Web Forms :: Dynamically Changing Size Of Content Placeholder Based On Browser Size?
Oct 14, 2010
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>
When I create a default silverlight application in VS2010, I get a silverlight user control and a web site that hosts it. The object tag in the apsx page that hosts the silverlight object has its width and height set to 100%. The silverlight user control takes up all the broswer window and it also grows and shrinks properly as the browser is resized. Perfect.
If I add a master page and child page, in the child page I copy the object tag, still set at 100% height, the rendered page does not expand to fill the browser window/ I can set the object tag height to, say, 600, and it now is static at 600, but I want it to be dynamic just like when it was not hosted on a master page.
I do not believe this to be a silverlight issue, but rather a content placeholder sizing issue. I have tried a lot of diffferent ways to set the height, but nothing I do allows me to make the child page hosted object size itself based on the browser window,
Is it possile to get this to work or is this a consequence of using master pages? I can post sample code demonstrating this if needed.
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