I have one login.aspx page one master page(Master.master). When I click on login button, my web page should view in full screen mode.This should happens automatically when user credentials are correct.Master page should open in full screen mode.
I don't want it in new window(pop up window). I don't want to ask user press F11.It should work
in all browsers.(mainly in firefox and Internet Explorer)
I tried with below codes. But it is not working fine. correct my code or new code.
The moment a user logs in application should get converted in full screen like we get after pressing f11
Admittedly, I haven't done a lot of development for iPhone or smartphones, in general. This is a conventionally sized asp.net 3.5 website with a subfolder that contains simplified webforms that are supposed to be optimized for smartphone screens, specifically the iPhone. The page giving me the problem contains an AJAX accordion control with three panes. The first pane has a DetailsView with the default mode set to Insert. The second pane has a three column gridview. The last pane has another detailsview that shows the detail of whichever record is selected in the gridview. Pane 1, the gridview, is the default view when the page loads. Everything works fine on the page but when it renders on the iPhone 4, the accordion and the controls are very small, occupying about 1/4 of the screen. Double-tapping the gridview causes the screen to zoom or you can use two fingers to stretch it to the size you want. I would like to find a way to make the page load with the controls already zoomed in to full screen. I have triedstyle="width: 400px;" in the <body> element, the <form> element, and in the <div> element. None of them made a difference.
I am creating a project in which i want to display my web page in full screen & Does not allow the end user to ext the full screen until he/she press the button. I google/bing but i dint get any help full material. Even i use this code
Using Microsoft.Web.Helpers package, I was able to create a kind of "Youtube" of my own. A very small application running in our local network where people can upload, watch, and comment on video uploaded, etc...). Unfortunately, there are some missing features to the screen I'm able to obtain using those helpers. There are particularly 2 features that I can thing of: If the user doesn't move the mouse for a few seconds, the menu and the mouse disappear. They appear again when the mouse is moved the Full screen option. How can I get those effects using the video helpers?
I am having an issue with displaying a PDF in an iframe in asp.net. When the pdf shows up it is showing up without the Acrobat toolbar that allows the user to zoom and print. This is causing a major hassle for our customers because they cannot read the PDF in the size that it is. If you try and set Acrobat to not show the PDF in the browser and browse to that page you get a message saying that it is trying to open it in Full Screen mode. how I can make it not do this from the code? Below is the code I use to stream the PDF to the browser:
Public Shared Sub StreamPdfToBrowser(ByVal doc As Document) Dim Ctx As HttpContext = HttpContext.Current '// Clear any part of this page that might have already been buffered for output. Ctx.Response.Clear() Ctx.Response.ClearHeaders() '// Tell the browser this is a PDF document so it will use an appropriate viewer. Ctx.Response.ContentType = doc.DisplayFileType Ctx.Response.ContentType = "application/pdf" Ctx.Response.AddHeader("content-type", "application/pdf") '// IE & Acrobat seam to require "content-disposition" header being in the response. If you don't add it, the doc still works most of the time, but not always. '// this makes a new window appear: Response.AddHeader("content-disposition","attachment[inline]; filename=MyPDF.PDF"); Ctx.Response.AddHeader("Content-Length", doc.DisplayFile.Length) Ctx.Response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "inline; filename=E-Sign Specification Report.pdf") '// TODO: Added by KN to possibly fix UA issue Ctx.Response.ContentType = "application/pdf" Ctx.Response.AddHeader("content-type", "application/pdf") '// Write the PDF stream out Ctx.Response.BinaryWrite(doc.DisplayFile) '// Send all buffered content to the client Ctx.Response.End()
After reading the solution provided below. I achieved full screen but here i got a trap. I was using timer to make my page postback to get fresh data after every 5 second. And here I found after every 5 sec new window opens up but I want full screen to go only once and next time content gets refreshed there itself.
I am using framework 4 and VS 2010 and have two iframes that loads two web pages on load. I enabled scrolling and set properties of iframe this way:
<iframe src="http://iis/app1/Default_display.aspx" runat="server" width="100%" height="900" id="I22" name="I22" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" scrolling="yes" style="overflow: scroll" > <p>Your browser does not support iframes.</p> </iframe>
My problem is that when page loads I have scroll bars on iframe but when I scroll the page is not complete bottom and right part are not displaying at all I just cant see it. If there are any controls in that unvisible part of page they are moved and everything looks bit messy. How can I display 100%, complete page (like when it is open in new window) in iframe with scroll bars?
I am using FTB on my aspx page. is there any way I can have Toggle Full screen feature in FTB, is this feature availble in FTB? it is available on TinyMCE, but I don't want to switch to TinyMCE since I am already using FTB in most of the pages in my application.
I have the following hyperlink code that opens a new browser window to display a page. The page (browser) opens not full size (maybe something like 500x500). How can I modify this code to make the new browser window open full-size?
if a screen with some data, called the main screen.On that screen i want to place a button, if i press the button a new window appears with another form. So no problem right now.The user change some data on the new window, and presses save.After the user presses save, the data in the database is update, but also he need to refresh the data on the main screen. How can i do that ? so that if the user presses save, the window closes and the main screen gets updated?
It'll be hard to explain, but here goes...I have a 3-col table that measures 1200px wide... the middle column measures 800px and includes all the contents, and both remaining rows measure 200px each and have "nice-to-display-but-optional" images (each has a 200px image).On a 1400px display, my table will display with no problems. On the other hand, if the screen is 1000px, then it'll display the scrollbars so it can fit the 1200px of contents.
How can I set the table (or any other html container) so that a 1000px screen only displays what fits on the screen without displaying the scrollbar?In this case, a 1000px would display the middle 800px column, and whatever fits on the sides (half of the 200px images). But the scrollbars would not be displayed, and the images would not be altered so that they fit in the remaining space.
I want to know, how can i open a picture from a web page to picture viewer like microsoft picture manager, when i click a button it should open a image in picture manager, picture is in one of my folders.
I've been tearing my hair out over this one for the past couple of days...
I am using VS2008 & IIS7 with Windows 7 & IE8. I am debugging locally.
On a certain situation on my screen, VS cannot postback a page. I am getting the following error and have tried everything I can think of to resolve the issue, but to no avail.... I have used local IIS and also just the internal web server as well.
Unable to download pagename.aspx from localhost.
Unable to open this Internet site. The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found.