I decided to change what JS functions Im calling now since calling Multiple functions definately wasnt helping. Here's my updated code. All Im doing now is validating a single textbox and returning true or false. Even this simple function is causing the postback URL to never get called. Could it have anything to do with the fact that Im trying to call a function to return a true or false?
and I want when I click on linkbutton it doesn't open new window...
here when I click on linkbutton it doesn't open new window it is correct but when I click on imagebutton and it opens new window and back to page and click on linkbutton it open linkbutton in new window...
I want when I click on link button it doesn't open new window any way...
on the code page I have mapped the OnCommand event to the following code
Protected Sub ImageButton_Command(ByVal sender As Object, _ ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.CommandEventArgs) Try Dim img As ImageButton = CType(sender, ImageButton) img.BorderStyle = BorderStyle.Ridge SortOrder = e.CommandArgument BindData() Catch exc As Exception ProcessModuleLoadException(Me, exc) End Try End Sub
My problem is that by clicking on the image button in the gridview header, the OnCommand event is not being fired. I have tried this with both OnClick and OnCommand and neither fires. I can't see what I am doing wrong if anything.
Case for use:
There is a LinkButton tag on the page. For this page, if the user has one friend, I only want to run client side code if the button is clicked and would not for any reason want to make a post back. If the user has more than one friend I would want a click to trigger a postback.
Using any asp.net Ajaxtoolkit
Dynamically switching the control type (i.e. if friends == 1 use a asp:Hyperlink)
-I want to avoid this because it is not scalable. There might be many cases where I want an asp:Link tag to do a postback or to not do a postback depending on the user context or user attributes Using OnClientClick (I am using jQuery would like to avoid this)
I have developed a web application which contains aspdotnet treeview control. In this treeview control has binded with some database value.. that controls has one parent node and more than one child nodes for each parent node.
I created an image button called "pic1" with the OnClick feature. When clicked it runs "btnClicked". In the sub "btnClick", how would I get information? One example is to get the button tooltip. I tried this: request.form.item("pic1.tooltip"). That did not work.
Why isn't the image displayed? The folder images is in the same folder as the .aspx file.Why doesn't it invoke the ImageButton1_Click method when I click on the image? The OnClick should be for the server side.The ImageButton1_Click method takes 2 parameters, but why OnClick does not require 2 parameters?
If I use an ImageButton or LinkButton, I just noticed that when clicking either, the Page_Load method executes before the method specified in the OnClick. Can this be avoided so that the method in the OnClick is triggered instead of Page_Load?
I have developed toolbar which contains the First,Next,Last and Previous buttons, based on the records display the buttons needs to be changed. Now how to disable and enable the button from .cs file or by using .css file.