I want to create menus like the ones in fireworks. How do i go about it in vb.net. Tried migrating menu created in fireworks to VB.net; did not work. I am using VS 2008 version.
My appliction looks too academic. What can I do to make my web appl. more appealing. All the stuff I saw in macromedia fireworks are very interesting, how can I access such in VB.Net. I love coding with VB.net (Visual Basic precisely) but I am not getting my webpage to look like those I see on the net everyday.
I want to create a three level menu, I have got a recursive function today that works with three levels. But the thing is how do i output the third lever? Using two repeaters i have managed to get a hold of the first two levels through the ChildNodes property. But that only gives me the second level. What if a want the third level? Example code below. How do i get the third level? :)
how to populate the asp:menu from xml directly. But my issue is to do everything from server side. I am using dom model in my dev and so I have to get the nodes from xml dynamically and populate into the Menu and create a flyout with 2 columns on hover of each menu item. Would be great if someone can provide with a custom code to achieve this.
I am currently developing a website for a friend of mine who is a dj. I have a login page, which works fine however i want to inplement a menu that only users with the Administrator role can view. I have done alot of research and i have found ways to stop a user from visiting a page, when they click on it it takes the to the login page. But i want to completely hide the menu from Non Admins.
I have created a menu in ASP.net 4.0 which is is rendered as UL/LI
However I am frustrated with ASP as it produces unwanted style e.g. style="position: relative; width: auto; float: left;" in the UL tag according to firebug. I would really like it to render without this.
A second question is the output in firebug is not the same as if I look at the page source i.e. the style="..." is not in the UL? Is Firebug wrong...can it be trusted?
Currently, on our production IIS web farm, we host about 15 applications in a single App Pool (Default App Pool). There are two websites and about 13 virtual directories.A colleague has recommended that we change our IIS configuration so each application is a separate App Pool (with identical settings).
Is there any drawback or potential issues to doing this?Is it possible that ASP.NET applications could have been built with the requirements that they are all within the same App Pool?
Im developing ecommerce website and i want to add category menu to my website. This category menu should have 2 levels for sub categories as well. I tried navigation controls in ASP.net. But still i cant understand how to create the navigation menu in order to integrate with back office. I understand that i can do this with XML file, But if i want to add new products categories or remove categories, XML file should update automatically according to that. I don't understand how to do that. In brief all i want is create category menu with subcategories and i want to control this from my back office.
I am re-vamping an existing website and have several "Sub" directories. I need to have my navigation (not using the .net navigation/sitmenu) but I need my mnus to point to the absolute root of my site in order to go between menu item pages. In other words, my menu is structured like this:
As you can see, the only two pages that are in the Root part of my Project are the Default.aspx page and the Contact.aspx page. This wokrs fine if I am just going to the Home (default) page or the Contact Us page, but of course if I go to the Rose Garden or the Articles pages and then try to go "Home" the page isn't found. I know that using "Absoluteroot" should work to get me back to the root section of my menu, but the only place I have used this is in the BlogEngine. Can anyone plaese point me to a tutiral on how to do this within my own web project?
I am trying to create a web service application that will need to use .net 4.0 for my datamodeling and other things. I noticed in VS2010 when I select New | Project the "ASP web service app" option is available if .net 3.5 is selected in the combo box but if I change that to .net 4.0 the option goes away.
After researching the only thing I found was a message where someone suggested to use the WCF web service option. I have never dealt with WCF before so I have no idea what path that will lead me down.
Here is my concern... we have existing web services developed in .net 3.5 that are already in use and we have windows based client applications that are developed in Delphi (version 7.0 to be specific) that already talk to these web services with no problems and no special coding required. Delphi can simply import the WSDL which generates an interface unit that gets compiled in and away we go. This new service app I need to create must also be accessed via the same Delphi apps.
The current asp web service apps generate 4 files when "published": web.config, .asmx file and in a in folder there is a .pdb and .dll file.
Can anyone tell me if support for this type of web service app is still available via .net 4.0 and if so how do I create the project or is that something that has been discontinued and thus no longer possible?
I have a Visual Studio 2010 and when I added a NEW project, VS gives me default css and UI themes. I have 6 aspx pages. Now whenever user is going into some specific page, I want the menu bar of that page to get highlighted so that user will know which page he/she is.I have a page called: CommSetup.aspx. In the page_load I have written this code:And in the master page I changed this: In code behind:
Im creating a web application in asp.net visual studio 2008.. in my application, i have manually created a menu control.. since, the menus changes by needs, i wish to load it dynamically from sql table..simple application which loads a menu control dynamically and i can develop mine using those concepts.
Bit of a weird title, but here's the deal. For a web site I'm working on, we have the need to generate quasi-3D images on the fly. Basically, it's for an art site, and we have the need to show a 3D representation of a Canvas given a 2D image (jpg). (See here for some context.) The approach we're taking is to leverage the WPF 3D API and create a Viewport3D in code, add a bunch of points to it with the correct dimensions, and then apply the textures from the original jpg appropriately. While testing it, I was testing it the whole time in a sandbox environment, and in the built in Cassini web server in Visual Studio. While trying to migrate it over to the actual code repository and testing it there, it stopped working. The image that's pumped out is the correct size, but is completely blank. It's totally black. After hours of banging my head against the wall, I figured out that it's an IIS issue. I created a simple sample app to demonstrate the issue (doesn't add images though it just paints all sides green), however since most of the code is largely irrelevant to the question, I won't put it here, rather I'll post a link to it:
If you do download it and want to run it, in the code behind of Default.aspx you'll see this:
Feel free to change that path to whatever, and make sure that the correct permissions are in place as it'll try to save a file there. If you try that sample in Visual Studio with Cassini, it'll work fine, and you should have a new file called "output.png" which has a green 3D cube. If you try it in IIS, you'll get a blank image. A few points: Before anyone asks, yes, I gave all the proper folders the correct permission issues. I also do the actual 3D generation and image saving on a separate thread with the Apartment state set to STA. know this is a bit of an unusual case of fusing WPF and ASP.Net, but by some chance, Is there some setting in IIS that I need to change? Is there some limitation to the WPF API that won't allow it to run out of IIS?
I Created msi installer for my web application with the help of the following link. [URL] But when I insall application using this installer into my IIS under root dicrectory I can see my .cs files also. How to remove these .cs files from msi installer. ( I am using VS2005).