I was wondering if there is a way to have gradient colors in Reporting Services. I would like to achieve the effect of fading gradient style in the header of my table(s). I have heard that CSS could potentially be the way to achieve this, if so how?
Any help will be much appreciated
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I have a question about the colors of the text in the drop down list of Autocomplete box. I'm trying to categorize them into 2 differents colors. For example, the autocomplete box will display the list of soft drink in the store and the color will identify them as "sold out" or "available".
The data in my database is seperated into 2 columns. The first one is the names of the soft drink, and the second columns identify them as "sold out" or "available.
The autocomplete box was implemented in my website using page method. There is a function in the code behind page, calling data from the web services.
Please let me know if there is any suggestion, guideline or any reference link to the answer of my problems.
I am stuck here with the color for the graph values i want to give custom colors for each values present in the graph, is it possible in SSRS2000.
Problem Statement : Suppose if i want to display two data fields as bar graph
Data Fields are : Vegetable Count and Fruits Count
I want Vegetable count to be in Blue Colour and I want Fruits count to be in green colour.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I was highlighting certain rows in my gridview using code like this in the DataBound event:
I have a table with up to 30 columns that I turn visibility to hidden depending on a parameter. For example if the parameter is 20 only columns 20 and below are shown. Works a treat except when I export to a pdf and these grey spaces appear at
the far right of the report. The grey is the background color for the heading row and it bleeds down a column/s which would be to the right of the last column if it were shown. Any ideas.
I am trying to work out the best way to have end users design thier own "avatar" football shirt.
They select type of shirt eg stripes, hoops etc
Then the colors eg black and white etc
Submit these details to a database
Then it generates the image on the fly from the database which stores "stripes" & "black,white"
Any ideas how to start this?
I am running into an issue with dynamically setting the border color for ImageButtons sitting in 15x15 tablecells.
Here is the relevent code (I removed the code that is not)
protected void ImageButton1_Click(object sender, CommandEventArgs e)
ImageButton bt = new ImageButton();
// Reset the border for the last image button back to default
ContentPlaceHolder MainContent = Page.Master.FindControl("MainContentArea") as ContentPlaceHolder;
bt = MainContent.FindControl(Session["SelectedButton"].ToString()) as ImageButton;
//bt.BorderColor = Color.FromName("#EFEAD7");
button.BorderColor = Color.Beige;
// Now set the border for the selected button to black
bt = sender as ImageButton;
bt.BorderColor = Color.Black;
// Save the tile ID for later calls
Session["SelectedButton"] = bt.ID;
<Part of initial page load code>
button.BorderWidth = 1;
if (<condition is true>)
button.BorderColor = Color.Black;
Session["SelectedButton"] = button.ID;
//button.BorderColor = Color.FromName("#EFEAD7");
button.BorderColor = Color.Beige;
Notice how I have some of the border color assign
How would i go about setting the background color in a table to a legend series color in a chart control?