I'm try to get my site to detect what browser someone is using to ensure they're using one that is compliant with our site. Everything works, except Firefox seems to post the wrong version in the Request.Browser variables.I'm on Firefox 3.6.10, but Request.Browser shows Mozilla 126.96.36.199. It's correct in the HTTP_USER_AGENT string:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:188.8.131.52) Gecko/20100914 YFF35 Firefox/3.6.10 ( .NET CLR 3.5.30729)
Is there a way to detect it better without having to parse through the HTTP_USER_AGENT string?
I have a web application that runs via IIS 7 what i want to do with the application (Asp.net with C#) is only load if the browser is greater than IE9, or greater than or equal to Chrome27 or greater than or equal to firefox19.
How to do this or areas i should read to do such a thing?
I have a Save button in my page. When user clicks it, the program will do some checking. If it passes the test, the record will be saved. If not, it will fire another button's onclick event. The 2nd button has been set with both height and width = 0 and it has an extender AJAX ModalPopup.
Here is the code for the 1st button (the visible Save button):
Problem is that setting height and width = 0 for the 2nd button can make the button invisible in IE. But it shows a very small button in Chrome. If I set the 2nd button to invisible, it simply won't function at all.
I need to stop users users using the browser back button and potentially submitting an old version of a form.
I'm storing a guid in a session variable and also writing the value to a hidden form field and then checking the session value against the hidden field value if a user does try to navigate back and submit an old form.
If the form is submitted and the user wants to complete a new copy of the form then a new guid is generated both to the session and to the hidden form field. Now, if the user decides to hit the back button a few times to get the old form and tries to submit it again, the page checks the current guid in session against the guid stored in the form field and it finds a mismatch and prevents the form being submitted.
This works as expected in Chrome and Firefox, but in IE6, when the user hits the back button to view the old form, the new guid value appears in the hidden field of the old form! This means the user can submit the old form again, which we definitely do not want.
I'm working on an ASP.NET web application for our corporate intranet users. I have a form where a user should provide a path to the file on the local network (something like "localServersomeFoldersomeFile.ext") without uploading the actual file. The issue is that users don't want to type the whole file path and want to use some kind of visual browse dialog.
The standard HTML <input type=file> element allows to browse for a file, but most of the browsers (except for IE) don't allow to access file's full path, so I think it should be done by some external component like Silverlight, Flash, Java applet etc. I tried to do it with Silverlight, but I'm getting a SecurityException when trying to access file's full path using Silverlight's OpenFileDialog class. This java applet [URL] seems to do something similar to what I'm looking for, but it's focused on uploading files - I only need to be able to get file's full path and pass it to the server as a string.
Im calling the new popup window from gridview like
In the AddTargetPopUP.aspx ,I have button Call "ADD".When i click the add button it'll insert datas into database.I want to reload the parent gridview after insert into the database and want to close the popup.
I am creating an application which will offer option to users to select language manually instead of culture settings. But I need to offer only those languages which are installed/setup in browser. This will be used to judge user preferences.
I have an web application which requires login. When users finish their activities they simply logout. What I need is to clear browser history when user click logout button. This should disable BACK button in browser.
I have written a SP which maintains users log in and log out history,it works fine when any user logs in or clicks on log out, problem is that as per need its not to allowed to keep the screen idle for 1 minute or more then in the log out column Null value is passed.
Create proc usp_trackuserlogindetails @username varchar(50) = null, @command int = 0 as BEGIN if(@command = 0) begin insert into userlog (USERNAME,LOGIN,LOGOUT) values (@username,Getdate(),Null)
Here when user manually clicks the log out button then 1(table above) is the output.
When user leaves the screen idle then after 1 minute the page goes to the Login.aspx page if the user tries to do something on the current page,here 2(table above) is the output can i store some hard core value instead of Null like Session expire or the exact session expires time.
I have two asp page first is login page. I enter username and password then after submit click goes second page their is a logout option. then thr URL of second page is copy and paste in another browser then it will second page it is not logout,I want to after paste URL it goes Login page.