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Hi again, i have a client that needs me to create a custom view on thier webpage similar to Microsoft Word.
It goes about that, when I click on an image it redirects me to another page and must create a custom view for a certain paragraph on that page. I am not sure how to do this and wonder if anyone knows how.
I am using C# programming language if that helps at all.
I want to have the background of my masterpage (the master page for all of my .aspx pages) have a sort of gradient. I imagine the only way I can do that is with an image. Or maybe even some other design, but I want to move away from the "solid color" background.
Is the easiest way to do this just to make an image and set that as the background? What image size should I make it, because some users could possibly have the normal aspect ratio, or maybe a widescreen? What should I make it like so that it looks good on all computers?
Thanks in advance. :)
I wonder about how this autoscroll is working on a page. For example when entering a page that I have set up named "test.aspx",
I want to 'autoscroll' down to a specific textrow that I have so that textrow exactly will be on the very top of the browser window.
I wonder how you do this task? Thanks!
I've been tearing my hair out over this one for the past couple of days...
I am using VS2008 & IIS7 with Windows 7 & IE8. I am debugging locally.
On a certain situation on my screen, VS cannot postback a page. I am getting the following error and have tried everything I can think of to resolve the issue, but to no avail.... I have used local IIS and also just the internal web server as well.
Unable to download pagename.aspx from localhost.
Unable to open this Internet site. The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found.
Please try again later.
Somebody had to run into this before... Can someone please help????
We are using asp.net StateServer for asp.net session management. In our project we need to make sure that if a user is already logged in and if he is trying to acess the website from a different browser tab, we need to inform him that he is already logged in in another tab and use it instead of opening a new session. Consider the following scenarios:
1. User is logged on in tab1 and his session is still on, then user tries to logon from another tab, the browser sends the asp.net session_id cookie, In the page init i am checking if the Asp.net session Id cookie is present, if it is there i am checking if the it is a new Session (i.e. if the existing session timed out), if it is a new session then proceed with the user action else it means that the session in tab1 is still active so i am redirecting user to error page with appropriate message.
Now the problem with this approach is that, suppose session in tab1 is expired and user opens tab2 and performs some actions, now he goes back to tab1 and perform any action, i directly need to take him to log out page.
Please let me know how this can be achieved.