I have been trying to figure out how to allow the user to click a row in a gridview in a master page.Ultimately I want the user to be redirected to another page with a values from the gridview (hiddenfield column) to be the querystring value of the page redirected to.A this point I can only get to the gridview itself.I cannot get the row or the cell from the gridview.
* txtSearch => text box created at the top of gridview.
Below query brings data to the gridivew on page load.
If Not Me.IsPostBack Then Dim ds As New DataSet ds = PR.PRFInquiry(BadgeNo) GVPRFInquiry.DataSource = ds GVPRFInquiry.DataMember = "DataSet" GVPRFInquiry.DataBind() End If
Protected Sub OnDataBound(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) If (Not Master.Page.ClientScript.IsStartupScriptRegistered("function")) Then Master.Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(Me.GetType(), "function", "fucntion();", True) End If Dim row As New GridViewRow(0, 0, DataControlRowType.Header, DataControlRowState.Normal) For i As Integer = 0 To GVPRFInquiry.Columns.Count - 1
I have implemented a lot fo JQuery features into my ASP.Net web application. I am using JQuery, JQueryUI, JQuery Validation and a couple of other plugins. They are all coexisting and working fine. This one page in my app has the JQueryUI tabs, Modal progress pop-up working just fine. This page also has a couple of JQuery AJAX calls to my server side events. That all works fine!
I just added a Jquery date picker to one of the text boxes on the first tab on my data entry form and nothing happens or is displayed when you click on the date textbox. I am going to post the HTML markup for the page and my JQuery code. Please let me know if you see anything glaring? HTML
one juvenile question , i am having a asp.net intranet application which is using jquery, instead of ref jquery to every page, i decided it to put it on the master page inside the script manager scriptReference tag. note not all pages of my application requires jquery, so is it a wise thing to do, or it will affect the performance,
I am using jQuery in all the pages including the master pages. However I am getting "Error: $().ready is not a function" in the content page. If I include jQuery reference in the content page it works. Question: If the reference to jQuery is in the master page head section, why aren't the content pages able to use jQuery? When I do view source, the script tag with jQuery is there and it works. The master pages and content page are merged during rendering and sent to the browser as a single html page so I am not sure when master pages are used, jQuery references break.
I have a master page containing menu items and if i click on any menu item then postback happens(it's not an asynchronous postback) that page loads in the content area. Now, if the page has taken some time to load and the user again clicks some other menu, then at some cases, it is crashing. So what i want to do is when postback is happening, I want to restrict the user to click anywhere on the master page or content page. We have achieved this on asynchronous postback.... But cant find a solution during postback.
I have a site where I am trying to implement a jQuery UI based MessageBox in my master page. Content pages are arranged accoring to business area folders, i.e. '~/Branding/Contracts.aspx'. I find that when I load such a content page, jQuery, which is referenced in the master page as below, does not load. I assume that this is because the browser is requesting 'Branding/Scripts/jQuery What can I do about this? I don't have the 'root' operator in a plain 'script' tag.
i have a button click event on Content page nad master page have a div(popUp to login).when i fire click event of button it will check weather user is login or not..if he is login user can submit data on button click,but when user is not he will login first(login code is on master page).now after login data will be submit (with out button click v because he is click already)..
I've found posts about making a click event with jQuery for a button, however I need a little more then that. When any postback occurs on a page, I need to fire off a jQuery click event. Based on a condition, I want to continue processing (including running the server-side event code after the jQuery code), or, perform a redirect. I'm not quite sure how to go about this.
I have created a master page for website layout in my project. I have used a linkbutton control to trigger between Login/Logout functionality but when I click on this control the underlying click event handler is not being executed anyway.When I click on this control, the page pointed by its PostBackUrl property is open which should probably occure after its click event hander have been executed.
I am using jquery tabs(First,Second,Third) in multiple asp.net pages (First.aspx, second.aspx,Third.aspx) in my asp.net website and in each page i am writing the ul,li code.For example in the First.aspx page I am writing the following code inside the 'ul' tag
Similarly in the second.aspx,Third.aspx pages i am using the Class="current" to highlight the selected tab.Recently we have planned to move to Master pages.So the master page should contain the ul,li code for the tabs.But the problem is that I do not understand how to apply the class="current" to the selected tab,in the case of the master page.
I am building a chat control, which is a div with a background image, textarea, text box and some image. The CSS for this div on the Master Page is:
When a user navigates to the page where they can start a chat session by clicking on an icon, I use jQuery to change the CSS, like so:
The CSS for showing the chat is the same as the above CSS, only .chatWindowShow does not have the display:none property.
The problem is that once I navigate to another page, the div is hidden again, the CSS does not persist accross postbacks for some reason. What I want is that once the chat window is shown, no matter what other pages the users go to it will continue to show, until they click the close icon in the chat window.
So, how can I persist this CSS page accross all pages? I thought that removing the CSS class and adding the new one via jQuery actually modificate the inline HTML, but I guess not. Do I need to use some other jQuery to accomplish this?
Here is the HTML markup for my chat window:
And the jQuery which toggles the view when you click on the chatRight div:
I am using Asp.Net C# 2.0. My website is working fine in local. Website contains 2 js files included in master page. It works fine in local environment, but when i publish my website i get "Object expected" error on page load, and thus the js functions are not working in published website.
Am I missing something? I'm trying to do a simple ajax call using jquery to a web service on my site and I get a 500 error every time when I make the call from the master page. Has no one ever made an ajax call from a master page or am I just crazy and extremely deprived of sleep?Example:
In my master page i have literal control which displays the records for the current user (something like Records: 10)
The RecordsCount control is updated on the page Load event of the MasterPage
Private Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load RecordsCount.Text = GetRecordsCount() End Sub
How can i update the RecordsCount control? I mean i use postbacks for removing records from the database. And currently the RecordsCount control will be updated if the user hits the Refresh button of the Internet browser. How could i apply the Jquery Highlight on the RecordsCount control when the user clicks on the btnRemove button on the child-page?