I've been asked to re-write an existing VS 2003 applicatoin in VS 2010. The application contains multiple sections that allows certains users the ability to edit based on security roles. Each user is able to view the sections. There is ton of code to enable/disable section permissions for each user. Is there a better option available in VS 2010? I'm not too familiar with MVC and not sure if it would work in this scenario - each section should be available when the users login.
I'm trying to create a member section for my website and a non member section. I want the nonmember pages to have access to all the member pages but just not certain features like saving to the database. Is there a way to have the same page for both members and non members but have certain controls like buttons and other things that are only usable to the member that is logged in?
Our current application is working fine but when you try to misbehave like we found out that When login with same user in multiple tab with different organization(there is a organization dropdown in the master page which sets the cookie whenever it is changed.) in tab one it is org 1 and tab 2 it is org2 , cookie has the later org 2 in it but when we go back in tab1(which had org1) and save the record org 2 will be saved with the record So can some one share some sort of a checklist with us which address these types of problem.
SiteName=mysite EnterName=Enter Name Yourage=Your Age etc...
I want to Use above assign Text or Label for dual Language. How can i show above label to my aspx site. or is there any example? i can see how to fetch to notepad data in the asp .net site for dual language? I dont want to use Label store in Database, i want to use Label from notepad.
I want my codebehind to dump a very large set of JS into the ASPX page. This is required, as I can't use external JS code for this component, and the code is also unique to each customer. Is it possible to do this from codebehind? I know how to set the value of text boxes etc. (.Text/.Value = xxx) but I can't see how I can just 'dump' code straight onto the page.
I need to create a membership section in my ASPX website and I was wondering how do I start. It should be a simple member log in section, where they could register, see their profile, and upload documents once they register. Do I need to create a database for that or visual studio 2010 already has some templates included?
I want to create a section on my website where members of our non-profit club can log-in and view personal data that we occasionally upload. Preferably PDF files.I used Expression Web 2.0 to design the existing site and have no experience with ASP.NET but would like to learn. If any of you have the time to point me to a tutorial or series of tutorialshat I would like to do is create a log in page where the employees of our golf club can log in and view payroll information. We only have 8 seasonal employees at a small non-profit golf club but this would save me a lot of time if I could have it all online for them. I am the volunteer treasurer for the club.
I have a gridview within a panel. As I am using ASP Content, and the width of the grid view will auto extend to the left, and beyond the default IE width, and I got to scroll to left using the horizontal scroll bar.
Now, I wanted to fixed the length of the Panel to maybe 800px or 900px. With this I wanted to add a section to the Panel, and put the grid view within the section, and I wanted this section to have the ability to scroll horizontally.
In short, I do not want the Ie's scroll bar, instead, I want a scroll section within a Panel.
I am looking for multi-level accordion menu (drill down to few levels deeper) (expand and collapsible) for my website. Is there a sample anywhere I can use? it will be nice if I can dock it to the left by clicking on an icon and slide back when I click on the icon again.
I can do the database and security side with no problems, I can also get the hostname from the URL, but what I am struggling to find out is how to create the basic plumbing that would allow a new customer to sign up online, provide their company name, and for the application to create the new URL, ready to be used straight away.
how do i create website which supports various screen resolution & Multi browser support (i.e 1024*768 ) and others using asp.net...
i have developed website in asp.net (vb) my monitor resoultion is 1024*768 but when i try to access my site in other monitor having the resolution more than 1024*768 then the controls are unmanaged .... in the webpage...
While converting a desktop application to a web app, I've run across my ignorance when attempting to implement a multi-column data entry form using CSS. I'm resolved to avoid using tables for this type of thing, and while I found a good reference to laying out a data entry form, I can find nothing that applies to multiple-column layouts like this one: