External Form Loading Into Jquery Dialog Submit Button?
Apr 19, 2010
I am loading an external file 'contact_us.aspx' into a jquery dialog box. the external page contains a form.When the submit button is pressed it closes the dialog box and changes the page to contact_us.aspx. is my code correct or is there a different way of doing this. see my code below, thanks.
Has anyone implemented FancyBox to display a form where user can make an entry within a FancyBox dialog? I'm simply displaying an inline form within a FancyBox dialog but my button is not firing.If I do not set to style="display: none;", I can see my form i.e. a TextBox control and a Button control and it works fine. If I set it display: none so that I can show my form within a FancyBox dialog, it doesn't work.
i am using asp.net and following code to submit form on enter key press it is working but only refreshing same page and not calling button click event in server side code and without saving data it is comming back to same form, even without the jquery code again same thing happening don't know why but in some forms enter key press working fine and saving data without even following jquery code.
I'm looking for a way to submit information captured in a JQuery Dialog to the server in ASP.Net. I originally thought it would work with a 'hidden' asp button, but the click doesn't seem to be submitting the form. Here's the code I have so far:
have developed a payment processing form where user fills the payment details and submit the button "Pay Now" what i want is to block the entire UI with the message "Processing Payment..." and with a slight delay right after payment processing stored procedure executes (in code behind) it should UNBLOCK the UI. Actually i was having multiple postbacks from user due to the slight delay ...I dont want to disable button. how to achieve this.
I have a aspx page where I have a linkbutton and upon clicking that link button I am calling another aspx page passing a parameter in a pops up window, like below:<asp:linkbutton id='lbtn1' onClick=<%#"window.open('/testsite/mypage.aspx?param=abcd');return false"%>Till now it was working fine but now I have to include my page to another site where they have used JQuery for popup dialog and asked me to load my page using the same.I am really new to JQuery and have no idea about. I tried searching through this forum and google but no luck.Can someone please help me and show me how can I achieve this (please don't mind but a code example would be really appreciated)
i have a web form in which i ve a button which will open a sliding pop up box(jquery) on click of it. In the same page i ve also a linkbutton for downloading files. Now the problem is first time wen i click that button it does nothing. (will not open popup box). Once i click on download button and then if i click that button it will open popup box along with download dialog box. Why is it happening so... is it because am using same event click for both these.
but download option is implemented in gridview_rowcommand()..
I've been trying to figure this out all afternoon but my google-fu seems to be failing me. I'm setting up a page with a fairly large form, which has one field that is going to require some kind of popup page that will allow the user to perform a lookup.
At the moment I'm only prototyping the page so I'm actually only attempting to a the button up to fire an alert when the button is clicked instead of generating a lookup screen. However it seems that no matter what I do the button causes the form to submit.
I remember one of the very first ASP .NET beginner videos I ever watched went through configuring a button to perform actions without submitting, but I can't seem to figure out which one it was.
This is perfect when changes are done by keyboard. However this doesn't trigger the form submit when input/textarea are changed by Watin TypeText() method. I tried to call Change() and Blur() events by Watin and also tried PressTab() with no luck.
I have forms with payment in ASP.NET site, when user clicks on asp:Button sometime he submits few times. I want to disable this functionality without harming current ASP.NET site ( by that i mean no fancy jQuery, unless it is very basic and will not interfere with ASP.NET built-in validation)
I have developed a payment processing form where user fills the payment details and submit the button "Pay Now" ..what i want is to block the entire UI with the message "Processing Payment..." and with a slight delay right after payment processing stored procedure executes (in code behind) it should UNBLOCK the UI. Actually i was having multiple postbacks from user due to the slight delay ...I dont want to disable button.