i am having a problem on my aspx page, what i did was i wrote a simple url re-wrte rule in my aspx page, after i write my url re-write rule my query string looks like this [URL] idea been to writing a rule to accept that above query for user friend seo url string, but when i am in that page i cant click any of my datalist page indexes ...it will redirect to [URL] i dont know how to fix this proble, i am trying s hard ,but i cant make it work, i think page post back changing my url re-write link.
I have 2 link button in my page and every thing was working fine until i added window.onload() method on my page. After adding window.onload() first link button is working but not the second button. I am using update panel in my page
I put a gridview in Aspx page and this gridview is in UpdatePanel. I add a template field and in this i add item template where i put LinkButton. Now when user click on this LinkButton i want to do Postback the page.
I would like to ask how can i make an html anchor (a element) or even any object to do a postback or to execute an server side method?I want to create a custom button (a wrapped with some divs to do some custom them) and i want to implement OnClick to be look like the ASP.NET LinkButton?Like<a href="#" onclick="RunServerSideMethod()">Just a simple link button</a>
If I click this button it is working OK (it will respond with a PFD file so no HTML is sent back to the browser), but if I click another button on the page (which makes a full postback) the LinkButtonPrint will not have the inner content, it will be rendered like this:
What am I missing here?
EDIT This is duplicate of asp.net Link button image not visible after postback.
I have a asp.net page which has been url rewritten and when im sorting my gridview or paging it via my custom pager it works.
This works fine for first postback to the using the update panel, but 2nd postback the url has changed to the wrong url. When u view source the form action= is still point to correct url, but updatepanel / datagrid is ignoring this and using some other url.
why and how can i ensure this url is always the rewritten version used for updatepanel postbacks?
I want to allow users to click only once on button. In fact, the button is a user control:
That button control gives us access to OnClientClick property of lbButton. This button is used on other user control:
As you can see - i disable button on client-side and then return true (to do a postback). That's for only sample purposes. This code will disable my button but there will be no postback. If leave only "return true;" inside onclientclick script then i'll have my postback. The conclusion is - i can't do a postback if i disable button. The question is what's the reason of such behaviour and can i do any trick to over overcome this issue. I figured out i can hide button and still perform postback. But why it can't be disabled? There was already a thread on similar topic : [URL] but answers weren't satysfying. User Participant gave his solution there but i'm not fully understand his idea. Could someone explain to me why it can't be done my way and if it can be done by any other method?
I have four radiobuttons inside a repeater control which by itself is inside an update panel
// code is something like this
i have a linkbutton and an image button outside the update panel the way i retrieve checkbox values is doing a findcontrol for checkbox for that repeater and getting the checked value. // code behind
I select one of the checkboxes and when i click image button, am able to get the correct status (checked =true). But when i use link button, it is always coming as as if the selection did not register.
So this might be a fairly specific issue but I figured I'd post it since I spent hours struggling with it before I was able to determine the cause.
<asp:GridView ID="gvAttachments" DataKeyNames="UploadedID" AutoGenerateColumns="false" OnSelectedIndexChanged="gvAttachments_SelectedIndexChanged" runat="server"> <EmptyDataTemplate>There are no attachments associated to this email template.</EmptyDataTemplate> <Columns> <asp:TemplateField ItemStyle-Width="100%"> <ItemTemplate> <asp:LinkButton CommandName="Select" runat="server"><img src="/images/icons/trashcan.png" style="border: none;" /></asp:LinkButton> </ItemTemplate> </asp:TemplateField> </Columns> </asp:GridView>
In the ItemTemplate of the TemplateField of the GridView I have a LinkButton with an image inside of it. Normally I do this when I have an image with some text next to it but this time, for whatever reason, I just have the image. This causes the UpdatePanel to always do a full postback.
I have a linkbutton and two buttons on a web form. When clicked the linkbutton postsback and makes a placeholder visible. The problem is that I would like to know if the linkbutton has been clicked. Can I find this out when it causes a post back so I can avoid running a function that occurs.
I dont know what happened but none of my buttons or linkbuttons causes a postback anymore. I have dragged a few updatepannels on the page but the linkbutton concerned is not enclosed within an update pannel. when I click it there is just no postback happening anymore. I set the debugger at Page_load but...its not reached. I used firebug to analyse the http requests. there is none. its like those are not considered buttons anymore.
I have an update panel with content that needs to be updated by a listview item which is a linkbutton, in .NET 3.5 I just used the defaults on all the controls and everything worked fine, after the upgrade to 4.0 the linkbutton causes a full postback with page refresh. I did try setting the linkbutton's id as the trigger for the update panel and still causes same page refresh. The scriptmanager is on the masterpage with enablepartialrendering = true.
I need to dynamically create a linkbutton within certain rows of a gridview. I am using the following code:
The problem is that the hyperlinks appear as required, but when clicked, they do not fire the skillLevelClicked sub. I think this is because the controls are generated and then forgotten about because they occur within the gridview lifecycle.
If I set up a repeater that has LinkButton controls, an UpdatePanel works great. If I add child elements to the LinkButton,such as SPAN, the UpdatePanel stops working as expected. If you click on the area of the LinkButton everything still works, but if you click on the area of the SPAN inside of the LinkButton, you get a full PostBack.I've tried setting ChildrenAsTriggers to true and a few hundred other things. Nothing seems to work. I think the UpdatePanel sees that the "click" event happened on the SPAN and doesn't know to capture it for an async postback.