I'm working on some basic form validation styles for an ASP.Net website. I need to select all span elements that are visible, and add a css style to another element. (Just to indicate which input fields are invalid.) The below code works like a charm in FF and Safari, but fails in IE. I've narrowed the problem down to the :visible selector. Here's the jQuery code. IMPORTANT NOTE: Production site is running jQuery 1.3.1 There were changes made to the :visible selector in 1.3.2 release notes
I have a vertical menu placed on top of (z-Index) a background image. The background appears nicely on my development server but does not appear on the production server. I have deleted all folders and file from the appropriate directory on the production server and copied all files and folders from the dev server to the production server to no avail. I figure that there must be a setting blocking this functionality on the production server or perhaps that older version (Server 2003) does not support this function.Oh, I have been attempting to add 2 PNG images to this post but cannot succeed.
I have for example a ASP Menu control having a static (File) and dynamic (Open, New) menu such as :
I am able to see this menu under VS 2008 under my development PC. But when I deploy the app to a IIS server, and run the app, the whole app appeared the same. Only the Menu has "File" for selection but the submenu items (Open and New) did not appear when the mouse cursor was moved over "File". Only the Outline of the dropdown box of the submenu appeared.
I am knew to CSS I never usually do it. I am creating a menu and I change the image of the button when the button is hovered over it. But when I go on the submenu the image reverts back to the original image. The code I have used is below.
When VS debugging view on the .aspx page on Internet Explorer 8, I don't see the picture except for a blank Image control box outline and at the top left corner, a symbol "X" in a square box was displayed. Is there some settings to do with IE8 or Visual Studio 2008 ?
I have problems with optimizing AJAX Control Toolkit. The specific problem is that 4800 records take about 30 seconds to bind in Internet Explorer (only 2 seconds in Opera & Firefox). I've tried anything, but I still can't improve the load time in IE.I've already enabled compression and caching, I'm using ToolkitScriptManager instead of ScriptManager. I've tried setting LoadScriptsBeforeUI and EnablePartialRendering to false, but it still doesn't help.
After launching my first ASP.NET site (www.oldfutures.com), I have noticed that the dropdown menus of my NavigationMenu web server control don't appear in Internet Explorer or Google Chrome... however, they show up and work fine in Firefox. Looking at the page source I found the following line that I think might be responsible:
I have noticed that all of the menu items with submenus include a tag for ".ct100_NavigationMenu_0", and all of the submenus don't appear as they should. They simply appear white, and none of the options of the submenus function. The problem is that I don't know where that code is being generated from. I can't find any settings where that is set up. It must be generated by ASP.NET 3.5, but I don't know where from, nor how to change it. Is this line indeed the problem? If so, how do I fix it? Is there some other line in there that is the problem? I've been trying to figure this out for a while and feel like I'm beating my head against a wall. Could anyone take a quick look at my site and see if you can figure it out, or at least point me in the right direction?
I am working on a website at the moment, I am using .NET 4 and VB. My site is contained within a Master Page and all working OK. I am using an ASP:MENU control which is driven by a web.sitemap file and works a treat. I have had an idea of something I would like to know but I am struggling to get it going correctly (not sure if it is even possible) What I am after doing is having the main categories of my website across the top horizonally (this part is no problem) and the sub menu items going vertically but down the left side of the page such as:
Logo Here Menu Head 1 Menu Head 2 Menu Head 3 Sub Menu Head 1 Sub Menu Head 2 Sub Menu Head 3
Does anyone have any idea if such a thing is possible or not?
i have a menu, what i want is that when i click on parent item of menu then only subitem should display,mean i dont want to display subitem on mouseover. what should i do.Is there any property should i set or i have to write code for it .
I have a problem with my visual studio 2008 for my ASP.NET application on one PC (HP with Windows XP). The Dynamic submenu items are not visible when mouse over a menu. The same application works fine on another PC. It worked fine on the same PC 4 months ago. In recent 4 months, my PC had some updates, like windows XP updates, Visual studio 2008 updates, flash update, adobe update, and iTunes update. After I noticed the problem, I had tried to uninstall the all updates except windows XP updates; and tried to uninstall Visual Studio 2008 completely; then re-install it again.
isn't there any way except setting the website as an application in IIS??because i want to create it in filesystem.thare are lots of links andi i almost all of them but i'm confused and it doesn't work.
I have asp button control on my page. Upon running in IE, it is not doing anything even postback. While the same is running perfect in Firefox. I have surfed the web regarding the problems and almost applied all the things. I have no double forms tag. I found one solution to set UseSubmitBehavior="false". After this, it work but my text box controls lose its content. I am using framework 3.5.
i want to send mail to user using checkbox selection within Grid View so i write this code using this website: [URL] But problem is this is working in mozilla but not in IE 8 , my IE enable script debugging. here is my code:
I have a page that utilizes an IFrame to display another page within the first one. I am using ASP.NET 3.5 and when I click on a button to do a post back event, it causes Internet Explorer 7 to throw an error.
I created an active x dll and I am using this dll on my web page. whenever I try to run my web site and perform any action, it displays at the top
"Internet explorer has blocked this site from using ActiveX control in an unsafe manner. As a result, this page may not display correctly"
I tried to add my site in trusted sites, but trusted sites only takes the site that has https: prefix. Is their any way I can add my site to trusted sites. My security level is very low. I want to set up the security only for this site so that users can use it.