I have an UpdatePanel and inside that I have an Accordion and several panes. From the first pane i can push three ImageButtons. Each imagebutton will load a control into a Placeholder in another Pan - still in the same accordion though.
The problem accur when I push the buttons. After two or three push the buttons will stop responding and nothing gets loaded into the Placeholder.
I have a web application project, in which i have 2 projects one is for my UI and other for dealing with database. In UI i have a page on which i have used update panel and script manager, the usual procedure, but surprisingly update panel is not working my page is getting refreshed.
I have an accordion control in my web site. And in one of the panels, I have a drop down list box where, when the user selects an item, it updates the labels right below the ddlistbox. I have it so that it maintains the scroll position when the ddlistbox has an autopostback, but it's very obvious that the whole page posts back. My question is, can I/should I just enclose the ddlistbox and the labels (and a couple of text boxes) in an AJAX update panel? I already have a ToolScriptManager (because of the accordion control), so I don't need to have another script manager, right? I can just put the update panel (with the other controls inside of it) right in the accordion panel, right? Then when the ddlistbox posts back it won't have the delay of the whole page posting back? And it'll still execute the event handler for the listbox selection change? Does this sound right? I'm just looking to make the post back "invisible", and I would like to do a partial postback of just these few controls.
I am considering using ad management software which allows for the differentiation between an "impression / view" and a "click" of html code or image tags, and wish to use it by displaying similarly coded ads in Ajax Tookit's Accordion Pane (content) and/or Toolkit's CollapsiblePanel. From a technical point of view, when does loading of the content of a collapsible panel or accordion pane actually occur ? and can it be changed to only load when these elements are opened ? or does loading actually occur even if the pane/panel is closed? Essentially, most ad management software loads a script associated with an advert in the form of an image or html. Typically when a page is loaded, and when the image/ad is displayed the ad management software automatically registers an "impression or view"
I am interested in finding out if there is a technical difference between loading such items in a standard page, and loading similar code within an accordion pane's "content" section or within a collapsiblePanelExtender's panel component. Does anyone have any comment or exerience with the above mentioned issues.
i have an accordion panel that is loading its values from a datasource, which is working fine. let's say it loads the 50 states from the states table. now inside each accordion panel, when expanded, i want to load a gridview with details of that specific state. also, i want to pull all the cities into another gridview from the cities table with stateID=@stateID.
i know this should be simple, but how do i pass the value of the stateID to the datasource of cities gridview? what is the syntax?
I have a repeater that contains an accordion. Inside the accordion, I have contents that consist of a <table> and text boxes, labels, buttons, the whole shooting match. When my code runs the contents all load no problem. The only problem is that my accordion is not working. There is no accordion function and all panes are expanded and I can't un expand them. Below is my source code.
I posted this in the other section before I realized this would be the more appropriate place. Anyhow, here is the issue. If I take the simplest masterpage and add a content page with nothing but the simplest accordion with 2 panes, it does not work properly. If I take it off the master page and just have html, it works great. Here is the code for both. First as html which works, then the content page and master page which doesn't. There is no code behind code in any case.
The link on the header is well made (right click, open in new window, and i get the right page), but if I click it like a normal hyperlink, nothing happens, except that the pane opens if needed. Am I doing something wrong, or is it just not possible to use hyperlink on accordion header?
Can anyone tell me why the following nested Accordion control does not work?
The error I kept getting is this:
DataSource 'sql1980s' for control 'acd1980s' doesn't exist Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code.
Exception Details: System.Web.HttpException: DataSource 'sql1980s' for control 'acd1980s' doesn't exist Source Error:
I'm new to the world of Update Panels and i'm having a hard time figuring out how to use them properly.
I have a form that has a table(TABLE1)...and inside TABLE1 i am linking to a sql data source....at the bottom of the table i have a 'Add' button.
When the user clicks the add button...a modal popup appears (POPUP1) and inside the POPUP1 the user can click a link that can add a user...when the link button is clicked...a panel within POPUP1 is set to visible = true.
I have one update panel around the whole table and the add button...when i click add and then click the link to add a user....the modal popup disappears.
I am creating an accordion dynamically through aspx.cs file. There is a subaccordion inside each accordion pane. I am seeing that if there are 10 or more accordion panes in the root accordion, then I can only expand first 4 or 5 panes. Nothing happens when I click on other panes. This is happening in IE8, tried on three different machines. I don't see this problem with Mozilla, it can open as many panes as possible, I have tried with 20 panes in mozilla.
I'm using the following span to open a page in a new window. What is INCREDIBLY odd is that it is exactly the same code from three different pages, but the first refuses to open in a new window. The only difference is that the first example resides within an Ajax Accordian Panel so I suspect that it might be an Ajax related issue.
I run into this problem while playing with accordion for a project. Sometimes VS 2008 auto generates code, without me wanting to!!!. Less generally I have an Accordion with 2 Accordion Panes in it. When modifing properties of the Accordion VS 2008 adds an Accordion extender and duplicates the two Accordion Panes!
My original code
My code after pressing space between the properties of the Accordion
i downloaded AJAX Control Toolkit 10618 sometime ago & found this error in the accordion control
Error #1 - Panes could not be initialized. Details: '' could not be added to the collection. Details: object doesn't match target type.
I also noted while adding accordion panels in the collection using the GUI tool [through property pages], the <Panes></Panes> tag is not included in the XML Declarative code? & when we check the design time it says
Error #2 - Type 'AjaxControlToolkit.Accordion' does not have a public property named 'AccordionPane'.
On the other hand the downloaded solution - AjaxControlToolkit solution never showns error no. 1 - am i lacking a reference in my personal project which can't render the control at design time
I put the new DLL in my bin folder in my solution. Setup a Collapsible panel by dragging from ACT to page. Everythings setup according to standard as far as I can tell. The darn thing refuses to work. I thought using the DLL took care of all styles, images, etc so that I didn't have to add those as separate files to my project. I did jerryrig it to kind of expand and collapse. But the darn thing just expands a little, then collapses back up. What could be going on?