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I read somewhere that MS has integrate SilverLight Toolkit into VS2010. Where is it? I can't find it under Toolbox.
To my displeasure I cannot find VWD2005 which at one time would generate a complete web.config for Ajax so I downloaded and installed VWDE 2010 to a clean install of XP Pro.
I've created a new tab on the toolbar for the controls but after I select the Ajax dll to add the controls to the toolbar it grinds away and then goes poof and closes down the task leaving VWD look as if I had never even created the tab in the toolbar.
Any advice here?
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Im using VS2008, asp.net C# 2.0.
Recently i tryed to correct some stuff on my page and i had a friend to take a look at the stuff...
What i did was that i have Examples page with code examples. Then accordion panes for each code piece...And syntaxhighlighter for each code piece. The code that i presented is read from the txt files wich makes it easyer for me to put new examples on the site...
But the problem is now that two of my accordion panes are not working...and everything works in all other browsers this just happens in Internet Explorer. This is kind of weird and my friends explaination was that there is actually errors in the ajax toolkit dll.
Im using the latest version of ajax toolkit for framework 2.0 wich is 1.0.20229.
My friend said its actually amazing that the toolkit has been out there for that long and it has not been tested that well and that there i still errors in it.
You can test this by your self by doing the exact as i explain:
go here: http://www.simpa.dk/Examples.aspx?cookieCheck=true
and try to open the accordion that is from the bottom 2 or 1 they dont collapse...
but this works in all other browsers then Internet Explore
Can anyone guide me in the right direction or give an example of How I would accomplish this?
I have this so far but kind of stuck on how to do it programtically if I'm using header and content templates
I have a xmldatasource.. In a nutshell at what point in my code do I need to create a new accordion? does it need to be
in the item_databound handler?
Public Class AccordionTemplate
Dim templateType As String
Sub New(ByVal type As String)
templateType = type
Public Sub InstantiateIn(ByVal container As System.Web.UI.Control) _
Dim ph As New PlaceHolder()
Select Case (templateType)
Dim myLabel As Label = New Label()
myLabel.Text = "Test"
Partial Class Accordion
Plz give me the ajax toolkit download link for visual studio 2005.
plz plz plz
i'm newbie to AJAX usage.
i'm using visual web developer 2008 express edition
i downloaded AjaxControlToolkit.Binary.NET35 from codeplex site.
i extracted the zip file.
I added the toolbox to visual web developer by adding a new tab naming it ajax kit.
added tools to it by choose item and selected AjaxControlToolkit.dll ,the one i unzipped.
AJAX tools appear in toolbox.Even after using script manager tool,when i drag one of the contols for example autocompleteextender,i get a circle with black diagonal line indicating i cant use the tool
Why is it so..
when i hard code the the controls in tags in source tab ,i dont get an error but i dont get the tool in design view...
the following lines are also present
<%@ Register assembly="System.Web.Extensions, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35" namespace="System.Web.UI" tagprefix="asp" %><%@ Register assembly="AjaxControlToolkit" namespace="AjaxControlToolkit" tagprefix="ajaxToolkit" %>
Can anyone plz help me...