The second textbox will go a liiitle to the left or a liiitle to the right, compared with the other 2 textboxes. What is wrong? Should i use absolute positioning? it's just a pixel farther.I'm about to break the keyboard here
I have two textboxes where the user will input integers - i need to do a validation on these textboxes: txtStartIndex should be less than txtEndIndex - this works except with either one of the textboxes is left empty/blank how can i fix this?
I am facing problem with diplaying FileUpload control on my aspx page. The problem is that when I drag the control in design view, it is showing a bordered TextBox and a Browse button on it right side but when I run my application, the button becomes "Choose File" button and TextBox appears at the right side of the button instead of left side and also it does not have any border. When I select a file, it is only showing a file name instead of the complete path. let me know that how could I display this control the same way as it was displaying during design time? I am using below code to display the control.
We have a cookie management library that writes a cookie containing some sensitive information, encrypted with Rijndael. The cookie encrypts and decrypts fine in unit tests (using Moq), works fine for MVC web applications, but when called from an ASP.net 2.0 website, the cookie cannot be decrypted. "Padding is invalid and cannot be removed."
We are sure that the cookie value is valid because we tested it 10,000 times with random data in a unit test. There is something about what ASP.NET 2.0 does when it reads and writes the cookie that causes trouble.
I don't know how strong the support of RadControls over here is, but it can't be worse than Telerik(there I'm lucky to get a response in 2-3 days), so I'm going to try here first.
Basically, I'm trying to do custom theming(using just CSS classes) throughout my application, so I tried setting the CSS classes needed on the telerik RadTab controls.
Well, when inspecting it in firebug, it adds an extra like 50 px of padding to each tab, which there seems to be no control over. This is their rendered markup
<li class="rtsLI rtsFirst"> <a href="#" class="rtsLink ui-state-default"> <!--This is the only place where I can put in my own custom CSS class--> <span class="rtsOut"> <span class="rtsIn"> <span class="rtsTxt"> Common Application </span> </span> </span> </a> </li>
Now, I know you can't see the style classes, but according to Firebug, every class prefixed with "rts" has the line padding-left: 9px in the style sheet which would of course explain the extra padding problem. (Why do they need all this nesting anyway?!)
I have a simple validator that should check if the the date format is incorrect. I am doing testing and enter 2/14/201... which gets passed through my validator as 2/14/0201. How do I prevent this and jump to e.IsValid = false;?
I have all application errors sent to my email. I keep getting this:
mysite.com/webresource.axd?d=yacsx7hz0irzn_i7ifr3morrek9u6srdkqxsjvpn3mw1&t=633598204507656250 Padding is invalid and cannot be removed.
Stack Trace: at System.Security.Cryptography.RijndaelManagedTransform.DecryptData(Byte inputBuffer, Int32 inputOffset, Int32 inputCount, Byte& outputBuffer, Int32 outputOffset, PaddingMode paddingMode, Boolean fLast) at System.Security.Cryptography.RijndaelManagedTransform.TransformFinalBlock(Byte inputBuffer, Int32 inputOffset, Int32 inputCount) at System.Security.Cryptography.CryptoStream.FlushFinalBlock() [code]....
i googled and read to add machineKey in my web.config <system.web> which i did: <machineKey validationKey='0EFA95136AEA44850D5CEDDF0CC7502B1A009.....' decryptionKey='E88EB13ADB2C3D395193AA71DBB1E...' validation='SHA1'/>
and added <pages masterPageFile enableViewStateMac="true" viewStateEncryptionMode="Auto"> to my masterpage.But i keep getting that error.
I need to change padding for one column in ASP.NET GridView, while all other CSS atributes defined in external CSS file should be left untouched. How can I do it? Update: Below is my code that solved the problem: