The menu control when used on the newly released VS2010 with ASP.Net version 4.0 renders vertically briefly, then renders horizontally. This causes a 1/2 second annoying flash of the menu in vertical form before it disappears and renders horizontally as intended. If you choose to render the menu as a table this problem doesn't happen, but if you choose to render the menu as a list (using <ul><li>) then if happens every time, but is hidden on development systems where response is quick enough such that the rendering vertically is not visible to the naked eye. How can I cause the rendering to be horizontal (without the brief vertical rendering)?
I've got a site that uses an Accordion, it has AutoSize="Limit" and the height is set to 600, however, when rendered, the Accordion div style is set to:"overflow-x: auto; height: 600px; overflow: hidden;"Does anyone know why this is the case? My understanding is that an AutoSize value of Limit should render style of "overflow-y: auto;" if not "overflow: auto;"?I tried setting the width to see if that makes any difference, but it still has "overflow: hidden".At the moment I have a work around which places the Accordion (with AutoSize="None") in a div with a style of "height: 420px; width: 750px; overflow: auto;", but I'm surprised that this issue exists and would prefer if I didn't have to use this work around.
i am creating a menu which has the below structure. what i would like to do is use a jquery ui accordion control.
can i place an accordion in an accordion?... i.e. menu 1 expands out in an accordion and then the sub menus in menu 1 need to expand out in another accordion.
menu 1 sub menu of the menu 1 menu item menu item menu item sub menu of the menu 1 sub menu of the menu 1 menu 2 sub menu of the menu 2 menu item menu item menu item sub menu of the menu 2 sub menu of the menu 2
I am experiencing a weird issue with my menu control on a website I just launched. Basically it seems like the top and bottom padding for the control is like 400 pixels on certain pages. This does not happen on IE6, IE8, Firefox 3.6, or chrome. Only IE7 (also IE8 compatibility mode). The other weird thing is that it happens 90% of the time and not 100%, so I can't get full consistency. Here is an image of what it should look like versus what the issue is. [URL] bad menu What I have done so far is remove skiplinktext and also tried to remove the 4px padding I had, neither helped.
menu nav = home page > studio info > Registration > Register now
I need to place a vertical menu in my application. This should be bind using xml datasource. Also it should support expand/collapse (if any option has child links). Also first node should not be displayed in the menu option.
I have my master page with flash banner on it ,and I have a vertical right to left menu.When I click a menu item with sub menu items,they appear behind the flash banner, I tried many ways to fix it,but I don't know how to make ub menu items appear above flash banner not behind it
Can we include vertical menus inside of horizontal menu?? I want to dynamically add vertical menus( the values of the items inside of that are driven from the database) to a horizontal menu to get a tab strip like look and feel.Further is there an other way to making this process dynamic so that adding some values to the database drives the menus that appear on my page?
I want to have a side navigation menu (Vertical Orrientation) for a master page. Now the problem is, when I created a web form and include my created masterpage, the objects inside the content placeholder of a webform appears in the bottom of the side navigation menu. I want to make the objects appear at the right side of my navigation menu. How can this be done??
I have a page that is currently generating dynamically created textboxes in a table format. The users are requesting that the tab order be changed from horizontal-vertical to vertical-horizontal. I know that you can use the tabindex attribute to control the tab ordering, but I can't for the life of me figure out the right way to get the sequential number properly for the textboxes. I guess this is more of a math question than anything else!
FYI, the textboxes are made while looping two different collections. First collection looped to make the rows, for each row, second collection (which is a property of the first collection objects) is looped to create the columns.
But it doesnt display any scrolling images. I am using .net 4.0 Tried setting menuAccountMembers.RenderingCompatibility = new Version(3, 5); as well. If there a property to only display the first 5 root menu items, then show scroll bars for the rest? It can be click-able, no need to hover over to show next item.
I need a help in creating a vertical oriented Menu control with dynamic url's set in there Navigate Url property.Also i need to set the menu items as enable/disable in two different modes say edit/new.
I am trying to implement dropline menu using asp.net menu control. I found JQuery dropline code @ Dynamic Drive & currently using CssFriendly Adapters to get neet CSS, but i am unable to implement it as menu control renders its own css names.
I'm trying to build a website for real estate listing. now the data would look like a datagrid. and while clicking on it, it should open under the clicked row the dynamic data related to the specific row. (like an AJAX accordion). this website for example ( ignore the language, couldnt find any better example [URL] Now, i've been told that this works by using "Dynamic Div Creation" which i have no idea how it should work this way. Is it possible to make it work by using an Accordion inside a datagrid? or what?
how to use vertical tabs with jquery. In my web site i want to use partial views i implemented it with jquery horizontal tabs but i want it with vertical tab as my links are in right side. so any one know the solution plz tel me. I am using asp.net mvc application
I'm posting in this forum because I suspect that my issue is to do with how the Toolkit is handling Overflow, coupled with a subtle difference in rendering between IE8 and Firefox.I have a two level menu created as follows:
In IE8, the menu behaves as expected. In Firefox the behaviour is also correct, except that whenever a menu option is clicked (level 1 or level 2), a horizontal scrollbar appears. Once it has appeared, it remains in place until the screen refreshes or, oddly, focus moves to a completely different window. That latter point makes me wonder whether Firefox does something "odd" when an element has focus.The CSS is as follows:
So, not a showstopper, but an annoyance that scrollbars keep appearing in Firefox.