I am looking to create a Career Listing Page for my website. Anyone have any idea where to start or if there's some suedo code out there? Much help is greatly appreciated.
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Hello! I'm new with Visual Studio and older C++ programer. My question is as the title says, is there somewhere a list of controls that defines either their subclasses or functions?
One example. I'll pick a textbox. When the user types in an odd entry, I want the textbox's background to turn light-green. Where can I go to find the answer to make this happen?
I looked at this and other forums, but ended up in C#. Google gave me .net and MFC, but no details about controls. - On the left a window suggest, to state hardware and software. (Windows 7, Visual Studio Pro 2010, not yet paid for, I want to run it for
a couple of weeks, HP laptop) Goal = convert my console apps into a coherent Window application - make them look good for users.
Thanks for reading!
p.s. no clue if this ended up in the right forum. My programs have nothing to do with Office. They will integrate with AutoAD. Also, I can not post from Visual Studio start frame, this is from IE.
We are not able to view treeview for certain document libraries in SP2007 site but certain document libraries we able to view treeview ?
I'm trying to achieve a dynamic contact lists/info. > From the Left Column, it may contain three hyperlinks that could update the list of contact lists for a specific department office. And on the Right column, I'm planning to have a loop over the data view collection from a Model(e.g. Contacts) that will be displayed after selecting any of the hyperlink from the left column. Any references / suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
I have set the destinationpageurl of my login control to login.aspx. On successfully logging in to my website, I get redirected to the directory listing. Why is this? What am I doing wrong?
Also, what do I need to do to not allow the user to see the directory listing ever.
I have a WPF app that needs to populate a combo box with a listing of country codes. I have some code that is supposed to loop through the region info installed on the windows box and come up with the listing of country codes installed. It's coming up with
127 countries and my understanding is that the number should be closer to 200. Here is my code, can I get some feedback on whether or not it looks correct?
private List<string> GetCountryListing()
List<string> countries = new List<string>();
foreach (CultureInfo ci in System.Globalization.CultureInfo.GetCultures(System.Globalization.CultureTypes.AllCultures))
RegionInfo ri = GetRegionInfo(ci);
if (ri != null && !countries.Contains(ri.ThreeLetterISORegionName))
private RegionInfo GetRegionInfo(CultureInfo cultureInfo)
RegionInfo ri = null;
if ((cultureInfo.CultureTypes & CultureTypes.NeutralCultures) != CultureTypes.NeutralCultures && cultureInfo.LCID != CultureInfo.InvariantCulture.LCID)
ri = new RegionInfo(cultureInfo.LCID);
I have grid view in which i want list files in a particular folder and to view them in browser on click
We have a Sharepoint 2007 installation using performance point reporting for our main system. Because of legacy systems our endusers are using IE6 and all works correctly. Recently we have moved some end user browsers to IE7 and this has had
an effect on our reports.
In IE6 we can drilldown using the context menu in Analytic graphs and Analytic datagrids, which displays all of the fields that are part of the cube. If most cases it displays about 20 fields that can be used to slice the information as we
require it. Using IE7 we can still drill down but the list of fields displayed is much shorter, usually 4 or 5.
Is there a setting or fix we need to apply to IE7 to display the full list of fields in the context menu?