ive used the Ajax Control Toolkit in previous versions of VWD but for some reason im having trouble adding the Toolkit to the toolbox in this new version (2010) i have setup on my laptop, when i browse to and select the .dll file it gives me the error "Object reference not set to instance of an object" can anyone please help ive been trying to fix this issue for a little over an hour now.
i open visual studio 2008 and create a new project, in this project i use the ajaxcontroltoolkit, now in the vs toolbox i add a new tab, and named it AjaxcontrolToolkit, then i click on it and select choose items, in the .net framework components i browseto the ajaxcontroltoolkit dll, then all the ajaxcontroltoolki controls appears in the tab, an work fine, but when i close the vs and start it again i lost that tab, there are any way to keep in this tab for the next restart of vs?
I have a combobox inside a hidden div which I use css display = none to make it invisible, but when I make the div visible by setting display = block, the combobox just show the input and its button and ul list all have css as display = 'none', visibility ='hidden'.
Below is the code to reproduce the bug. When you run it, you can't see the dropdown:
I am Getting the following error using the Numeric UpDown Control from Ajax Control Toolkit. Assembly 'AjaxControlToolkit, Version=3.0.30512.20315, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=28f01b0e84b6d53e' contains a Web resource with name 'AjaxControlToolkit.NumericUpDown.NumericUpDownBehavior.debug.js', but does not contain an embedded resource with name 'AjaxControlToolkit.NumericUpDown.NumericUpDownBehavior.debug.js'.
According to the above article you "Unblock" the zip file and then unzip it. You then create a new tab within the toolbox window and add the dll to show and use the toolbox items. However when I do that I'm getting the following:
I'm using Visual Web Developer 2008 Express with the AJAX control toolbox.I've created a web page using controls from the AJAX tool kit. When I preview the page in the browser from the IDE it looks fine.When I upload the page to a server and try to view the page in IE, none of the AJAX controls are there. Would anyone be able to explain this?
The Ajax control toolkit tab panel automatically inserts a space by all four corners of the body. For example, go to http://www.asp.net/ajax/ajaxcontroltoolkit/Samples/Tabs/Tabs.aspx and look at the TabPanel on the page. The is a space before "Signature:" and "Bio:" labels. How can I set the space-width to 0px; in the tabPanel body?
When I click the button to open the modal popup it shows the popup but then continues and forces a postback causing the page to reload and the modal popup to be hidden again.Here is the markup for the control:
"..AjaxControlToolkit_9c860ac12ae9SampleWebSitesAjaxClientWebSiteScripts",so I write the following code
Adding an Accordion only creates the outer most tags. I then have to add the headercssclass, contentcssclass etc. info. Then i have to manually add <Pane> tags, and then add Accordion Pane controls. Using VWDE 2008, is there a way to customize the control so that adding the Accordion control automatically adds this other info? Ideally with 2 Accordion Panes to start, but even just getting the various Accordion properties and the <Pane> tags added would make it much more <Pane>less!
MSDN documentation says that the ScriptManager class is part of the System.Web.UI namespace and I see that I can create a ScriptManager object programmatically. However, I don't see the ScriptManager control on the front-end. Do I need to reference the Ajax Control Toolkit dll in order to have access to control?
Can I use the latest AJAX Control Toolkit on a .net 2.0 project which will be deployed to a server with framework 2.0 only? If not, where can I download the latest AJAX Control Toolkit for framework 2.0?