AJAX :: Trying To Develop Menu Usings The Hover Menu Extender?
Mar 7, 2010
I am trying to develop menu usings the hover menu extender. I have nested menus - in other words, if some items in the drop down menu (hover) have menu items that are displayed next to it (using another hover menu extender control). I am trying to keep the original menu displayed when the sub menu is displayed, but with no luck. I have tried using animation, but that doesn't seem to work.
iam placing the textbox of slider control in one panel and this panel iam showing when mouse goes to a linkbutton by using hover .the problem is when iam using slider extender with hover iam getting the following error for the slider control ---the errro is set valid value for the height and widht attributes in the slider css classes..how to solve this problem
I can highlight a menu-itm when the mouse is hovering over it. How do I highlight a menu item when a sub-menu item is hovered? I have a 4 level menu, 2 static accross the top, one drop-down, and one pop-out from the drop-downs.
While selecting level-4 items, it is a little confusing as to which level-3 item is being popped-out because I have alot of level 3 and level 4 items. I want the appropriate level 3 item highlighted while hovering over its level 4 popout.
when I hover over a menu option it's contents are shown above instead of the Bottom off. Even though the hover control says bottom. In my browser and others it works fine, I use IE8. But some browsers it's goes wrong.
I have a website that uses a master page that contains the navigation for the site.The navigation buttons are images.Some of the navigation button images have hover menus tied to them.Those hover menus contain several image buttons, so as to create a drop down menu affect.The problem I have is when any of the pages are loading all of my hover menu image buttons flash on the left side of the screen for a second or less as the page is being rendered.Can this be stopped?
I have a override Render method on my AccordionMenu.ascx.cs, basically just replace the <span></span> tag with <div></div> due to w3c compliance requirement, this is the c# code:
but when i try to run it, the page always throws an exception to me like this: Extender control 'MyAccordion_AccordionExtender' is not a registered extender control. Extender controls must be registered using RegisterExtenderControl() before calling. this is the context of my pages: accordion menu is placed in the content page, and the content page is inherited from a master page, the master page has a script manager.
I have a gridview with a popup menu that successfully runs against Framework 3.5.
In 4.0, the popup no longer seems to be tied to the row that was mouse-overed. the popup still appears, but near the top of the gridview (not near the row) regardlesss of the row that mouse-overed and clicking "Edit" will only edit the top (first) row.
I even tried to simplify and use this example [URL] as a test, the same results occur, run this against 3.5, it works fine, run against 4.0, it breaks. I think there's something wrong with the C# code
there's a better solution with the ClientIDRowSuffix?
I've encountered was appears to be a strange bug with the menu control, and alas, I am unable to find much useful information on it (which leads me to believe I have something installed or confingured incorrectly). Here the problem:
When declaring a menu control with a staticHoverStyle, for example:
Has no effect on the behavior of the control once it's rendered, neither in Firefox nor IE.In fact, using the source code at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms366731.aspx with no modifications also results in the hoverstyle not working.
This problem seems to be "fixed" if you specify the css attribute declaratively, for example, StaticMenuItemStyle-BackColor="Yellow". Alternatively, if you specify RenderingMode="table" then the hoverstyle seems to work. It's only when you're using a cssclass with a list that things seem to mess up.
Finally, I notice that in the rendered html, the control embeds some styles between /* <![CDATA[ */ and /* ]]> */ comments that affects the final appearance of the menu control, sometimes overwriting a cssclass you specified (ex: the margin for dynamic menus can only be controlled with the HorizontalOffset property, and not by css). This is undesirable, but I don't see anything that seems to overwrite the behavior of hover elements. Actually, the .hoveritem class doesn't appear anywhere in the markup at all, but when you specify the StaticMenuItemStyle-BackColor property, then the value is rendered correctly in this block of styles.
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 bind a hover extender to a cell in a gridview, using following code:
Sub GridView1_RowDataBound(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.GridViewRowEventArgs) Handles GridView1.RowDataBound If e.Row.RowType = DataControlRowType.DataRow Then Dim hoverMenu As HoverMenuExtender = CType(e.Row.FindControl("hoverMenu"), HoverMenuExtender) e.Row.Cells(1).Controls.Item(0).ID = e.Row.RowIndex.ToString() hoverMenu.TargetControlID = e.Row.Cells(1).Controls.Item(0).ID End If End Sub
Now This works perfectly and the panel appear when hovering over the second cell. However after a postback it is no longer working and no panel will show when hovering over the cell.
Is there a way to add/delete/update the default classes (for instance AspNet-Menu-WithChildren,AspNet-Menu-NonLink ) of the html generated by the asp.net menu or treeview control? I am using CSSAdapters so the menu control renders in a list format instead of table format.
For the ASP.NET Menu Server Control whose RenderMode is set to "List", there is an "Orientation" property which decides whether the menu would render as a horizontal or a vertical menu. I have compared the two HTML source code and was unable to find out which part of the HTML/CSS code set the orientation of the menu(unordered list).