Web Forms :: Using Stringbuilder With Html Tags On Server Side Code
Nov 6, 2010
i want make html table in format so i used follwing code but it just print tags(rather than analyze them as html and give appropriate output )
Output got when tried to use TransList.ToString() output got was
<html> <head> </head><body><table><tr><td>1</td><td>11/24/2010 12:00:00 AM</td><td>Paypal</td><td>30</td></tr><tr><td>2</td><td>11/24/2010 12:00:00 AM</td><td>Paypal</td><td>300</td></tr><tr><td>3</td><td>12/10/2010 12:00:00 AM</td><td>Paypal</td><td>240</td></tr></table></body></html>
I want to integrate paypal inside my shopping cart. For that it requires a html form to be embeded inside .aspx page with the action to paypal and method is post. Inside that form there are some hidden input filed. I want to assign one of those hidden field's value from server side code so i need to access that filed from server side. But how? Here is my form:
i can use escape() and unescape() functions by Client side easily, but the problem when i have use escape() method for peice of HTML , then i dont know how to unescape this piece of HTMl By Server Side not By Client Side. how i can unescape (escapped HTML) by server side?
I'm new to writing custom ASP.NET server controls, and I'm encountering the following issue:
I have a control that inherits from System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlGenericControl. I override the control's Render method, use the HtmlTextWriter to emit some custom HTML (basically a TD tag with some custom attributes), and then call the case class' Render method.
I have an ASP.net page which contains some controls.
I generate this controls by code, [Actually I have a method which uses a stringBuilder and add Serverside tag as flat string on it]
My page shows the content correctly but unfortunately my controls became like a Client-side control
For example I had a LoginView on my generated code which dosen't work, and also I had read some string from LocalResources which dosen't appear on the page What Should I do to make my generating method correct
i'm doing ajax website using PostWebRequest() function, when i call any .aspx page to the target html element the output is coming fine in IE but in FF(FireFox) is coming in html format(html tags) IE output : [URL] FF output : [URL]
in a form i have a buttoin, when click both OnclientClick and postback should happen. on clicking the "Email" button a client side "mailto" tag should do the work and pull a new message window on the client's machine.
whereas, the email addresses should be invoked by the post back. so , when clicking the button the server side post should happen and on return the client side script should be invokded with the values read during post back, and populate all the email addresses.
i need know how to first do a server hit take the values and then execute the client script with those values without using AJAX
If I have a standard HTML textbox: I can retrieve the value using Request.Form. But how do I go about populating this textbox from the server-side? I tried Request.Form["txtTest"] = "blah"; but got a readonly error.
I'm interested to hear from other developers their opinion on an approach that I typically take. I have a web application, asp.net 2.0, c#.
What I usually do to write out drop downs, tables, input controls, etc. is in the code behind use StringBuilder and write out something like sb.Append("
I've gotten pretty comfortable with this approach. For data access I use EntitySpaces.
I'm just kind of curious if this sort of approach is horribly wrong, ok depending on the context, good, time to learn 3.0, etc. I'm interested in learning and was just looking for some input.
After reading the comments here it sounds like I should take a look at MVC. I've not done that yet. The only hesitancy in doing so is that the existing project is just that, existing. There is a lot of code already done the way I explained and it is hard to imagine what would be involved in changing it, advantages of doing so, and just learning what that would take.
The other thing I'm taking away from the comments is that my code behind should really not include much of the sb.Append code, whereas now it is filled with it in numerous functions. To me it is not messy but that is because I know what each function does and can look at it and see, oh that writes out x, y, and z.
It's not uncommon for me to just have a div on the .aspx part and then build up the .innerHtml of that with the StringBuilder in the code behind.