The title says it all.
please give a very very clear tutorial preferebly video.
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i am using mod_aspdotnet.so module to hosting my ASP.NET application. all was ok until i use ajax control tool kit in my aplication.
the object signed are :
How can i solve this problem???
thx in advance!
I want to create a new web server control that adds AJAX functionality to the existing asp.net 3.5 gridview control. But I am not sure which project to use - asp.net server control, or asp.net ajax server control.
Can anyone guide me?
I've tried this method in my code behind to try and validate that the Fileupload control has a file or not. I get the error message the the event "Server Validate" cannot be found. Can anyone tell why? Thanks.
Public Sub CustomValidator1_ServerValidate(ByVal source As Object, ByVal args As System.Web.UI.WebControls.ServerValidateEventArgs) Handles CustomValidator1.ServerValidate
' Get file name Dim uploadAvatar As FileUpload = DirectCast(AdvertisementForm.FindControl("uploadAvatar"), FileUpload) Dim UploadFileName As String = uploadAvatar.PostedFile.FileName If UploadFileName = "" Then ' There is no file selected args.IsValid = False Else Dim Extension As String = UploadFileName.Substring(UploadFileName.L
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?
i am new to technology so go easy on this post
according to what i read from web there are 3 type of custom server controls
i found video tutorial for superclass custom server control but couldnt find video tutials for other 2.
please forward me link for composite and rendered custom server controls video tutorial
i am new to forum and technology so please go easy
according to what i read from web there 3 types of custom server controls
i found video tutorial to create and use superclass custom control in your project (extending dropdown control functionality)
i am trying to search video tutorial for other 2 types .please help me.
I want to use an image inside a Custom Web server control !
Do I need to use Web.resources ? if so , how to do ?
I have created a server control consisting of a TextArea and a div under it. My goal is to create my own asp:TextArea type control. the div is for a Character count of the text area and seems to work ok but i added a CharacterCountVisible property to the control that is always returning true. See Proptery definition below
<Bindable(False), Category("Appearance"), DefaultValue("True"), Localizable(True)> Property CharacterCountVisible() As Boolean Get Return _CountBoxVisible End Get Set(ByVal value As Boolean) _CountBoxVisible = value End SetEnd Property
Note the _CountBoxVisible variable is define inside the class as :
Dim _CountBoxVisible as Boolean = True
What I am trying to do is give the user/coder the option to show/utilize the char count feature. Can make it disappear with textarea1.CharacterCountVisible = False but setting it to true will not make it display.
What am i missing
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