I am trying to setup my page layout in a masterpage and I havent till now any success.how many divs Im gonna need, and how to position them. Everything I tryied did not work out. On the top left I am gonna have an image logo and on the right of my logo in vertical-height 50% is gonna be set my menu. Actually I dont know how many divs Im gonna need keep in mind that my header div will be 100% width of my page.
One div header including two divs, one for my image and one for my navigation;Two divs..; One div header including one div for my menu or for my logo..;One header div..;Every option looks logical to me but I am sure that one is the most acceptable choise..
But when i go to Design View of the page (for creating the events automatically or for drag/drop any new control from toolbox, I don't want to type everything) the design view only shows the master page! the page controls are complete ignored!
I have a page with features supplied from both a master page and a child master page.In the content placeholder for the head in both master pages I have supplied the link to the stylesheet for the site.In Design View in VS 2008 the CSS code seems to be functioning correctly.When viewing in a browser the CSS does not appear to be applied at all.
Here is the CSS code for the div elements within the main content placeholder:
How would I go about creating a desktop application that would be capable of generating an ASP.NET master page, perhaps using drag and drop for the different allowed elements (image, text, video). I would take the co-ordinates and generate a master page that can be used later.
I created a .master page having images,.css file. If i created I .aspx page then it displays normally (with master pages content) but if I create .aspx page inside some folder then design is not applying to the sub pages (Only for pages which are inside the folders)
a) Assuming a page has a master page associated with it, then all controls (those declared in master page and those declared in content page) created during design time are assigned declarative values only during an Init event? I'm assuming this since to my understanding controls need first to be put into the control tree before they can be assigned their declarative values? And when page has a master page associated with it, then aren't page's controls put into the control tree only during the Pre_Init or perhaps even during the Init event? Then if that is the case, then isn't the earliest that these controls can be assigned their declarative values during Init event?
b) Assuming our page is associated with Master page and also uses a theme --> skin files are also applied during an Init event, so I assume that during an Init event Asp.Net first initializes controls to their declarative values and only then applies skin rules to them?
I have ASP.NET Page - PageBase and some pages that inherits this page:
public class PageBase : System.Web.Page public class SomePage : PageBase
I would like to have some controls placed in PageBase that every page that inherits from this page (like SomePage example) will have it displayed as well. This works perfectly in WinForms. If I place control (in designer mode) to WinForm A, I will get it displayed in form B - that inherits from A. This is perfect for building complex solution and I need to extend my WinForm solution to web.How will I do it in ASP.NET?
I have a base page called let's say Login.aspx with Login.aspx.cs code behind.Now...I would like to derive page from that page for several specyfic customers. Basically nothing changes in layout (aspx file), the only think is difference in handling Page_Load event. However when I access my derived login page LoginClientName.aspx no output is rendered - my aspx file contains only:
I'm working on a web application. One of my co-workers has written some asp.net forms pages. The page classes all inherit from BasePageClass, which of course inherits from the Page class. I wish to add some MVC controllers that I've been told need to use the same logic implemented in the BasePageClass. Ordinarily, I would want to inherit the functions in the BasePageClass in the controller classes, but this breaks the inheritance heirarchy.
I have the following scenario,There is a master business object containing 40 fields2 separate child business objectsIf I update a child record, I have to update master's 'Last modify by' status along with 3 or more fields in masterFor this purpose, I don't want to initialize a separate Master class object (as most of the fields are unused/wasted)The 'last modify by' also gets updated if the records in master get updated themselvesCurrently I have separate business objects for master table, Child 1, Child 2 etc.
How do I control this in my business object design ? Do I break up my master object ? Say I extract last 'modify by ' into a new class, through inheritance or some other way ?Is there a way that whenever child gets updated I use a 'small' class to update Master status only and whenever the master itself gets updated I do the same.Problem is that I am having redundancy in my small class (Master class also contains 'Last Modify By ',
I have a master page containing a tree and 3 dropdown lists. I am populating a context menu on right click of each node, and when clicked on any item of the context menu, it navigates to required pages.
My problem is after navigating to the required page, the selected values from the drop down lists and the selected node from the tree are getting cleared.
I can set the selected values for the dropdown lists by making some properties in master page. But how do i maintain the selected node?
In my content page, i have got the valuepath of the right clicked node.
Or is there any other way than setting the properties in master page?
design pattern that works well with Visual Studio data tools against an MS SQL server; to retrieve a subset of an object's fields for all rows, and then on-demand retrieve the remainder for one row. I.E. just the small summary fields that I will serialize to a master grid view, then the larger properties including a large blob that I will render in a detail view. The performance hit from retrieving the large blob with the master result list would be too great.
The data shape is static, and I can define two separate data classes to match the specific summary vs. detail information returned. However that sounds anti-pattern-ish, to define the data classes specifically to suit the presentation layer. It also presents another problem, how to translate from the summary item to the detail item in an object-oriented way?
I have a master page setup that is used throughout my site that is basically a header with a menu. I recently added a textbox and a button to this master page which is to be a quick search box that is available anywhere in the site. When a user enters text into the search box and hits the button, I need to load the actual content page which is used to search and show search results (which also uses this same master page), and have the text entered available so the search can be triggered automatically. Again, this search text box and button is now in my master page so it could be triggered from anywhere in the app... it serves as a convenient way to do a basic search from anywhere in my app, without having to first navigate to the actual 'search page' that already exists. You can also navigate to the actual search page, which uses the same master page, where there is many more search options.I'm thrown off by the master page arrangement, which I have not used until this project. What do I do?
Is it possible to inherit a sharepoint master page(as a parent) in another application's master page which will be treated as child (i.e. after integrating that standalone application with the sharepoint application)? I am totally new to Sharepoint..