I have for example a ASP Menu control having a static (File) and dynamic (Open, New) menu such as :
I am able to see this menu under VS 2008 under my development PC. But when I deploy the app to a IIS server, and run the app, the whole app appeared the same. Only the Menu has "File" for selection but the submenu items (Open and New) did not appear when the mouse cursor was moved over "File". Only the Outline of the dropdown box of the submenu appeared.
I got requirement to create a accordion menu which will have different menus for different site collection. So, i created this Accordion which is in bind with site map file. But my Sitemap file has multi-level nodes, here my accordion is displaying only single level menus.
I am knew to CSS I never usually do it. I am creating a menu and I change the image of the button when the button is hovered over it. But when I go on the submenu the image reverts back to the original image. The code I have used is below.
I am using Asp.Net 3.5 along with C# and database is SQL Server 05. I am using Asp.net menustrip that is bind with with data source using LINQ to SQL. i also add some CSS stuff with menu so that after applying CSS my menu show at top of website horizontally.
But i need some JQuery Menu (stylish menu) which should be populate dynamically.
For Example i created two roles 1) Admin 2) User
When admin loggin the admin menu show when user loggin admin menu hide and all the data of menu is populate via JSON file. I am using sitemap to populate menu but now i want some JQuery Menu which is stylish and should populate accodrding to needs not be hard coded.
I work with a charline (ajax control toolkit) and I want to manipulate from code behind but I do not really know how! I have an example but the data are in the aspx code.
<ajaxToolkit:LineChart ID="LineChart1" runat="server" ChartWidth="450" ChartHeight="300" ChartType="Basic" ChartTitle="United States versus European Widget Production" CategoriesAxis="2007,2008,2009,2010,2011,2012" ChartTitleColor="#0E426C" CategoryAxisLineColor="#D08AD9"
I want when user click one of item from menubar it go to Furniture.aspx and when it go to that page in furniture.aspx show my product related to that item i have Product table in my DB
Id Code Name Description H_name
1 1112 Iron This is test Electric 2 1113 Pot This is test Kitchen 3 1114 Chair This is test Furniture 4 1115 Laundry This is test Electric 5 1116 Container This is test Kitchen 6 1117 Sofa This is test Furniture
I want when user click on Kitchen from menubar in furniture.aspx show product that have H_name=Kitchen or if they click on Electric item from menubarin furniture.aspx show my product that have H_name=Electric
I am working on a website at the moment, I am using .NET 4 and VB. My site is contained within a Master Page and all working OK. I am using an ASP:MENU control which is driven by a web.sitemap file and works a treat. I have had an idea of something I would like to know but I am struggling to get it going correctly (not sure if it is even possible) What I am after doing is having the main categories of my website across the top horizonally (this part is no problem) and the sub menu items going vertically but down the left side of the page such as:
Logo Here Menu Head 1 Menu Head 2 Menu Head 3 Sub Menu Head 1 Sub Menu Head 2 Sub Menu Head 3
Does anyone have any idea if such a thing is possible or not?
i have a menu, what i want is that when i click on parent item of menu then only subitem should display,mean i dont want to display subitem on mouseover. what should i do.Is there any property should i set or i have to write code for it .
I've an asp menu on my site. I need to dynamically populate this from my database depending on a choice made by the user.
Basically, when entering the site the User chooses a product category and this selection determines the options in my menu. I'm totally lost as to how to populate my menu each time the user changes their category - I've only ever hardcoded in the values to a this menu type so I've no idea how to programmatically populate it.
From what I can gather, it seems that its best to populate the menu via XML - if this is so could someone post a sample of what this XML structure (or let me know ehere I can view this)
I have a problem with my visual studio 2008 for my ASP.NET application on one PC (HP with Windows XP). The Dynamic submenu items are not visible when mouse over a menu. The same application works fine on another PC. It worked fine on the same PC 4 months ago. In recent 4 months, my PC had some updates, like windows XP updates, Visual studio 2008 updates, flash update, adobe update, and iTunes update. After I noticed the problem, I had tried to uninstall the all updates except windows XP updates; and tried to uninstall Visual Studio 2008 completely; then re-install it again.
I need to develop an easy and quickly to build menu structure based on xml. The menu needs to have a "Main" menu at top of the screen and a submenu at the left of the screen. Excactly like this: [URL] where i need to get started and wich control i should use?