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Hi allMy final HTML code creates dynamically many TEXTAREAs elements which contain multi-lines content. The contents of these elements are refreshed every 5 seconds. The problem is when the user hover over the TEXTAREA my current code does show the popup window but it disappear when the DIV area is refreshed.So I am looking for a sample code which will popup a window and display the content of each TEXTAREA when I hover the mouse over. BUT I wanted the window to stay and NOT dissapear after each DIV refresh. If a "Close" "X" icon is necessary to achieve the goal that would be fine too.PS: I have used the AJAX HoverMenuExtender but since my Textboxes are inside a UpdatePanel which refreshes the content of the Textboxes every 5 seconds, the Popup disappears and I need it to stay so the user can see the whole content.
Thanks for your help.
Hi, so I have a control that is created in the code behind and generates fine but I can't figure out how to create an event handler for it. I've found plenty of examples for it in C sharp, but none of them seem to apply to VB. What I want to do is essentially this:
myDropDownList.SelectedIndexChanged = "Event to do here"
but it doesn't seem to work for me.
Any suggestions are appreciated.
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