Can Use Jquery To Show Or Hide Panel On Button Click
Feb 1, 2011
I have a panel at the top of my page which contains some cascading dropdown lists. Once the user selects from the lists, they will click a 'Search' asp.net button and a gridview will appear below showing the search results. What I want to do is use JQuery to toggle the visibility of the search panel. I tried using the Ajax collapsiblepanelextender but ran into all kinds of problems, because there are many updatepanels and ajax extension controls on this page. It sounds so simple, just hide or show, but I can't get it to work. When I click the button, the panel hides. When I click it again, the panel does not reappear. I have also tried having 2 buttons, 'hide' and 'show', and had the same results. right now here is my code:
I am using UpdatePanel ---> LinkButton --> Div --->Table Structure. When I click the Linkbutton the div has to show the table format first and has to execute the code in its OnClick event, the problem I am facing is I've tried so many jquery functions shown below:
I have a button within a TabPanel and i have a button click function written in Jquery that is not executing when i click the button. If i remove the tab panel and container it works, but i would like to use the tab panel/container functionality. See code below:
which I am not able to figure out any logical reason behind it. The code given below works perfectly fine in IE 6.
Even the anchor links aShow and aHide works in Firefox (I am using version 3.6.12) but for some weird reason I can't get the button controls to show/hide the divText. The exact problem is when I click the "Show Div" button I can actually see the dvText div for few milli seconds but then it dissappears. Is this a bug in Firefox or am I doing anything wrong I have no idea..
I have a button inside a update panel, & I am using jQuery scripting to style the elements in the page. Initially the page loads & css style applies on it along with the script which have some jQuery code. i.e. Initially everything is OK. But when I click on the button it causes a server post-back(necessary), the CSS style is applied but Script is not loaded.
I have set up an asp repeater to go through and display a list of people based on input parameters. Within that repeater I have a repeater that displays specific details about each person. No problem so far.
However, my requirement is that I only display the names, with a plus/minus sign to the left of the name. Clicking on the plus sign will expand that person's information to show the details. Clicking the minus sign will collapse the detail info.
I have a panel set up within my primary repeater that encompasses the secondary repeater.
I have a gridview with list of companies. I want to provide an option to user that, when user mouse over, the user has to see the delete(imagebuttion) option and clicking on that need confirm buttion. The below articles are very useful but the delete option is always visible to end user which I dont want in my application.
I have a formview in Edit Mode, within an update Panel all and these arewithin a Modal Pop Up extender.On clicking Formview Update button, I want an image to appear within the pop up.I have put the image within another panel1 and runat server.For some reason the image is not showing on clicking update button.
Listview and findcontrol ans show and hide my panel.
I would like to show a faq-area with many questions and answers. If the page was load, i will show only the questions. Now the user can click the button show, then my panel must be visible = true and the answer of the clicked question was shown.
I am working on the JQuery accordion control. My accordion has upto 8 panels that i need to display when the pageload happens. From those panels i have 2 panels that i need to show based on the provider type. that is., If (ProviderType == "Prime") then hide panel2 Else hide panel3. ex: panel1, panel2/panel3, panel4, panel5, panel6, panel7, panel8. So my question is, I am actually new to this JQuery and I am not sure how to hide the panel content with the headers as well. I dont even want to show the header(i.e., panel2/Panel3) So,I have to display only panel1, panel2, panel4, panel5, panel6, panel7, panel8 (if providertype is prime)
have several Accordion panel and each one contains a datalist of hyperlinks, that when clicked will append a querystring to the current URL. What I'm trying to do is after the pages reloads or after clicking a hyperlink I want that datalist together wit its corresponding accordion panel gone. I'm using a single file for the markup and code btw.
I have 2 update panels where the server-side button (in a jQuery accordion) in the first update panel should update the second update panel.When the button is clicked, jQuery hides the accordion and displays a results div. This all works fine client side to be fair to IE. The server-side onclick event does not fire though in IE. In Firefox it does! The first update panel is displayed below, here the "btnGenerateReport" event should fire server side.
To add confusion ... if I comment out '$accordion.toggle($effect);' lines then the second update panel does get updated.I'm not sure what other information I can give here. I'm stumped as to why this works with Firefox and not IE.
$('#<%= tempTR.ClientID %>').hide();
but always it doesn't affected even i try to make it hidden and then show it also not work .. i try to hide & show TextBox1 and it work but if i try with the row it doesn't work ... is there any way to show/hide TR ?
Placeholder visibility is set to false (in the code I will paste bellow it's set to visible). When users clicks checkbox the place holder will appear. If uncheck the checked checkbox the place holder would become invisible.
I wanted to help myself with the similar case found here: [URL]
and one similar on this forum: http://forums.asp.net/p/1509271/3590401.aspx
I think that this would be quite easy but guess my experimentation with code brings no posititve results and also the fact that I probably have enough of coding for this day. :)
The code (I'm also using fancy checkbox plugin - Safari style):