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 have a page where i am creating a number of <span> elements using clientside code.
I am creating the elements using jquery like this
But this returns a null object everytime. I have tried this code on a span that is on the page at the beginning and it works so i guess its something to do with how im creating the control dynamically.
I mainly do C# ASP.NET projects in VS2010. Once you've put masterpages and other things in place, I find the design view pretty much goes grey and elements can't be selected. This isn't so bad except that sometimes you need to access the little 'smart tags' at the top right of controls to do things.
In particular I'm trying to do this with some telerik controls, though the issue isn't confined to them.
Anyone have a handy tip to access this functionality (or miraculously make design view work!) ?
PS. I read in a few places that Shift-Alt-F10 may help. I tried putting my cursor in the control's tag and using it, no luck. Also I clicked the little rectangle below design view to select the control and tried it again- no luck.
I need to set a style property of an element to the value returned from a code-behind property. I have done this in the past, but it now seems everything I try fails. I get an error telling me that the literal is not formed correctly.These are some of the arrangements I have tried:
I'm trying to access the Data text Field value of a HyperLinkField inside of a GridView Control during the databind event. Normally, I could access any cell's value with some syntax along the lines the following in the RowDataBind function:
myVarText = e.Row.Cells(2).Text
But this doesn't work when trying to access the value of the hyperlinkfield. All that's returned is an empty string.
There is one user control say uControl.ascx. This has a public property Message. There are 2 aspx pages Default.aspx and Home.aspx which has the user control uControl.ascx. When a sumit button from Default.aspx is clicked some action takes place and the value for Message is set and then execution is redirected to Home.aspx. In Home.aspx the value for Message is lost.
Is there anyways that the value of Message is retained for both the aspx pages?
I want to bind an ObjectDataSource to a property in my asp page and I want to do it in the page's aspx code, not in code-behind. I've already done it in code-behind, as follows:
I'd prefer to get rid of the ugly code-behind and just do this in mark-up. Something like [Code]....
This gives me a run-time error: Cannot create an object of type 'System.Object' from its string representation 'SelectedBook' for the 'DataSource' property.Is there a way of doing this declaratively and not in code-behind? Further, what if what I want is to actually use a child property of the property in question? For example, if my Book object has a ReaderComments collection, can I databind to it decaratively in the aspx mark-up?
Inside my Asp.Net MVC application, in the comments section the user will be able to add html tags (p, h1....) but the problem is: how can I remove any malicious code (script...) from the code the user has submitted?
I am generating xhtml in code that is then inserted into the page. Are there class(es) that help with adding tags etc. Then having a function that will output it to a string. (like the xml dom api) code like: