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]
i need to create a textbox/text area orr any other control for a user to enter some paragraph. He must be able to give colours,formatting like 'bold' 'italics' e.t.c and finally after a busston submission, i need to pass this content to a table inside my database. From database i am sending mails to some users with this content.so this shoulld generate the html tags like <b> <i> e.t.c before sitting in the table How to do this? I am using asp.net 2.0
The pages text are modified and styled with an HTML editor (teleric). The resulting html is stored in a database. The html and style tags are stored with the text ofcourse.
Now, sometimes the HTML tags are DELETED from the text! I realize this has happened first when i see the page text totaly plain on the site. Then i go to the databse and check, and the HTML tags and styling is not there anymore!
The only thing i can think of that could be reason is a method i wrote to search in the text. It strips the texts from html tags so that only the main text will be used when searching for the string that the user has asked for. But the modified texts without HTML tags are not saved to the database. I use LINQ and i never call a SubmitChanges();
I wrote code of chart with sqldatasource in database column. My problem is I could not able bind. I used DataList Control with a template and literal. Bind literal with <%# Eval("Code") %> But In sql I have ASP.NET tags <% %>. and when processing process %>, it assumes asp.net ends and wrote other text as it is in out put. how to bind this text. Or any other Idea to display graphs from database as per user selection.
For the last time I've been using EWS MAPI to connect to Exchange Server. After this is done I access my mails and firstly display their body (which contains a LOT HTML-tags) in a gridview. After you select a record of that gridview the body is shown in a freetextbox.
I have a text area in my ASP.NET web application that is used to enter html code. Now there is also an button control, which upon clicking should retrieve just the text placed between certain html tags in the text box. For example:
1) User types html code including tags etc. and clicks the OK button 2) In my code the text from the text area is retrieved and only the part between a <p></p> tag should be saved to a string object.
I can obviously get the text from the text area and attach it to a string object but I am not able to work out how to just get text within a certain html tag like <p></p>
I want to get some data from html tags in a web page. For example I have a web site that's got [URL], this is text which I want to split. I want to first URL, First text thats between in first span tags and last text that's between the last span tags.
I have a SharePoint web part that I wrote in C# which is used to display SQL Server data based on user selections. I pull the data with a DataReader, fill a DataSet with it, and set that DataSet as the DataSource in a GridView and add that control to my page:
This gives me a simple HTML table with a declared CSS class and that's about it. The only problem I'm facing is that line breaks in the data fields are not being rendered at all. I'm simply getting a block of text that ignores the breaks that are present in the database when it's rendered to HTML. In stepping through my code, I see that the newlines are coming in as text in the form of "". I tried a regex:
In my application, there's a module that displays a user's assignments. Sometimes these assignment descriptions are pretty long that's why I display up to 500 characters of the description. However, because I use an HTML editor in the app, if I blindly grab the first 500 characters, there's a good chance the description will look very funky due to missing HTML tags. So, I first need to strip off all the HTML tags, then grab the first 500 characters. Before I re-invent the wheel, I wanted to see if someone else has already tackled this issue and would be kind enough to share his/her code with me.
I have to set image on the basis of fields value coming from db. I want it to achieve via. tags <%# %>. For example i have collection binded with grid. It has a Field called Online which is boolean. So if the value of Online is true then the green.png will be set as path of asp:image control else grey.png will be the path of the asp: image control.
Just wondering what the best approach is to labelling ID's (thats html id's) in .net.
For instance I may have a user control that is embedded in a page more than once. If I have a standard html div in the control with id="my-user-control", then it will duplicated when the page is built.
So what is the best approach for styling your html within user controls, master pages and .net in general?
I've looked around and can't find a solution for this and it's driving me mad.I've got a basic MVC2 app (C#) and am trying to display text from a database with the line breaks included. I've used the following:
This is adding the tags to the returned string as I'd expect but when the page renders it actually displays the tag as is instead of rendering the newline. ie. the text seen by the user in the browser is:"Quisque justo erat, iaculis sit amet aliquam eu, porttitor in mauris.<br /><br />Maecenas nisi velit, euismod at molestie vitae, malesuada id turpis. Mauris diam nisl, pretium id molestie nec, posuere posuere neque.<br /><br />Cras sed lectus nisl."