Right now i am creating .html page dynamically and including in iframe of aspx page. it works fine ,but when i deploy it.on using https://I am getting errors in IE8 .. It works fine with IE7 and Firefox,so instead of giving the html file as source to iframe.., i want to try showing the html directly on aspx page.. rather than giving as a file..
I have a windows user control simpleusercontrol.ascx which has a button control which when clicked calls a delegate method as shown below:
This works perfectly fine when I run the project in VS.Net by pressing F5 ie by using VS.Net inbuilt web server. However problem arises when I try to run the same project by creating a virtual directory and calling through localhost.
I am in the process of creating a photo blog website for my photography. To outline my website, basically I want my homepage to be the blog where I'll upload a daily photograph. In addition to the photo blog, I want a number of static pages such as Contact, Biography, Galleries (here's where my question fits in...).
In the static galleries pages, what is my best option for creating galleries? Would I be better off coding it from the start in C# or embedding an HTML website that is creating from Adobe Lightroom? To give you an idea of what I want, take a look at my current website which is www.nigelivy.com. I would like to create a similar site in terms of look and feel, but the reason I am re-writing the site in ASP.NET is because I want to increase my functionality, I already have some knowledge of ASP.NET, and I have a Windows Server which is ready to host the site.
I am trying to test out some characters from a querystring to see how they render as HTML. Unfortunately the ASP.Net controls that I have tried so far like label and setting the inner html fo a div tag have only resulted in the following result:
I noticed this string earlier tonight on an article about trackback spamming that I would really like to try out [URL], but the problem is that I can't get an ASP.Net control to render this as HTML. It only renders it as text.
The whole idea is to produce URLs that create hyperlinks to your site when stupid blogglers add your code to their page of opinons that matter not, yet are important to them.
I want to be abel to allow a user to input a users loginID into an html page, then when clicking a login submit button, load an aspx page (vb) and feed the text that was inputed into the login Input Text field into the aspx pagees login textbox.
The HTML label control is on master page. And I want to access its value on other aspx.cs page. As there are many other control on the master page so i use the recursive function to access the value but NullReferenceException occurs... The code on aspx.cs page is as:
i have an html page and i want to open it in an .aspx.
I need to made some changes in html before i show that in browser , and i need to make them in memory, so i open and load and make changes to my html Page and , now i need to pass that html string to iframe, but i am not able to do dat from code behind, iframe.innerHtml do not work.
I tried to set innerhtml for a div instead of iframe, that works , but here when browser renders html page, it applies my Html page style sheat on my aspx ( where CSS are defined for body ). Means the CSS for body that is in head of my htmlPage , sets on my aspx page.
Im developing a website in asp.net where i want to connect the Payment gateway(rbs worldpay) as instructed im connecting to the payment gateway...the problem is, there im using some html button to connect the gate way as per the instructions the input button should be in form tag .in masterpage inherited aspx page we dont have any form tag the button is working properly when i placed that html code in content placeholder 1 but the button is displayed above the page......if i place that code in content place holder 2 the button is not working...........
We're including the lines necessary to wrap the page, but it comes out looking very funny. The formatting is messed up and it shows this:
MIME-Version: 1.0 X-Document-Type: Worksheet Content-Type: multipart/related; boundary="----=_NextPart_01CB60A3.2553DD60" This document is a Single File Web Page, also known as a Web Archive file. If you are seeing this message, your browser or editor doesn't support Web Archive files. download a browser that supports Web Archive, such as Windows® Internet Explorer®. ------=_NextPart_01CB60A3.2553DD60 Content-Location:
I just wanted to insert flash animations into a page using Asp.net, advise me the simplest technique for enbedding flash in to asp.net page.And on clicking a that particular flash , it should be redirected to another suitable page.
I have a HTML IMG tag on my master page and there are aspx pages in the same folder which access this master page and it works fine.but if i have aspx pages in sub folder(inside root) which access the master page,the IMG doesnt work,the master page is in root folder.
Editing a web site project with master page in VS2010Ultimate with SP1 and Win7Ultimate 64 bit. Former everything was working fine - all toolbox windows were available when editing master page or aspx page. Now with the master page all toolbox relevant tab were enabled and show - when switching to a aspx page only the HTML tab is shown and enabled. When checking all "Show all" all expected tabs are disabled.
Even the <asp:> namespace is a unrecognized namespace in the aspx file.
When compiling or debugging/running everything is ok.
How can I solve this problem? I'm using Win7 Ultimate 64 Bit, VS2010 Ultimate and IExplorer 9 and the latest updates from Microsoft.
I have the web page [URL] written in html. I have also created a form on this web page, but I do not have any idea how to create the aspx page to capture and email to me (via my mailserver), the data the user enters and submits through the form
Building asp.C# shopping app that is using a hosted payment page to process payments (using posting of data to a hosted payment page). SSL certificate is signed and installed.
Prelim) (HTTPS) Users authenticate using asp Login control
1) Users add items to cart.
2) (HTTPS)Users go to checkout page.
3) Users finalize their order, then click pay now after agreeing to T&C.
4) Server gets cart data (from MSSQL2005) and sets a transaction cookie (expiry set to 20 mins).
5) (HTTPS) Server Response.Redirects to an html page (in the same folder as the login protected pages).
6) Html page reads transaction cookie data and generates form fields.
7) (HTTPS) Html page posts data to hosted payment page (php).
8) User enters payment info and clicks pay now.
9) (HTTPS) hosted payment page posts info back to a .aspx page that checks if payment OK.
10a) If payment !OK, redirects to a declined page.
10b) (HTTPS) If payment OK, sets a verification cookie (expiry set to 20 mins). Then redirects to another html page.
11) Html page reads cookie data and generates form fields.
12) (HTTPS) Html page posts data to hosted verification page (php).
13) Verification page verifies (of course), if transaction ok.
14) (HTTPS) verification page posts data to a .aspx page that checks if verification OK.
15) If verification OK, process orders and do receipt stuff.
This control flow was tested on an unsigned dev environment. SSL was being enforced, if needed on the unsigned SSL certificate. So we'd get prompts that certificate may be bad, but the control flow worked seamlessly.
However, now live with a signed SSL certificate, going from step 5 to 6, we are encountering a situation where some users (not duplicated every time, but verified that it does occur) when they click pay now and are redirected to the html page, they are forced back to the ~/login.aspx page (as if they were logged out).
Things to note:
a) The session did not time out.
c) I can process the entire flow seamlessly on the same machine with other accounts, and occasionally, the same account.
So, basically, I'm stumped... Is this a viewstate error? A login control bug that won't let me redirect to an html page because it is now using a real SSL? Anyone have any experience with this kind of deal? I'm at a loss for solutions at this point.