Mobiles :: Backcolor Property Not Set To The Mobile Label Control?
Mar 3, 2010
I m using mobile label control on mobile web form now i want display backcolor property for label control.But when i run the application the label not showing the backcolor property. Is tr any other alternative or anything else.
I have an assignment to develop a mobile application for My company's customers (around 250000). its could be download from our website or we can also provide to our customers those are visiting our branches, on their demand.Requirments:
I have a gridview control that has a different background color for alternating rows (done using cssclasses). In the RowDataBound event code, I want to change the background color of a ListBox control in one of the cells to match the row color. I have tried the following (in blue), but it does not seem to work. The listbox control still remains with white background. How may I determine the background color of the row so that I may set the ListBox background to match?
A corollary question is, "How may I programmatically reference an item within a CssClass?" For instance the CssClass is named "datagrid." How do I programatically retrieve the value of "background-color" that is defined in this CssClass?
I am trying to develop the single page in asp.net web mobile application as code behind c#. I have took the Mobile select list control on page.It has items, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8...20. I want it should be assign the selected value of select control to mobile label control situated on page (Mobile Form). As per i know I have to code this on OnSelectIndexChanged Event at code behind. ok? but nothing like this happening. I have written the method (Event) on code behind. I don't want to write javscript or on .aspx code ( not want any client code). I want to conduct functionality on code behind. How should I can achieve this.? As I found Select List control of Mobile toolkit not generates the server side event. What I have to do?
Is the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit (MMIT) used for developing web-based mobile apps, or just for mobile apps that get installed on the device? I'm new to mobile development, and plan to build an app that will be accessed via a mobile device. This app is NOT an app that gets installed on the device. Can someone point me in a good direction regarding what I should be installing? I'm using VS 2008, and the app will likely be an ASP MVC platform-based application. However, I'm not married to that platform, and I will use whatever makes the most sense.
We have our site which user accesses from desktop browser as www.domainname.org now I am working on mobile version of the same. I came to know that some mobile sites have URL as [URL] so i thought of making our site as accessible from both domainnames I am using WS 2008 & IIS 7.0.
I am Developing a mobile Application by using .Net the Application having forms which are having different options like textfields and radio buttons.date,...etc Now, After filling the data into those forms then, I want to Store that data into Mobile internal or external Memory Later when the GPRS connection is available then, I want to retrive that data and want to send it to a server by using http connection or something else
I am new to asp.net c sharp; right now I am working on one project, in that I need to send the [short message service] to mobiles, I don't how to send the message to mobile. Please someone help me, give some ideas or some links where I can find the sample code or sample projects
need to create a simple mobile application for my college project using asp.net.The problem is in MVS Create New Project Option.... the Smart Device Sub option, there are only 3 options Pocket PCSmartphoneWindows CEand my teacher has asked us to create applications (not WAP related) that must work on ANY multimedia phone not just MICROSOFT's high end phone (like the one i have Nokia 5130)
This is the first time i am going to develop asp.net web application for mobiles. All these while i thought there are seperate project templates available in VS2008 and VS2010 as i used to see them in VS2003. Now it is missing. I have also seen assemplies(System.Web.Mobile) available in .net framework for mobile based web controls. I googled, i did not find any convincing results :(.
Do i need to use the same Asp.net WebSite template for both desktop browsers and mobile browsers just by considering the screen layout?. that is i should detect if the request is from desktop browsers use one type of layout and other for mobile browsers. If my understanding is right? how do i test those web pages for different mobile models?
Many websites shows about how to run mobile pages on emulators...Actually how to run it in actual (real) mobile phonewant to use my own mobile as the real mobile phone to run the mobile pages and if possible.Can i run it like web application. Run in localhost?
or developing mobile web application based on the targetting mobile devices we can develop that in asp.net using asp.net controls but still so much of application they are using mobile controls in there project. mobile controls are not that much flexible but still why there are using? Is there any specific reason to use mobile controls in the project?
I am trying to use viewport on Opera Mobile 9.5...I am getting an issue around scaling...it seems Opera Mobile 9.5 by default scale everything to 200%...I tried to disable this but it is not workingI tried
I have my website created on asp.net and upgraded to 3.5.Now I need provide mobile site to some customer, I have no idea where to start. It seems the asp.net support on mobile web site is not quite clear. There are some introduce and guide, but they are not clear and some links are broken.I just want a most easy way to create a mobile version of my web site,
I'm trying to learn ASP.NET 3.5 from a book using Visual Web Developer 2008 Express. I've come across a curiosity. The book had me create a Label control and wanted me to change some of the Font properties. I went to the Properties window and saw a heading for Font with a plus sign next to it. I click on the plus sign and the sub-properties for font appear. So far, so good.
When I did the next exercise in the book, it had me create a new Web page with another Label control, and it wanted me to change the Font property again. But, this time when I went to the Properties window, I did not see a Font heading with a plus sign. I simply saw all of the Font sub-properties.