When I implement Custom web control inheriting ASP.NET Menu Ajax is not working. I try to Override Render method and generate Li's rather than table.I try to use Control Adapters, but when I am not using adapters for some pages ithe base adapter is generating just hyperlinks with span. I do not want this way. So I can not use these.
I need to develop an easy and quickly to build menu structure based on xml. The menu needs to have a "Main" menu at top of the screen and a submenu at the left of the screen. Excactly like this: [URL] where i need to get started and wich control i should use?
No one replied to my earlier request of hot to get MY code to work. So i thought i would ask it a different way. Can HoverMenuExtender be used to create a multilevel navigation menu system for a website? If so how? I have tried several ways to do this and keep running into the same brickwall of when hovering over the Second SubMenu the First SubMenu disapears. I have tried several can Menu systems but all seem to be lacking in versatility or cost WAY too much.
I have a user control which has following code to display collapsible multi level menu. i have used datalist control, CollapsiblePanelExtender to do it. but problem is when i click first level or second level menu it dosn't go to the corresponding page. because suppresspostback="true" in both the extender. if i don't do that it gets collapsed for all time. the situation i need to implement is when the menu loads it should be collapsed totally.
when i click the first level menu it will display the corresponding page and expanded to show the next level menu and go on this way. whenever i click another first level menu it will be expanded like the before and all other first level menu will be collapsed. same thing will happen for second level menu also. how can i achievezthis? it is like [URL]. all menu item informations are from database.
In classic ASP I would write some logic to get a nice menu on the site, but now with the Menu-control, it's as easy as it gets.. Maybe to easy. I can't quite figure out how I would do this.. I have a multilevel navigation structure (from a database) that I want to put into the Menu-control, but I don't know which approach is the best/easiest way for me..
I'm all into performance, usability and all that.. The only thing I have really decided is that I want to use the Menu-control, I haven't decided what datasource I should use or how to style the individual links my way The data is coming from a database and is not supposed to be changed very often (maybe once or twice every month).. Thought of making an XML-sitemap, but also of making some sort of SQL-hookup.. I'm leaning towards the XML-sitemap because it wouldn't take long to generate the XML every time the navigation changes and that won't happen very often. The next issue is styling, how to do that? I have the neccesary css ready for the individual links, but I'm still unsure of how to get it to the Menu-control.. The css I have looks like below and in its current form is intended just for the anchors
I am working on a website at the moment, I am using .NET 4 and VB. My site is contained within a Master Page and all working OK. I am using an ASP:MENU control which is driven by a web.sitemap file and works a treat. I have had an idea of something I would like to know but I am struggling to get it going correctly (not sure if it is even possible) What I am after doing is having the main categories of my website across the top horizonally (this part is no problem) and the sub menu items going vertically but down the left side of the page such as:
Logo Here Menu Head 1 Menu Head 2 Menu Head 3 Sub Menu Head 1 Sub Menu Head 2 Sub Menu Head 3
Does anyone have any idea if such a thing is possible or not?
I have currently on multiple pages a modal popup that displays the information below, we are getting to the point where we need to call this popup from multiple locations, currently i have duplicate setups on each page that i want to use it on, but its becoming a mess to manage when a change is needed.. so im looking to see if what i have within the modal popup can be turned into a control that i can call anywhere thru out the site and have just 1 setup to maintain going forward..If its possible to create a control that can then be placed within the modal popup and server the same purpose that would be great any links here is what i have within the modal popup that i have on atleast 3 pages currently..
I want to create a custom Toolbox in asp.net which will contain all custom control that i have made. Now the user will drag these controls from custom toolbox at run time and create form. I tried but did not succeeded.
I am trying to create a web custom control but I am unable to find the templete that should be in my projects window. I am using Visual Studio Pro and it should be there. Doc's say standard version doesn't have it but thats all I can find.
I have for example a ASP Menu control having a static (File) and dynamic (Open, New) menu such as :
I am able to see this menu under VS 2008 under my development PC. But when I deploy the app to a IIS server, and run the app, the whole app appeared the same. Only the Menu has "File" for selection but the submenu items (Open and New) did not appear when the mouse cursor was moved over "File". Only the Outline of the dropdown box of the submenu appeared.
I got requirement to create a accordion menu which will have different menus for different site collection. So, i created this Accordion which is in bind with site map file. But my Sitemap file has multi-level nodes, here my accordion is displaying only single level menus.
i have a menu, what i want is that when i click on parent item of menu then only subitem should display,mean i dont want to display subitem on mouseover. what should i do.Is there any property should i set or i have to write code for it .
I have developed a dynamic menu with asp.net, everything is believed correctly. The problem that I have is that there are items of the menu that have the empty route, that is to say NavigateUrl = "", and however the cursor that he/she takes the mouse when it passes above the links it is hand, and I want that, if he/she doesn't have route to which to go takes cursor=text.
I have proven putting it in the leaf of styles, putting it for code, but anything, when I pass the mouse above the text that puts in the menu it puts me the cursor with hand. I believe that the problem is that he/she is taking the style of the hyperlink, but this style I don't want to change.
I have a problem with my visual studio 2008 for my ASP.NET application on one PC (HP with Windows XP). The Dynamic submenu items are not visible when mouse over a menu. The same application works fine on another PC. It worked fine on the same PC 4 months ago. In recent 4 months, my PC had some updates, like windows XP updates, Visual studio 2008 updates, flash update, adobe update, and iTunes update. After I noticed the problem, I had tried to uninstall the all updates except windows XP updates; and tried to uninstall Visual Studio 2008 completely; then re-install it again.