Gridrow Button click loads aspx Page1 which is a Modal window(window.showmodaldialog). It has an ascx in it called UC1. In my Page1 following is added.
<head><base target ='_self'/></head>(this was added to solve the problem of losing session data on load of Page1) I cannot do away without this code.
I am assuming this is avoiding Pageload event of Page1 when the same gridrow button, who opens up Page1, is clicked the second time. Please note that after second click I can see the page1 with all it's controls but when I try to debug, I see that it does not raise the page load event the second time. It's as thought the page had been cached or the same frame is gettign loaded.
Problem is I want to raise the Page load event the second time also beacuse my dataload for Page1 happens only on page load. PS: Please note only the second click onwards page load doesn't happen. the first time pagelaod works. If I click a new row's button the first time it works.. later it stops doing a pageload
I have a asp page with tow buttons search adn enter and asp required field validator in it, what I am trying to do is validate the input only when the enter button is clicked not the search button, right now when the search button is clicked it validates and throws an error.
I have page on which I've a login control in which I've a subnit button. The problem is this that when I refresh the that page the submit button or any button that was clicked last before page refresh gets its click event automatically fired.
In set the Send button as default button in my page. In the button click event I try to set the focus to the TextBox. When clicking the button the event work fine but While clicking the enter button I cant input text to TextBox.
I try to create a asp.net 4 webpage, using masterpage.
On webpage I have a formview and inside the formview I have a ajax modalpopup. I have multiple buttons and textboxes on the modalpopup, and created a test event, but I still get the message that the textbox is not declared.
I want a confirmation password message box on a click button event. if password is correct then it will perform some business rule action. other wise it will show a message you are authorised for it.the button will be server side control at the webpage home.aspx
Okay, this may seem silly, but on an ASP.NET .ascx control, I'm trying to use:
<input type="button" runat="server" />
<asp:Button runat="server" />
And it's not working for me. This code:
<asp:Button id="btnBuyCat" runat="server" Text="Buy Cat" ToolTip="Click to buy a cat" OnClick="btnBuyCat_Click" EnableViewState="false" />
renders the following HTML: (ignoring naming containers btw)
<input type="submit" id="btnBuyCat" name="btnBuyCat" value="Shopping Cart" title="Click to buy a cat" />
That's mostly fine, except I want input type="button" not input type="submit".
I tried this code:
<input type="button" id="btnBuyCat" name="btnBuyCat" runat="server" value="Buy Cat" title="Click to buy a cat" onclick="btnBuyCat_Click" enableviewstate="False" />
and get this HTML:
<input type="button" id="btnBuyCat" name="btnBuyCat"" value="Buy Cat" title="Click to buy a cat" onclick="btnBuyCat_Click" />
in my ASP page iam using button and drop down list controls. In the button click event i have some process, and dropdown list change event have some coding. while iam clicking the button its not directly goto button click event, its going to dropdown list click event.
I have a gridview on my page. I have a checkbox in each row of this gridview. For each checkbox in the gridview, I'd like to update my table accordingly, but I don't want them to have to hit a submit button every time they check the checkbox. I want them to check all the boxes they need to and at the end, they should hit one submit button.
I have a jQueryUI dialog with some textboxes, plus a button. Right now, the asp:Button tag used to generate the button automatically sets its type as type="submit". The structure of the dialog is such that pressing enter at any of the textboxes should not call the button click event. It seems like the cleanest way to solve the problem, if it is doable, is to manually set the button's type to something other than submit. Is there a way to do this?
Edit: Forgot to mention this, but the button text is bound to a database item by <%# Eval() %>, which doesn't work without a server-side tag.
Because MVC2 generates input submit buttons, I would like to render my ActionLink instances as buttons. However I have not been able to find a simple means to implement this.How can I create an <input type="button" /> tag and have the onclick="" redirect to another Action? Or in other words, how do I code a button that behaves like an ActionLink?
I have the following code and no matter what I do onclick event for button is not firing. I tried deleting the button, the pages. Redid the code. Moved the web project to a different computer and nothing. It worked a few hours ago.