C# - Creating A Desktop Application To Design Master Page?
Feb 1, 2011
How would I go about creating a desktop application that would be capable of generating an ASP.NET master page, perhaps using drag and drop for the different allowed elements (image, text, video). I would take the co-ordinates and generate a master page that can be used later.
looking for information on how to do this. our company has one website, with several different applications. the way we have set it up is that we have been creating these different applications as websites, we have one Master page for the whole site, so when we create a new website we also create a virtual site with our master page in it. We are using VS 2008 now and what we want to do is make the change to creating web applications but I have not been able to figure out how to bring our master pages into the application, without bringing the actual pages into the app. the only thing I have been finding is people creating the master page file in the web application, that will not work for us, as we have to many applications and if there is a change in the master page it has to show on our whole website, so we need to either be able to bring our master page in as another project or set it up as a virtual directory, or reference it in the web.cofig somehow, but the master page needs to stay in it's own directory and only referenced.
I have a web application and on that application i update a sql database what i want is that when i update the database from the web application a notification will be sent to any one openening my application or a pop up appears to them on their desktop informing them that the database is updated to check all this will be in an intranet. I'm using ASP.Net and I'm the admin for all the PCs in the network and the server.
I am trying to setup my page layout in a masterpage and I havent till now any success.how many divs Im gonna need, and how to position them. Everything I tryied did not work out. On the top left I am gonna have an image logo and on the right of my logo in vertical-height 50% is gonna be set my menu. Actually I dont know how many divs Im gonna need keep in mind that my header div will be 100% width of my page.
One div header including two divs, one for my image and one for my navigation;Two divs..; One div header including one div for my menu or for my logo..;One header div..;Every option looks logical to me but I am sure that one is the most acceptable choise..
But when i go to Design View of the page (for creating the events automatically or for drag/drop any new control from toolbox, I don't want to type everything) the design view only shows the master page! the page controls are complete ignored!
I have a page with features supplied from both a master page and a child master page.In the content placeholder for the head in both master pages I have supplied the link to the stylesheet for the site.In Design View in VS 2008 the CSS code seems to be functioning correctly.When viewing in a browser the CSS does not appear to be applied at all.
Here is the CSS code for the div elements within the main content placeholder:
Is it possible to inherit a sharepoint master page(as a parent) in another application's master page which will be treated as child (i.e. after integrating that standalone application with the sharepoint application)? I am totally new to Sharepoint..
I created a .master page having images,.css file. If i created I .aspx page then it displays normally (with master pages content) but if I create .aspx page inside some folder then design is not applying to the sub pages (Only for pages which are inside the folders)
a) Assuming a page has a master page associated with it, then all controls (those declared in master page and those declared in content page) created during design time are assigned declarative values only during an Init event? I'm assuming this since to my understanding controls need first to be put into the control tree before they can be assigned their declarative values? And when page has a master page associated with it, then aren't page's controls put into the control tree only during the Pre_Init or perhaps even during the Init event? Then if that is the case, then isn't the earliest that these controls can be assigned their declarative values during Init event?
b) Assuming our page is associated with Master page and also uses a theme --> skin files are also applied during an Init event, so I assume that during an Init event Asp.Net first initializes controls to their declarative values and only then applies skin rules to them?
i want to do a white labeling for the product i built.. so i know the skins and theams and also i made diffrent masterpage with deffrent design and css file...... and i will change master page file name at page preeint evenet on each page,,,,, but i need is that i want to do master page on fly. i mean that i want to create master template on fly as for the clients color selection..
I am searching the internet for possible solution for my problem, I have a page that sets the master page at runtime, my problem is how to create a content (asp:Content) control for each of contentplaceholder (that exists at design-time) in each masterpage?? I am looking at AddContentTemplate, but seems not working...
Question: I created an ASP.NET web application. Now it originally was meant for deployment on a webserver. That is working, so, so far so good. My question now is: Is it possible to deploy it as a desktop-application, too? That is to say the installer installs some kind of server, plus the web application, configures the server to run this application on a localhost URL, and then creates a link in the start menu/desktop, where it opens that url (website, the application) on localhost in a web browser?
I think it should be possible, though the server wouldn't be IIS, because this is a windows component which can't be separately installed. Is there anything like this already out there? The nonplusultra would be that it only starts the server when you click on the shortcut.
can't connect to sql 2005 express sp1 and vs is also sp1. 2) Which my guess is because of the database connection not being able... design view is not able to pull in the application for design, it's as if there is no theme and css just white background and black print.
I have finished developing an executable desktop application to generate a fractal image based on the passed-in arguments. The output type is JPEG.Now I am developing a site under ASP.NET MVC 3. I want to use the executable from within my site.
Is it possible to use it as is without converting it to a class library and recompiling?
I just added System.Web reference to a dll assembly, the assembly is for windows applications and for web applications. IF the assembly will be deployed on a server, System.Web will be shared using GAC, and there is no overhead. But what about windows clients. I am wondering if there are extra resources or any kind of problems when System.Web is loaded into memory?
I have developed a Web and windows application, both in C#.NET. Now, what I would like to do is when a button is clicked on a particular page in the web application, a signal has to be sent to the windows app saying a link has been clicked. How could I do this really easily? I would like to stay away from socket programming...
I thought of the web app storing cookies and the desktop application monitoring the cookies folder but that seems a bit clumsy.
I am developing one Intranet Que type project for a small Travel agency. I need one logic to route the customer que over all sales agent so anyone once free he will be buzzup to pickup the customer till here is Okay. But i need some timeout if no sales agent pickup the Que it will forward to the supervisor. Now here is my Question should i make a small desktop application and run in server to moinitor the time and forward the task.... or Is Web Service is suitable for this? (Forward means just it will update one field of table so it will start displaying in Supervisor screen.)
Is there a way to make a desktop application easily interfaceable via Web ? Meaning, can you have a way to interface with a single desktop application as if you were remote desktop'd into the machine but not? I am looking at doing this in ASP.NET or Silverlight.