Is there a way I can limit the width of a textbox to be equal to the MaxLength property? In my case right now, the textbox control is placed in a table cell as in this snippet:
<td class=TDSmallerBold style="width:90%">
<asp:textbox id="txtTitle" runat="server"
Text="Type a title here..be concise but descriptive. Include price."
ToolTip="Describe the item with a short pithy title (most important keywords first). Include the price. The title you provide here will be the primary text found by search engines that index Zipeee content."
(I know I should not use HTML tables to control layout..another subject for sure) but is there a way to constrain the actual width to the max number of characters allowed in the typed box?
If I set the maxlength field for a textbox, and have the textmode set to SingleLine, the amount of text is limited to the specified number of characters. If you change TextMode to MultiLine, the number of characters is no longer constrained.
I have a radGrid on the page with the "Add New Record" button. When I click the "Add New Record" button, a textbox appears above each column that allows me to enter values. I want to limit the number of characters that can be entered in the textbox. How do I set the MaxLength of those textboxes
i have a page alignment issue on my page below,the application i have developed by ASP.NETthe problem is i have a text box in this text box i have set the textmode in passwordmy problem is below,
ex:name =............ // normal textbox (width 168px)without using textmodepwd =........ // textmode =password (width 168px)
the moment is it was working fine on firefox and chrome perfectlybut IE am getting the above alignment issueactually i was set the both text box width is 168pxif i removed the text mode in password text box then it was working fine for both browserbut when i set text box mode am getting the above issue.
I've got a GridView that can be edited. My problem is that when I click Edit, the textbox is too small (the File Name column). It isn't large enough to display its contents, and it isn't as wide as the rest of the column.
can anyone tell me how to add the textbox control at the position that I want with same width and height as the div.
I don't know why the textboxs will be more big after browse the website.
take a look at the HTML text. I have added the styles in the same page.
past the code to your VS.net. In the design mood every thing is in the position that I want. However, after browse the website by IE the textboxs will be more big than it should be. is this mean that I should make the div more big than the textboxs!
I have a textbox within a formview that is binded to some data. The only problem is that the size keeps changing if the page is zoomed or screen size is changed.
Is there any way to set the the textbox to utilise the enitre width of a page regardless of zoom or screen size as currently on 75% zoom it remains about half way however on 100% zoom it fills the entire screen.
Is it possible to set the width of the textbox in edit mode equal to the width of the column before entering edit mode? I basically want to go into edit mode without change the size of the grid and without just setting the textbox width property to a specific number.
in this artical your using 3 text box inside the grid for searching grid data .my question how to fix the size of these textbox? because of this textbox what i am using in my grid, my gridview became so large.and even its not looking good.
I have a dropdown list in a gridview field. The DataValueField for the ddl is an 8 digit item code. The text to display through will be quite longer, 40-60 characters because it will combine the item code and item name into a single string. I don't want the dropdownlist field to be that wide though, only what is displayed when the ddl is selected.In Access you can set the width property of the list to display wider than the field itself. Is there that capability in ASP.NET and if so where do I find it?
I'm sure this question has been asked before but I have been unable to find an answer so far. I want to create a control consisting of a label, an editor control and make the editor control resizable using the ResizeControlExtender:
I have is to extend the control vertically, effectively making it longer, but I don't want the user to make it any wider than it parent control - effectively disabling the option to make it wider. Hopefully that makes sense - for an example, look no further than the control used to input text when creating a post.
Is there any way to set the width of a GridView to a pre-determined width?
I have set the width of the gridview and all the columns to a % and then to a number of pixels but it does work. The gridview always sets itself to a width required to display all fields and it goes beyond the resolution of the screen. I would like to contain it to 1024 pixels.