Does anyone know how I could add a styles drop down to the Ajax Editor? I've created CSS styles (such as H1, H2, etc), but how can I add these as options for the user to select from the editor?
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I have Created a custom Module for my application. It works fine when i am testing on a sample website.
But when i integrated the same with the original application it dosent works fine. Actully i am using Ajax control toolkit and it uses its own module for request processing.System.Web.Handlers.ScriptModule.
Hence my handlers section becomes something like this :
<httpModules> <add name="ScriptModule" type="System.Web.Handlers.ScriptModule, System.Web.Extensions, Version=1.0.61025.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35" /> <add type="MyModule, MyModule,Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=ba11cfdfb1d1111b" name="SiteMinderHttpModule" /> </httpModules>
Now i think my module working fine but because of it there is some hinderence caused in the Ajax request processing.I get the error sys is undefined.
I have created a class library Project and implemented the iHTTPModule interface and then registered the assembly in GAC and then accessing the assembly from there..
Is there any work around for this problem as my page is not rendering properly.
When inserting a simple embed of youtube inside the ajax editor, on firefox and chrome problems occur. On the other hand on internet explorer 8 everything works fine. I found this solution http://www.nopcommerce.com/boards/t/4228/bug-in-ajax-html-editor.aspx .
My question is where do I find the DesignPanel.pre.js ?
I am creating setup project using visual studio 2005 . I wanted to add new custom form or dialogue box to the setup. When i run install the form must be added after welcome screen. Kindly guide me .
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I have a custom ASP page that I need to add to my sharepoint 3.0 web site. I created a virtual directory under my website and placed the ASP file. When I link to the ASP file, I get a 404 page not found. To make sure I had the correct URL
path, I created a test html file and placed in the same virtual directory and linked to it just fine. I think it has something to do with managed paths and sharepoint trying to control this new ASP content. I cannot figure out how to exclude this
content from managed paths.
Any suggestions on how to resolve this issue so I can run this custom ASP file under sharepoint 3.0?
I like to create and custom field type editor control starting from the lookupfieldeditor but I not sure how to begin.
i tried to inherit the lookupfieldeditor in my class but this gives me and nullpointerexeption.
does anyone got an example?