I am trying to utilize an AnimationExtender that will fade in an asp:LinkButton. My page includes 4 user controls that each load information at different intervals. What I am wanting to do is fade in the asp:LinkButton after the last user control has loaded. I have tried using <OnLoad> but the fade in occurs while the user controls are still loading. I have also tried wrapping the user controls in a panel (seen below), using the panel as the TargetControlID of the AnimationExtender. My end goal here is pretty simple: The user should not see the asp:LinkButton until after the page (including the 4 user controls) has loaded.
I have designed a menu control in master page. But its dynamic sub menus are hide behind the images whice is in content page called home.aspx. It shows the submenus at development phase but not at hosting time. Here is my code for a menu. Is there any problem in my code. One more thing is that when I open the website in mozilla it shows every submenus not in any version of internet explorer.
I am designing a website. I have created a simple menu(without sitemap) in master page and a web page called home.The problem is that when I hosted this website submenu's of the menu control are hide behind the images of home webpage and if the any webpage has no image all Submenus are appears. Have any problem in my menu creation. I have copy my code in this window but due to some reason it not shown.
I have a list of menu elements containing submenus which appear below the main menu. The menu is placed above image and the dropdown of submenus should appear over the image. But this is not happening. I can see only the main menu but the submenus to appear below the main menu get hidden behind the image. How to remove this problem and display all the submenus over the image .
I need a help in creating a vertical oriented Menu control with dynamic url's set in there Navigate Url property.Also i need to set the menu items as enable/disable in two different modes say edit/new.
I am making a menu to display departments and sub departments. Each department has a corresponding pop-up menu to display the sub departments. The menu is built dynamically with values from the database. I'm using nested repeaters and the AJAX HoverMenuExtender. The problem is that when the page loads or is refreshed all of the sub departments are visible for a second or so underneath their respective subdepartments. In other words, for just a second the page is rendered as if the HoverMenuExtender was not there.
Using the control toolkit, is it possible to display a message box that shows a fade-out animation for few seconds and closes itself if user does not close it ? Is it possible at all ? In essence, to simulate Outlook style e-mail notification toast. I guess ModalDialogExtender and AnimationExtender could be used but not sure how to use them together to simulate such a notification message box.
I have an animationextender on an .aspx page. The div which is shown when the button is clicked contains a DropDownListBox. What I need to do is when selecting another element from the DropdownListBox, to handle the SelectedIndexChanged event of the dropdown, and to update a part of the "animated" shown div. What happenes is that when I change the selection, the page posts back, and the shown ("animated") vid disappeares. The SelectedIndecChanged event handler is not even called.
I have an animationExtender, I have an update panel iniside of it with the updatemode Conditional and I have the button that triggers it, but whenever I click that button, the whole page reloads and the animationExtender closes. Why would it do that?
I'm kind of an AJAX newbie. Trying to develop something that, seems to me, should be a pretty easy task. However, i'm not really sure how to accomplish it. Basically, i have to do some button menu. But, the final user wants this menu to be cool and trendy, so some animation is required. The point is that, as one of the buttons in the menu gets the mouse over, it should display an expanding animation. Also, the rest of the buttons in the panel menu should shrink and blur. As far as i know, using the toolkit animation extender i could easily make the button expand using the "OnMouseOver" tag, and the opposite "OnMouseOut" tag to restore the button state . However, the animationExtender links the animations defined on it to the component refered in the "TargetControlID" tag. That means f.e., if i have button1, button2, and button3, on the "OnMouseOver" tag of the animationExtender that targets button1, i cant refer to button2 and button3 to make them display an shrink animation.