May 19, 2010
Protected Sub GridView1_RowEditing(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.GridViewEditEventArgs) Handles GridView1.RowEditing GridView1.EditIndex = e.NewEditIndex BindData() GridView1.Rows(e.NewEditIndex).FindControl("txtTargetAmount").Focus()
Just wondering if it is possible to programatically highlight all the text within a textbox.
Specifically, I have a text box with validation. If an error is thrown, I set the focus to the specified textbox, but the way it works now the user starts typing and none of the text that already exists disappears. I'm wondering if I can make it so that if the error is thrown, not only is the focus set to the textbox, but the text within the textbox is selected, so that if they simply start typing all of the old text disappears, or they can click and retype a single character if necessary.
textbox1 = "Hello bob, How are you" textbox2 = "Hello cad, how are you"
I have looped through each text box and know that the area I want to highlight on textBox 2 is between the charaters 7 and 9. How do I highlight only these characters as Bold and with a yellow background?
I have a text box in a gridview that is causing some problems with user input. The first time the user opens the page the gridview is populated with zero's in all rows textboxes. I set the focus to the first textbox in the Page_Load event but the cursor is placed to the left of the zero and when some users enter data they don't realize the zero doesn't go away so the first row ends up wrong. Once the tab or enter key is hit and the next row is selected, the zero is "selected", for lack of a better term like when the insert key is predded, and once the user starts typing only the new value remains. Is there a way to make the zero in the first row "selected" ?
I'm pretty sure this is in the wrong forum category, but I couldn't find a relevant category, so here goes!'m looking for a way of highlighting text changes between two sets of content, very similar to how this website's wiki works:For example, if I go to an edit page on the wiki, I can compare two versions and see the difference:[URL]
I'm trying to highlight the content of a textbox when it gets focus. I make a selection from a dropdown and the focus is moved to the texbox, I would like the current content of the texbox to be highlighted. How is this done?
I have one gridview in mvc application in evry row gridview anchor tag then Url open in Iframe. anf if i want to search any specific word in Iframe i can write searchtext in textbox . and when i click on anchor tag then that specific text should me highlight in Iframe. following is is my Jquery. its working but Iframe is refresh only once. not next time so.. how can i do..
I've an aspx page with a couple of textboxes, one of which is populated with text from a sqlserver, is it possible to highlight certain words within the text box that match a search critrea? I've opted for textbox to display the text as that seems to be the only control that will format the text correctly. Incidently I'm using vb.net as my code behind
I have a TextBox using the AjaxControlToolkit's MaskedEditExtender, the extender is using the Date mask (99/99/9999). We had modified the toolkit code to support 2-digit year (as seen in this post) which works just fine when the date TextBox initially has no value. But when the date TextBox has an existing date such as 10/04/2010, if I type in say 100409, it becomes 10/04/0910, in other words it doesn't replace the existing year but simply replace the first 2 digits of the year. If I first hightlight the entire field then type then it works. My question is is there a way to hightlight the entire date value of the TextBox upon entering the field?
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It works fine i can get the selected node by saying:
TreeNode t = TreeView1.SelectedNode;
and then displaying it to a label on an on click event of a button:
Label1.Text = t.Text;
But what i really need is to either display the node selected to a label (or textbox) or when a node is selected it needs to be highlighted so that the end user knows the option chosen is selected.