probably create a new coderwall post soon with the custom clients I created to retrieve email address from the other services.

Posted to Fade in page on load over 1 year ago

You might still get a flash of the page when it loads on slow browsers. Instead you might want to add the display:none; style inline and call the fade-in on dom ready.
<body style="display:none;">
</body>

$('body').fadeIn(500);
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