I am referring below url , there is one column which has some large data i dont want to show in grid, but on clicking show detail i want to show detail in Modal Popup, right now it shows blank data, is there any solution for it. URL..
I have a Gridview in my form(c#) and used Textbox to Bind values to gridview cells.i need to Show One of the coloumn value which is in textbox in Popup.while click the cell the popup should show the cell value.
Which I found useful to create gridview with dropdown filter. What my gridview differs from your one is based on ID, a modal is loaded. E.g. there is a column called "review" and in that column there is image that when clicked it loads a modal with details. My question is, how do i do this using the code provided by you. So ID is passed back to code. (So backend knows which row is clicked).
I gone through your "Display details of ASP.Net DataList Item in jQuery Dialog Modal popup on button click" Example it is very nice but i want to Display image also With the information it can display i assign image src like
I wat to know 2 different things, using above Gridview Layout:1) when I click on only Gridview "Hyperlink", it should open a modal Popup with 1 Gridview inside modal Popup. And close modal Popup when clicking on cancel button.2) How to navigate to other ".aspx page", when clicking on Gridview "Hyperlink" OR "ImageButton" inside above Grid.
I am trying to get a modal popup inside a modal popup?, also i want to fire the modal popup on a condition in a text change event of a textbox?...is this possible and can anyone give me directon on this
I need to be able to pass the ID of the input element into jQuery, probably using the $(this) selector somehow. I'd like to be able to re-use the same code for multiple elements on the same form that require the customer ID look up. I also don't know how to create this kind of functionality inside the ASP.NET environment because it doesn't fundamentally allow more than one form inside one .aspx page.
this is the first time i'm using jQuery dialogs so this question might be somewhat simple but i haven't found answers on this yet.
I'm using ASP.Net Ajax to perform an asynchronous postback when user enters something into a Textbox(actually scanning a barcode). This is working like a charm.Now i need to let the user decide between two options under certain conditions. Therefore i need the postback to decide if this dialog must be shown and what content it has.
Q: How to open a jQuery UI (modal) dialog from serverside, let the user choose an option, postback again to server and handle this decision.
I think i need AjaxControlToolkit.ToolkitScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock to register the script that opens the dialog, am i right? If yes, what script opens the dialog onload?
Can i then postback to server by setting AutoPostback=true on the control(f.e. RadioButtons or a DropDownList)inside the dialog and handling the appropriate events?
What is the best/easiest way to accomplish what i'm trying?
Edit: I considered to encapsulate the dialog into an ASP.Net UserControl and show/hide it. Is this approach recommendable or will it conflict with jQuery in any way?
I am running into a problem on a page which has an UpdatePanel. The input field with the validator (1 to make it simple) is in a Panel within an UpdatePanel. The Panel is set to Visible=False at the first Page Load. There's a button inside the UpdatePanel which makes the Panel with the Validator Visible.
Validation is being performed, so the validation summary wil be shown in a div on a page, but the validation is not being called by the WebForm_OnSubmit() function in this case, because it's not being rendered.
Is there another function that has to be overriden for this case? I know I can use a Full Postback for the New button and then all the stuff needed is being rendered on the page, or I can make the panel not visible by using a style, but I don't prefer that because there are a lot of pages with this situation.
I think my title says it all. I have a modal dialog showing up and the user can make some changes and then click a 'Save' button. I need that to totally post back the whole page. I just assumed the button would fire off regardless of the jQuery.
I have tried searching for the answer but have failed to get any insight into this problem. Look at the following two examples. [URL] (JQuery modal dialog without <input> element) Above pages have very simple JQuery modal dialog, whihc displays correctly in IE, Chrome, Safari and Opera. Unfortunately, Firefox does not display the modal dialog with <input> correctly. It displays the other one correctly. I have tried the following without resolution to this peculiar problem:
- Changed doctype - Used <table> to enclose <input> - Used <div> to enclose <input> - Used all possible CSS display attributes for <input>