i just want the RadioButtonList without the radio button on it, i will code the rbl so that selected items have a different background color and make it look more professional, the radio buttons themselves i want to be able to get rid of in terms of appearance...
I want to present a list of delivery options to end users which will be in 3 columns - service description, radio button (to select) and then the price of the service. Also I want to auto postback when the user selects a service from the appropriate radio button - e.g. :
However it does not seem that intuitive to pickup the selected value of the radio button this way, especially with the auto postback - I am having issues trying to access the selected radio button to interpret what the user wants.
It would seem much more appropriate for a RadioButtonList but I can't work out how to override the default formatting, and also how to insert extra table columns for the price etc to keep it all nicely formatted.
So either I need to crack the interpretation of the current setup or to find out is there a way to hijack the default setup of the RadioButtonList?
What I want to do is whenever you click a radio button on the Group1Most RadionButtonList, it will disable the corresponding radio button on the Group1Least RadioButtonList. The problem is I can't figure out how to select an individual radio button within the RadioButtonList.
I have an "articles" page that holds a radiobutton list and a textarea. when the user selects a radio button, the text area is populated. now the users wants to be able to point to an article via a url link. (everything is dynamic and being pulled from a db source)
by using a 3 party tool i was able to grab the exact http request (below) that will link to the users' selection. the problem is the url is extremely long. is there another way to link to the radio button selection? that way i can just modify the query string to fit a specific format.
I'm attempting to display the answers in a certain survey, exactly as the surveyed person viewed the original survey. However, when viewing, I don't want the browser to allow changing of the selected options in a RadioButtonList. Is there a way to make a RadioButtonList read-only, without using radioButtonList1.Enabled = false?
I've tried subclassing RadioButtonList and adding a Fixed attribute to it that only allows changing of the selected value whenever Fixed = false, but it doesn't prevent the user from changing the values; it only reverts it to the original value if the RadioButtonList has AutoPostBack = true, and I want to avoid using postbacks at all.
I've considered using the graphics for a selected/unselected radio button and coding it up as pure HTML, string and bale wire.
how do i go about looping through each group of radio buttons and getting the text of the selected radio button ?the code displayed above is created dynamically ... in my aspx file i have the following code
I have the following code<asp:RadioButton runat="server" Text="Male"></asp:RadioButton>I want a gap between the radio button and the radio button text, I made the following changes in the text field(prefixed a space) Text=" Male". However, I don't feel this is the most efficient way.
I am creating a wizard with a radiobuttonlist inside it. There are no style sheets being applied and I have the RepeatDirection set to Horizontal and the RepeatColumns set to 5. I have also tried changing the RepeatLayout from Table to Flow and nothing works. I want the radiobuttonlist to show up horizontally, but it keeps showing up virtically. Let me rephrase that. In the Design view in VS2010 it looks fine. However, when I view the live web page, the darn thing keeps going virtical.
I have a RadioButtonList that's dynamically filled with different sized items. The problem is that some items are separated from the actual radio button to a different line. I've figured to use to keep the words together but can't find any attribute or trick for the current problem.
Using an ASP.NET 3.5 menu control set to horizontal, is there a way to specify that only a certain node of the menu displays? For example, let's say I have a vertical menu on the left side of the master page that is tied to a sitemap and displays these nodes. The submenus would be dynamic and only display when the root node is hovered.
Main Page Second Page Sub Menu 1 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Sub Menu 2 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3
A certain (powerful) group of my users will always be going straight to the pages in Sub Menu 1 and pretty much never touching the other pages. They would like a sub-master page that is based on the parent master page so that the primary vertical menu and the sitemappath are all still there but the sub-master page will contain a horizontal menu control that only displays the the Sub Menu 1 node, like this:
Sub Menu 1 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3
Is there a way to set up the menu control to start displaying at a certain node level so the parent nodes and sibling nodes aren't displayed or would this require maintaining a separate sitemap file? I hope this makes sense.
I have a simple form that I am developing with a Radio Button Control with 2 list items. The other day everything looked fine, but today when I run the program and view the form, the circular buttons are missing, although the text of the list items can be seen. When I look in the design view, I can see both the buttons and the text.
I need to create 2 level deep menu. The first level is static and horizontal. And i need the second dynamic level to be horizontal. Is there any oprion for dynamic menu item or it can be done by css somehow?
A gridview is having 96 fields/columns retrieving data from an xml file.I need to gridlevel horizontal scrolling from 3 rd column keeping first two columns freeze .While scrolling horizontally (e.g. left to right), The column header have to move horizontally. Kindly guide me for the same. I got the scrollbars but now my issue is how to freeze first two columns of a gridview(for comparing values in one column with other column values)
Keeping Heading and Title column freeze and doing gridlevel horizontal scrolling for the rest.
I've two radio buttons in my web site for selecting sex, one s for Male & another s for Female, Problem is during the Run time, I was able to select both the Radio Buttons, but as per my need i should select only one radio button. And i should perform validation Wn user not selected even one radio button i should show the error msg, like " select sex "
I'm trying to implement accessibility (keyboard only) ability on my site, but I'm having problems with Radio Button lists. When using radiobuttonlists, when initially, none of the radio buttons is selected, I am able to tab through every single value and select one upon hitting "enter". However, after a value is selected, I can only tab to the selected values, which presents a problem if I want to change the selected value.
From what I understand, radio buttons are grouped at the container controller level, thus when it is considered a group, only one can be selected at a time.
I have a form where i want to view all columns from a table.I have a textbox and differeent radio button having values of each column.On click of button.I want to view all the columns as per selected row/rows from value given
Using jQuery I want to be able to click an element which will also checks it's related radio button. I had this working fine until we had to add runat="server" to the radio buttons.When I apply this it prevents my jQuery function from working how to get round it, heres a simplified version of the code:HTML
I've found out that when its converted to a .net control instead of checked="checked" (as it would be usually) it is just Checked, so I changed that but on inspecting the DOM in multiple browsers, none of my radio buttons are being checked(Are there any other ways I can use jQuery to check a radio button that has runat="server"?
I have a web application that shows a page containing between 6 and 20 AJAX UpdatePanels, contained with Custom Web (.ascx) Controls.
You can see an example of such a page here:
The problem I'm getting is that when the user FIRST clicks any of the radio-buttons on any of the controls in the page, ALL the radio buttons that have an active selection ALSO fire an rb_CheckChanged event (see application log below). On subsequent radio-button clicks, only that RB fires the event (as expected).
This behaviour is having a dramatic impact on performance. The page loads quickly, and a "normal" RB click provides an AJAX update correctly within 1 second. The problematic first RB click, however, takes up to SIX seconds to process, which is unacceptable from a user experience standpoint.
Developed in VS.NET 2008, ASP.NET 3.5. Also I converted the "Web Site" solution to a "Web Application" (pre-compiled) and got the same performance (still too slow). Release builds run only marginally faster than debug builds.
Why would a single RB selection change cause all RB's that have a "selection" set on them to also fire? (The "selection" is determined through database settings every time the control is populated, which is called from within the parent page control's Page_Load function. This selection is determined also at first page load, since all the controls get populated then, so why would the clicking of an RB cause them all to fire an event, and only once? That's what I don't get...)
Not sure if this is an AJAX issue, or general ASP.NET UI issue, so I'm posting in two forums on this one.