I have a master page homeMaster.aspx and many content pages. However the situation is I have few .html pages. Now when a user clicks on a link the html page should get loaded.inside the master page. The problem is these are .html and not content page with .aspx.
Currently I'm doing common functionality required throughout my site inside of my masterpage. What I want to do is move this functionality to a BaseClass so All my pages inherit from the Base Class. However, I'm not sure how to set this up interms of c# code with regards to Using a Base Class and then having a masterpage applied to my aspx pages that i create.
We have a mid-sized asp.net project that we just promoted from our dev server (Windows 2003) to an external test server (Windows 2008 R2). On the test server, IIS is not finding our home page, which is located in the views/home folder (404 error). As far as we can tell, the settings are the same on both servers. I've confirmed HTTP redirection is installed. Is there perhaps some critical configuration we may have missed on IIS7.5 to let it know where to find the view and/or home page?
one thing that has been puzzling me since learning MVC2 is the following case scenario: I have a view which contains two latest news lists, a login form and a signup form. Every example I found on Views and View Models so far has a one-to-one example such as a simple login form etc. But how do I create a model that provides the properties and validation for a login and signup form and manages the data for the news lists. can I pass multiple models in the strongly typed view? When I created one model the form validation would fail as it expects all fields - login and signup to be filled. I am missing some advanced examples or information.
i am using more than one table.i created linq to sql for database model.in that each table is a different class or model whatever.when i m creating any new view i inherit one model or table.but when i want to use more than one table hoe can i implement this.
I am creating an HTML document which we are then pushing out to MS Word using a "application/msword" content type. This works so far except that the files open in Word with Web View. Once Normal View is selected all works fine. Is there any way to force Word to open with Normal View instead of Web View?
But when i go to Design View of the page (for creating the events automatically or for drag/drop any new control from toolbox, I don't want to type everything) the design view only shows the master page! the page controls are complete ignored!
I have a master page with a partial view. I want the partial view to display only when viewing a specific page/action. Is there any conditional I can wrap around the partial view that checks for the page/action I'm viewing?
I am using IE8 browser. I would like to Lock column header of gridview in IE 8 Normal View. I can lock in In compatibility View . I could not Lock In Normal view of IE8 Browser. I have developed Asp.net Application(c#) usingNote: Gridview column Header is dynamically loaded as per Client Requirement.
I want to include view content page in my master page: My MVC application Left Menu MainPage. The Left Menu and Main page are two contentHolders in the master page. How can I add the Left Menu (View content page) to my Master page?. The Left Menu page is going to be a permanent page. The Content in the main Page is going to change. Left Menu content needs to be the permanent content for all other pages.
I searched in the internet, but I didn't find any solution that solves my problem. Basically I need some permanent menu items in the left page. But, I should not write the code in my master page. I need to add that Menucontent as my contentPage to the master. I have tried that by adding a New content page called "LeftPage.aspx" in View/Home folder.I have referred this page to the master "Left content holder". As the ASP.Net MVC talk to the controller, the left menu is not getting displayed while page loading.If i specify the ControlAction for this left page and specify the URL as //Home/Left ;then the page is getting displayed with only the left page content.
I have used the xslt code from Steven Sandersons book 'Pro ASP.NET MVC2 Framework' for the xslt view engine and that is working perfectly. However I am now looking at using a master page for the header, footer, and navigation sections and only need to use my other xslt files to populate the content part.
I am trying to implement something like Ruby on Rail's ActionDispatch::Flash to pass messages to the next page request. The approach that I want to take is to store a pair of (partial view name, model object) in the session context and render it in the master page when rendering the request to display the flash message.
Inside my HttpApplication subclass I now have:
to render the partial view that was specified by name when Global#Flash was called.
I want to use a view for the flash message instead of saving the message as a string in the session context because I want to include the URL in the message:
<%-- BookmarkAddedFlash.ascx --%> <%@ Control Language="C#" Inherits="System.Web.Mvc.ViewUserControl<MyApp.Web.Models.Bookmark_AddModel>" %> <%: Html.DisplayTextFor(m => m.Url) %> was successfully bookmarked.
And I only want to render the view when the subsequent request is made; i.e. one request sets the flash message and the subsequent request renders it.