i have user controls inherits from base user control like this:
How do i insert CustomerSendMail & UserSendMail into aspx page?
Note: The derived user controls having the same control layout as the base user control. Making copies of ascx page for CustomerSendMail & UserSendMail is not good idea, because if i modify the base's ascx page, the old CustomerSendMail & UserSendMail 's ascx page should be replace with the new one.
I have a problem with calling a method on a aspx page from a usercontrol.
The case is: I have 1 main page with 5 usercontrols, when something goes wrong in the code I want to display the error message in a Modalpopup Extender. I can create for each usercontrol a different modalpopup extender but isn't much easier when I make 1 popup in the aspx page. But the problem is: How should I call a method in the aspx page that open the popup?
I have search several hours on the internet but can't find anything useful.
Here is my scenario.In default.aspx page user selects the country, state, city from drop down list, and store them in cache for further use. but when other user open the web site from other computer it shows the same country, state, and city selected by user 1. Is there any problem related to cache? I have stored data as following.
cache["ctryID"] = ctryID;
I want to show default country, state , city at page load of default.aspx
First i had taken Default.aspx Page .after that i added master page to my project.Now i want to include this master page into default.aspx page I was mention master page attribute in Page directive of defult.aspx.
Now problem is i am not able to Get the attribute of <asp:contentplaceholder>.
I have created a web application. I have a page "Default.aspx" and some other page say"test.aspx". In test.aspx, I am setting some values in a collection object and then setting this object in session. I am not getting but somehow during execution of test.aspx, the default.aspx gets called where the session containing object gets reset. Its very important for me to know whey this default.aspx gets called even I am not making any call to it. I have other pages also like a.aspx,b.aspx, c.aspx, d.aspx and many more. All other pages work fine.
I have got 3 aspx page and a usercontrol on each page have an email placeholder in it. What I want to acheive is when the customer click on the usercontrol email placeholder, certain method on a particular page should trigger. See below for the code:
using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Web; using System.Web.UI; using System.Web.UI.WebControls; using System.Text; using Tangent.Breakingfree;
Also I have got another method on a different aspx page, I want to trigger that method when the client is on that page. The user control should trigger the right method depending on the page user is currently on.
I have several regular expression validators in my site. Some validate postal codes, others validate phone numbers and still others email addresses or something else. What I would like to do is be able to specify a SkinID for regex validators that have a more specific purpose (e.g. postal code validation), but also have the default definition for regex validators apply as well.
So, I could specify some properties that apply to ALL regex validators and then some properties that are specific to certain regex validators (which I would specify by SkinID). Is this possible, or does only 1 .skin file definition apply?
I am working on an ASP.NET 2.0 website project. It has the frontend part for end-users and an admin part for administrators. I have created two themes for each of them. What I want to do is apply one theme to frontend pages and another theme to admin pages without having to specify the theme on each page.
Senario: Masterpage with a UserControl and a child ASPX page
In the past when using this senario I've used an Interface as a way to pass a value from the UserControl (embedded in a master page) to the masterpage code behind then consume that value in the child aspx page.
My question is now that asp.net 4 have arrived is this still a good way to achieve this or is there another or perhaps better way to do it? I've read somewhere that perhaps "delegates" is perhaps another route to take.