I have a page, under a master page. I gave a button for printing the page. But the page will be printed along with the master page contents too. How is it possible to print only the contents of the current page excluding the master page contents ?
n the web page I need to print some content partly fetched from database to the user. The user can print all the reciepts of his basket or just print one reciept. what I do for now is that I redirect user to another page including datalists that fetched regarding info from database and then by clicking print it prints data. after that user shoud push back button to be redirected back to main page.But I want to do something on my page, that some how maybe pop up modals or flyouts or anything else, will be able to show data collected from database match with users basket, and let user click print and then print it. I need a solution on the same page not on the other page.
I am using a master page to all the pages i am creating in the website. I have to provide a print option to all the pages. how to print the content page when you click the print button in the master page in order to avoid header, footer and side navigation in print.
It's working fine when the page content is within the bounds. However, if the horizontal scrollbar appears as a result of overflow, am able to print only the visible content while the overflown contents couldn't be printed.
I thought it may be the getElementByID() and then something like 'tabcontainer' (which contains the tabs) or 'tabcontent' (the content of each tab) or 'GridView1' or something, but I could be completely wrong.
have a swf file which content a FlvPlayback play to play targeted video. It is working OK when I run published HTML file from flash professional CS5. but when I embedded this flash to asp.net content page using object tag the move will pay but the video controls play and stop with disappear.
The swf file is depend on other files such as skin file, image, video each... these file are on same folder where is my swf file located and they are all under one folder my my VS2010 project. When I run the swf file from the folder in the VS2010 project is working OK but when I embed it to aspx page I will miss some controls in the flash. I tried another swf file that depend on external resource to run such as xml file, and images, jscript fie and the swf file will lunch but will not work and there is no images would appear but still when I run the swf file from the VS2010 project will run OK.
I have a USER CONTROL with a <div> tag and a button. I want to print the content of the <div> when the button is clicked. Only the content of the div and nothing else no matter where the control is used. This without opening a new window.
Under Visual Studio 2010, I'm developing an asp.net application. I added a folder to my project called Flash. Under Flash folder I added a swf file with its external resources to run.
The folder content: 1- ScrollingImages.swf file to lunch the flash 2- ScrollingImages.xml file that the swf file uses to read images from thumbnails folder 3-thumbnails folder which content images used by swf file. I can embed the swf file to html easily using this code:
But when I use the same code to embed it to asp.net page I will have a problem that the flash will run but I cannot see the images so the swf file unable to locate the xml file and the folder of the images location and they all in the same folder.Here is the code I used in the aspx.net content page.
I also tested it in aspx.net page and I'm getting same result no images appear. I know that the problem is related to who to embed the swf external resources (the xml file and the images folder) to the aspx.net page but I searched a lot and I could solve it.
I'm using this Ajax script [URL] to load content from an aspx page on another server than the page calling the content. So far I've learned that this is a no go. The problem seems to be that when using an absolute link to content the script fails as apposed to using a relative link.
I've searched the web for about 10 hours now, and I still haven't found what I'm looking for.