C# - DropDownList - Show Only Ten Elements And Scroll?
Apr 1, 2010
I have one dropdownlist like this bellow.. the problem is that if I have more than 30 ListItem the list will have 30 elements/rows display and the rest to scroll. Is there a way to show only 10 elements and scroll the rest? I read in some pages that this is not possible. Is that true?
I have a DropDownList displaying around 75+ values and it shows a scrollbar. The problem is when the page displays the DropDownList, I can't scroll to the first few items in it. It kind of goes outside the explorer.
The only way I can get to it is by downsizing the page using maximize button and then access the list. I'm using VS 2008.
Basically I want to load a HTML document and using controls such as multiple check boxes which will be programmed to hide, delete or show HTML elements with certain ID's. So I am thinking I would have to set an inline CSS property for visibility to: false on the ones I want to hide or delete them altogether when necessary.
I need this so I don't have to edit my Ebay HTML templates in dreamweaver all the time, where I usually have to scroll around messy code and manually delete or add tags and their respective content. Whereas I just want to create one master template in dreamweaver which has all the variations that my products have, since they are all of the same genre with slight changes here and there and I just need to enable and disable the visibility of these variants as required and copy + paste the final html.
Any tips/code that you can suggest to achieve the desired effect with the least changes required to existing HTML documents? Ideally I would want to load the HTML document in, have a live design preview of it and underneath have a bunch of well labelled checkboxes programmed to hide, delete or show elements with certain ID's.
I have a an asp.net label control on my page.I have set the style to overflow: auto.
i have three dropdownlists ....First contains Countries, second contains States within that specific country, and thrid contains Cities within that specific state...now, i have filled first dropdownlist through database... after selection of country i filled the list of state within that selected country through database... then after selection of state i filled the third dropdownlist with cities through database.....for that i have used update pannel... but because of servertrip to get the specific state list of city's list from database ..... that dropdownlist get blink...and for that i want preloader for that state and city dropdownlist....means when i select country instead of that dropdownlist get blink i want to show any symbol ofprocess or "Loading...." text into that dropdownlist of state... and for city also.
this is my Question extension to this Question..Here I am able to add the Dropdown list value to the Grid.. perfectly.Ex: in my Dropdownlist box I have A B C D items.When I add any Item I am displaying the grid and I am reloading my page.My grid have two columns one is added Dropdownlist value.. other is some other text value..each row in my grid have Edit button.When I click Edit I am reloading my page to edit this selected dropdownlist value.when I click Edit I need to show what ever the Dropdownlist value I have in the grid I need to show in the Dropdownlist..so that user knows he has this dropdown value..
I have an .aspx Page with dropDownList, where you can choose State. The list contains 50 States. Then I have a GridView displaying all the stores of this particular state, which is dependent on dropDownList through the SQL Data Sources WHERE clause.
But the problem is, every time I change the State in the dropDownList and subsequently refreshing GridView - the page URL stays the same dealers.aspx.
I don't want to create 50 pages for 50 States, but now I need to have 50 different URL's. Is there a way to change URL's dynamically, based on dropDownList choice? And so people can get directly to URL of choice. For example dealers.aspx/California.
I am filling a dropdownlist and sometimes the value (text) is much longer than what is viewable. Is there an easy way to have user see the full text. I am currently using "ASPNET_MsgBox(Message)" and it works but looking for a better solution.
I have a dropdown list which include "yes" and "no". When I click "yes", then there have to be 2 text boxes visible, just below the dropdownlist. If the user selects "no" in the dropdownlist, then the 2 text boxes have to disappear again.