In your forum when I registered, there was a textbox for passwod in the register form and as I was typing more words or numeric charecters then a field with witten good/ strong password along with more colored field shown......... How can I implement that using visual studio...I want to implement this in my final year project...
I have added ajax toolkit password strength for my password and confirmpassword textboxses (which are in asp.net create user wizard control) but it isn't showing up at all. Here is my code of password strength indicator for password textbox, please look at it and let me know that what I have missed?
I'm trying to user ValidatorCalloutExtender on my login page but I'm having some trouble with it. I have two TextBoxes, two RequiredFieldValidators and two ValidatorCalloutExtenders. Here's my page's code:
So, my problem is quite simple, I guess. When the user press "ButtonLogin", the first ValidatorCallout is displayed requesting that the user enter his username. The validation text for the password field isn't displayed. If I enter the username and then try to post the form again, the validation text for the password isn't displayed at all. The text is displayed only after I click on TextBoxPassword. Is there any way to solve this? If I wasn't using ValidatorCalloutExtender, text for both validators would be displayed. So, I'm guessing that internally both validators actually trigger. The second isn't displayed because the first one is already been displayed. But even after entering text on the first textbox, the text doesn't come up. I believe it's still thinking that the first validator is been displayed.
I have a form that is used to add and edit data. Based on a dropdown selection, the form is either prepopulated or left blank so you can add new data.
I have a password field that is set to TextMode="Password" and works fine when adding new data, it displays ***** as you type..
Now if you select from the dropdown and there is already a record on file, it populates the form to allow you to edit the information.. Now i DONT want to display the password in plain text, but i want to populate the field so if they make any changes all field data is kept and table is updated with all of it.
I already debugged the page and my variable is being set with the password, but the textbox doesnt even show the ***** for the password value.
I'm just getting started with ajax. I wonder how this is done. On a button click I am gone read a text file and add the parameters to a database. now this function is done today, I just want to update it so it's done with AJAX. I want to have a progress indicator too. How is this done?
Is there a way with ASP.net page (with AJAX) to display some some of busy indicator (just a label is fine) while disabling some buttons (to prevent double-click) and then do the work. At the end of the work, the label changes to indicate the new status. When I tried to do it this way :
Public Sub BtnEnvoyer_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles BtnEnvoyer.Click BtnEnvoyer.Enabled = False LblStatus.Visible = True LblStatus.ForeColor = Drawing.Color.ForestGreen LblStatus.Text = "Envoi en cours..." SendEmail() End Sub Private Sub EnvoyerCourriel() ' Do some work LblStatus.Text = "Done!" BtnEnvoyer.Enabled = True End Sub
In part of my web page, I have couple of asp:image Thumbnails, onclick I use ajax modal popup extender to show the imgae in full size which are working fine, what I need to add is to have a processing image or indicator both in thumbnail and modal popup extender, I also have ajax autocomplete that is working fine, I need to add some indicator or processing image to it as soon as user start typing a word.
On one of my pages I've got a popup window implemented using the ModalPopupExtender. The content html of the popup is retrieved from a webservice dynamically (using DynamicServicePath, DynamicServiceMethod properties of the extender). Everything works fine, however there is a minor problem: web service call takes about 2 seconds and the popup panel is blank during this time, which confuses the users. I would like to display 'Loading...' message in the popup window (or an animated image, does not really matter) during the webservice call. Is there a way to do it?
When the finish button is clicked on the third step I would like to Create the user and send the form. I have the logic for this written but the only problem I have is the when the next button is pressed on a wizard, a PostBack occurs and my password field:
I want to edit an user.I dispay the corresponding data(username, email,..etc..password, confirmation pass)The problem is that those password fields are empty.Q: When i display data in the formthe two password fields are empty. How can i make them contain data?
I am using asp.net-mvc 2 <div class="editor-label"> <%: Html.LabelFor(m => m.Password) %> </div> <div class="editor-field"> <%: Html.PasswordFor(m => m.Password)%> <%: Html.ValidationMessageFor(m => m.Password)%> </div>
is there a way to safely keep the value of a password field during postbacks in ASP.NET? I was thinking of the viewstate, but I don't want to print it clearly in the HTML code by setting the control value equals to the viewstate content at every postback.
i want regular expression for my password field 1. which will not allow to enter two same consecutive charcters 2. it should contain min 8 charcters.3. should contain atleast 2 numeric charcters and if possible code for not allowing user to enter comman passwords
I am looking to create a confirm password field using asp.net MVC2 that works on the client. All my other client validation is done with MicrosoftMvcValidation.js by just adding the Html.EnableClientValidation(); call.
Some of my considerations. Should the confirm password be part of the model object? Using that approach i have created server side validation by creating my own model binder.
Is there a way to assign a value to the password field in the CreateUserWizard Control programmatically when the page loads. I would like to assign this value using a random password function that returns the password string without converting it an editable template.