In Visual Studio 2010, is there a way of changing the Cascading Style sheet on the server-side based on the client browser? I want to create different style sheets for the different browsers (Firefox, Chrome, IE, Opera, Safari etc..) and specify which one to use from the master page.
For reasons, I have an <a> tag in my master sheet rather than an ASP link. I want to access this html control from the server when a post back happens and change its style sheet. I have tried many a thing but as yet am still unsuccessful.
I am using a style sheet linked to a master pageThere are many styles on the css page that are working and have been working for quite some time on the master pageI can't put any new text inside a <div> tag on the master page and then create a style for it - the style does not get appliedThey style does get applied in design view but not in the browder when I run the website
I know the content palcehlder does not have a size ,I have a masterpage and content page, the master page has a table with a header, content area, and footer, header and footer are fixed size, content area is 100%. As the user sizes the browser the content area grows and shrinks and the footer stays at the bottom of the browser window - perfect!
Problem: The contentpalceholder does not grow to fill the available content area. Now, the contentplaceholder gets its size from its contents, which in this case is a div holding a silverlight object.I was thinking I could hook the master or child page's re-size event and somehow pass that info onto the SL object, but as it turns out (and I'm surprised I never knew this) there is no aps.net page re-size event! (really?, wow.)
So is there a way to get a SL object hosted on a master page to size itself based on the size of the browser window?Or more generally, a way to size the contents (like a div or panel) of a contentplaceholder based on the browser? on a standard aspx page (not a master page) I CAN get the SL object to size itself based on the broswer, the problem seems to come from the fact that I'm hosting the SL object in a content placeholder.
I guess I could 'unroll' the master page into several standalone pages and have it work, but the menu is on the master page and I'm used to using them, plus it's already done...<sigh>
I deleted my massenger history files xml and i could recover them full size but when i open then i get this error massage :The XML page cannot be displayed Cannot view XML input using style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later. An invalid character was found in text content.Error processing resource 'file:///H:/Hesham/
Started checking out VS2010 Express. I have it installed on my home laptop and my work PC. This "problem" occurs on both systems. In past versions of VS I thought I was able to add style sheets to a theme by right-clicking on the theme folder, selecting "New Item...", then clicking the Style Sheet item. In VS2010 Express, Style Sheet is not present as an option. Only Skin, XML, and XSLT are present.
Is there a way to add Style Sheet to the list of selectable items? My current workaround is to create a style sheet outside of the theme folder, then drag it into the theme folder.
The reason i am asking I have a list of a few products that may or may not change once a month, and instead of saving all the variables and diffrent things in a sql table I can just update/delete them in a css sheet.
I know I can probably copy and past it in and out of the .aspx page but it just seems so 'un-neat' to have lots of text in the HTML tags.
I am new to Asp.net and i saw many tutorials talking about css and Html and Xml Style sheet so please can anyone tell me what is the difference between those 3 Languages and what they are used for ? Also i want to know if we need to know HTML since when i was training on visual studio i saw that it is automatically generated when we add a control from the tool box .
I want to be able to create a style sheet at session startup (based on a large number of variables... this sheet must be created on the fly and can not be hard coded). At the moment i can set up styles and apply them to controls using the VS designer (html behind of a page). But i need to be able to create these styles at runtime because they will differ for each session. The names of the styles may not differ, but the elements inside the style will be changing.
I figured that one thing i could do is create a css file using System.IO to create the file and then use that to apply (but even then, im not sure how i go from creating the file to including it in the project at runtime), but is there an easier way?
Learning how to do a master page in asp.net. Trying to figure out how my style sheet interacts with respects to the master page and content page. I can get HTML tags like body and the style sheet to react. But when I call the ID attribute of a label no styling takes place. What am I missing here as far as interaction? BTW I'm using VS2008
I have a webapp with a Masterpage and 4 or so content pages. I have created a theme folder with a style sheet. I put the <pages theme="Default" in the web.config. When I run the app all the styles in the style sheet apply and it looks great. But design view does not apply the styles from my theme. Design view does not use the web.config setting or something. How do I get design view to apply the theme styles.
I need to style the asp:Menu so the navigation buttons have rounded corners.
I also plan to use Dynamic Data on multiple tabbed pages.
I have several ASP.NET web projects and their Output folder are set to "C:Builds[ProjectName]bin" (instead of the default "bin" folder). This makes "F5" Debugging not working because the ASP.NET Development Server expects the "bin" folder under the project folder.
I then changed to use Local IIS Web server (http://localhost/webproject1") and manually updated the vdir physical path to my custom output path. However the VS2010 will not load the csproj because it detects the url is already mapped to a different folder location.
I know I probably shouldn't change the Output folder. But wondering if there is an easy way to workaround this? The goal is to make "F5" debugging work with custom build Output folders.
this may or may not be a big deal but what I am looking to do is based on some data returned to my view I want to change the background-color to what value is being returned. Black, Yellow, etc.... How can I in my aspx page set my Style background-color based on this value in the model. I know Attributes are used in Web forms control but not sure in MVC how to do this