Visual Studio :: How To Set The Background And Foreground Colors For The Dynamic Menu Level
Aug 26, 2010
I am using Visual web developer 2008 Express. I have a menu with a static top level and a dynamic second level. When the dynamic level is displayed the background is always white. How do I set the background and foreground colors for the dynamic menulevel?
i m want to bind asp.net menu control from database and some of static value both, i know how to bind menu from DB and also know how to static bind the data in Menu, but i want two add two static record in menu control and after that i want to bind data from DB in menu control, and than again three static record bind in menu..... i think a lot about this and finally i thought to add my static data in dataset at particular positons, but problem is that i dont know how to bind static data in dataset at particular 1st 2nd and 4th,5th,6th pos.
I need to create 2 level deep menu. The first level is static and horizontal. And i need the second dynamic level to be horizontal. Is there any oprion for dynamic menu item or it can be done by css somehow?
My problem is that the intellisense is not enabled within the App_Code folder, so to twick this problem I initially create a separate folder where I develop my classes then I move them to the App_Code but, but I'm convinced that this is not the right practice so how to configure visual studio 2008 to enable intellisense at the App_Code folder
Whenever I start a debug session for my Silverlight 4 app, IE first opens on top, then disappears behind VS 2010. It does this regardless of whether there are any breakpoints set or not and it's starting to get very annoying. Is there a setting to stop this happening?
My existing system has Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Web Developer 2010 Express. But Microsoft web installer for Webmatrix has made Wematrix Launch ribbon menu pointing to Visual Studio 2008. How could I make Webmatrix point to Visual Web Express 2010. To make use of IntelliSense and the debugger, I have to manually launch Visual Web Developer 2010 Express.
I came across this site and like the top nav menu [URL] can visual studio 2008 generate such a menu like that. Moreover, what about if I want to apply security on what to show in the menu. For instance, I will have 3 departments ( Finance, Accounting and Marketing ) each department has its own apsx page. Depending on role, I need to show / not show a page under each department. How can I enforce such thing.
this sound may too easy, but for a person who has no idea about the asp.net is not. I am using visual studio 2008 and I want to add a drop down menu in my page. does any body have any idea how to add this please? The dropdown menu should be linked to a table from an access database since I am going to collect the data with C# therefore I decided to post in in this forum.
I'm developing a web form using visual basic.net and visual studio 2008. I noticed I cannot select multiple text boxes and make the them to align all make them the same size. I select one textbox, and then hit ctrl to select more controls, it did't do anything. And also I cannot see in format menu, something like align or make the same size. But if I create a windows form, I can see the options. But I remember I can do this in visual studio 2005 before even for asp.net web form.
I have a very vexxing issue. After installing a third-party application and add-in for VSTS 2008, it has corrupted my menus/buttons by duplicating/cascading these throughout studio (i.e. Multiple sets of each menu - File, Edit, View, etc, each of which has multiple submenu entry sets). I have tried to use Add-In Manager to uninstall it and removing the application (which added the Add-in to VSTS). I tried Tools->Customize and resetting the MenuBar and ContextMenu options as well. I tried running each of the following (closing and then reopening VSTS after each) from the command prompt, which completed but did not fix things.
My question then, does anyone know a way to reset the menus/toolbars for VSTS 2008 to their defaults or correct this some other way? I know I can unistalll both products and resolve this but I *really* want to be able to use the third party app (Red Gate's SQL Prompt).
I have a trial version of VS2010 and created a simple out of the box ASP .Net web application. I have been playing around with the css file for the project and have yet to figure out how to effect the menu tabs.
i havent uninstalled Visual studio 2010 .... for some requirements i had to repair my visual studio 2010 installation... now after repairing or reinstalling (not uninstalling and then installing, i reinstalled from the visual studio installation options) the visual studio 2010 i noticed that the asp.net Mvc template has vanished ... i tried to repair/ reinstall again but somehow it doesnt come up ... the template is not reflected into the visual studio new projects menu... as a result i am not able to load any of the mvc projects either ....
is there any possible way apart from uninstalling /repairing or reinstalling the visual studio i can get back my template again ? into my visual studio.... like wise somewhat kinda manual customization or like that ?
I tried using the the New ASP.NET Default Web Template in Visual Studio 2010 but one issue I'm encountering is with the CSS selected menu item and read apost which stated that...
"This screenshot demonstrates some of the styling options provided by the CSS, including the style for the selected About menu item"...In the screenshot the "About Us" menu item is highlighted but the page's content is the "Home" page content, not "About Us" page. My problem is...I can't get the selected item to be highlighted as in the screenshot even with fresh site using the built in template.