I prepared a ASP.NET web site. But it contains lots of flash controls. When you enter the page, some flash controls can't load but page is opening.So flash parts are shown not well.To solve this problem, I want to add a page loading code on the aspx page.An image or a gift is illustreted until the page fully loaded.give me a code but I can't know how I add the code to aspx page, so I need some instructions as well.
i have an html page and i want to open it in an .aspx.
I need to made some changes in html before i show that in browser , and i need to make them in memory, so i open and load and make changes to my html Page and , now i need to pass that html string to iframe, but i am not able to do dat from code behind, iframe.innerHtml do not work.
I tried to set innerhtml for a div instead of iframe, that works , but here when browser renders html page, it applies my Html page style sheat on my aspx ( where CSS are defined for body ). Means the CSS for body that is in head of my htmlPage , sets on my aspx page.
I wrote a test page that does a bunch of busy work in a method called at page load. This process as I have it now takes around 12 seconds.
If I try to load another page while the first long running page is loading, this second page doing nothing except writing out a world, it doesn't load until the first long running page is finished.
Why is this the case? I would think IIS would be able to handle multiple concurrent connections, it seems crazy that one long running page would stop every other page in the application from loading. I must be missing something or not understand how IIS works.
I would think multiple independent requests would be spawned on different threads. Is this only the case if the requests are from different sessions entirely? Are all requests from a single session bound to a single thread?
I have a aspx page where I have a linkbutton and upon clicking that link button I am calling another aspx page passing a parameter in a pops up window, like below:<asp:linkbutton id='lbtn1' onClick=<%#"window.open('/testsite/mypage.aspx?param=abcd');return false"%>Till now it was working fine but now I have to include my page to another site where they have used JQuery for popup dialog and asked me to load my page using the same.I am really new to JQuery and have no idea about. I tried searching through this forum and google but no luck.Can someone please help me and show me how can I achieve this (please don't mind but a code example would be really appreciated)
I am able to display Customer records, but when I click on the details link to retrieve related orders, I am getting Resource not found error as shown below.: I can email to you my solution project to help make things clearer.I have added my code for CustomerController class
So, I'm trying to use form view in insert mode on a dedicated aspx page. So when a user clicks "Add New" from the main GridView page, it will take the user to an Insert.aspx page that will be in Insert mode ready to collect information.
Here's what I have so far, and all I get is a blank page when I try to run it.
We have installed a web site written by others which is compiled with Visual Studio 2008 and hosted in Windows server 2008 R2.
The IIS connection timeout is set to 120 seconds. But for some pages, the first page loading fails with HTTP 404 error but sequential refresh can bring the page up. The same problem happens for some images which fail to load in web pages. We are not very sure it is network related issue or hosting issue.
i have to give the user the option to upload his own aspx and aspx.cs files on to the server, adjust the hyperlink to point to a page which would do the following display the aspx and aspx.cs files code onto the page without actually rendering the code the browser should not understand anything, and while reading the files to display them the method be such that nothing is processed on the server regarding the code within the files to prevent from unnecessary problems many user would try to cause.
i have tried many ways of displaying it but it ends up on displaying the actual comments instead of the code. how to achieve the above. note main concentration is on asp.net and c# using vs08, so j script and ready-made tools be avoided if feasible
I am hoping someone has experience with this, but I am loading a window from a link on my main page. The window loads an ASPX page via the window's loadmethod of iFrame. The aspx page has its own update panel on it and I was wondering how I can call the window's "spinner" / process indicator while the page is processing. I have looked at the documentation on some online information about it but I am not sure how to implement it.
I haven't done much C# programming in a year - now I can't remember how to insert button click event code into the code behind page for an asp.net button in the html side. I know there's a slick way to do it, bit I can't find it anywhere. I remember that it automatically created the event code from the, for example, Button1 element. The event would then be Button1_Click(...).
Does code in an .aspx page (in between <% %> tags) get compiled in a web application or is it treated like markup where you can just change it without recompiling the solution? Does compiling only compile the code behind code in the .cs and designer.cs files ?