Web Forms :: What Is The Slickest Way Of Showing A Visual Image To The User While A Page Is Loading
Jan 31, 2011
I have update panel on the page to avoid postback and placed a dropdownlist control within that update panel. DrodownList is filled with Category names and also it's autopostback set to True.
Now whenever dropdownlist index change's on select, untill page loads complete data it should show mesage as "Loading.... in center and middle of the page and background should become bit transparent". And when page load completely with data then that background and message should get disappear.
I have an asp.net page, with couple of Divs, some of these div's get the image path from database and show the image in a smaller version (thumbnail). and as soon as the user click on thumbnail, I use ajax Modal popup to show the full size image, what I need to have is to have a progress image(gif), on every thumbnail image while loading the asp.net page for the first time, I konw that it is possible to use UpadePanel, but I need the actual working code,or any other way to achieve this,
The above code contains an image tag in header of the master page..
whenever I open a new web form linked with this master page.. the existing image doesn't open or isn't displayed..
And one more ques... the overall contents of the web pages are moving beyond their original locations after being run the program.. whereas the contents are in their own locations before execution.. How can I make them static to view??
Displaying loading gif image whenever my page takes time to load but not for particular single control. i had seen this. URL...but it working for button , can i check it for my whole page and all controls whenever it takes times to load.
I am working on a pretty heavy page in an application and the scenario is:
What I am trying to achieve is to load only the Tab and its user controls on the page load and when the user clicks on a specific tab, load its contents (User controls) dynamically. Once that is done, I am setting the tab's postback to false to prevent loading it again once loaded.
If I set the user controls in the other tabs to visible true, then no matter what; the page life cycle goes to each registered control and loads every subsequent control in that web user control which makes the main page slow (on loading and every postback).
i have a page it contains a User Control. in it we have a Button "View Tree" it will open a pop up window (contins a tree view).when we select any node in the tree the Corresponding item will be Loaded in the User Control and Close the Popup.i want to achive this With out re loading the total page. i am using VS 2008.
In the ASP.NET application that I'm working on, the home/landing page takes around 20-25 seconds to load.
And, that is expectable by everyone, as the application loads huge data, calls multiple services before the first page can be loaded.
I am looking to show some kind of HTML UI to the user while the page loads up.
I tried multiple things but the earliest that something shows up on the page is through Response.Write() in the Page Init and hide that HTML content in jQuery's $(document).ready(). In this case also, something shows up after 60% or the wait time has passed.
I want something to show up as soon as the authentication is done (form the login page) and before the home page shows up. Something similar to what shows up on Orbitz.com or [URL], some kind of UI between clicking search and the actual search result is shown.
If it was ASP.NET MVC, I can think of good solutions as you have complete control on the rendering but we are using ASP.NET 3.5 with server side Ajax controls.
Here's what currently takes place before the home page:
Login page submit actions - Authenticate, Load SSO Data, Redirect to home Page.
So i'm finally done with my project, which is a registration form, a long one indeed, with around 30 validations and fields, all is good. Only problem is that when you submit, it takes some time to process to the thankyou page, in this time, browser loading bar doesn't show that it's loading and nothing indicates that the form is being processed :S
Any way to make browser loading bar show? or like, add a custom progress bar? or can i make the submit button get enabled and show a text saying "Processing..." for example?
When I click Submit button in my Registration form it should be open a (div) progress bar Showing processing.... (or) loading and block background.how to display a progress bar loading.... in div after Submit button click??
We are making a site in asp.net 3.5 C# and i am showing my all user activites on one page (i am making a call to db at page load) but to get updated user activities i have to refresh the page so that again one hit go to the db and get all updated data.
But i want to update this feature like this site : [URL]
Objective: i want when user open activity page first time then in first hit it will get 20 latest user activities but after that i dont want to make a database call for that again and again. but each new activity of user's will automatically append to my activity list one by one.
i have developed my asp.net application along wih crystal report .... i need to show loading image on ever client and server side request .... (i.e) like when ever IE progress bar get loading i want to show my gif loading ... after IE progress bar finish its loading, my gif loading image should disappear .