In ASP.NET when we have multiple input section with required field validator (Like on header for login with userid & Password is required and second on footer for subscription) when we click on subscription login section's userid required field validator activates and say userid required & i can not submit subscription.
when i submit subscription details login section should not have concern with this. how to avoid this conflicts.
Initially I am doing validating form by clicking on btnOK and in btn_Submit I am inserting record into table. I again want to call btn_Ok event in btn_Submit click event for re-checking validation, if it validates properly thne rest of code of btn_submit should work.
I have forms with payment in ASP.NET site, when user clicks on asp:Button sometime he submits few times. I want to disable this functionality without harming current ASP.NET site ( by that i mean no fancy jQuery, unless it is very basic and will not interfere with ASP.NET built-in validation)
I have developed a payment processing form where user fills the payment details and submit the button "Pay Now" ..what i want is to block the entire UI with the message "Processing Payment..." and with a slight delay right after payment processing stored procedure executes (in code behind) it should UNBLOCK the UI. Actually i was having multiple postbacks from user due to the slight delay ...I dont want to disable button.
I want to call some web-service webmethods on asp.net submit button's click in order to validate the form regarding to some business logic and then I would like to have the button to go on its default behavior if the validation is OK.
How can I stop the aspx page to post-back (after submit button click) and continue submitting the form only if it is allowed by the 'success' function of jQuery.ajax()'s option parameter?
I am loading an external file 'contact_us.aspx' into a jquery dialog box. the external page contains a form.When the submit button is pressed it closes the dialog box and changes the page to contact_us.aspx. is my code correct or is there a different way of doing this. see my code below, thanks.
I have a page with multiple textboxes and each has a button associated with it. This works as a search 'hub', I suppose, where the user can search by ID, name etc. When entering a search term for e.g. name however, pressing enter 'clicks' the very first button on the page (ID search), causing an error if the associated textbox is empty (which it would be if someone meant to search by name). I have attempted to rectify this using JQuery, and have written the following:
I'm simply using the click event so that I can monitor where focus is redirected, but eventually I would use .keypress. However, nothing happens upon clicking a textbox and I can't see for the life of me what is wrong with the JQuery. To elaborate on the problem, the .NET code used looks similar to the following throughout the page.
i am using asp.net and following code to submit form on enter key press it is working but only refreshing same page and not calling button click event in server side code and without saving data it is comming back to same form, even without the jquery code again same thing happening don't know why but in some forms enter key press working fine and saving data without even following jquery code.
I have 3 tabs with 3 seperate gridview and radios buttons in them. Each page has a seperate submit button, but for some reason each pages submit button is validating all the radio buttons on each tab, i picked the seperate controls to validate under but on any submit theya re all validated instead of just the ones on that tab.
I have a databound Gridview (with a LINQ datasource). The gridview displays questions from the SQL DB to the user. I've inserted a radio button list into the gridview with 3 horizontal radio buttons with fixed values of 1,2,3 for the user to select. I have a question ID, a tempuserID, and AnswerValue columns set up in the database. It all works nicely.
After the user selects radio buttons, I would like for them to push a button to submit the QuestionID, the associated Radio Button Value (AnswerValue) and their tempUserID into the DB. How do I do this? I'm not sure what to do next and what VB/LINQ code to put in the code behind file in the button click event handler. I'm also not sure on what to use for the tempUserID, can I use the sessionID? I'm using VB and here's my code:
have developed a payment processing form where user fills the payment details and submit the button "Pay Now" what i want is to block the entire UI with the message "Processing Payment..." and with a slight delay right after payment processing stored procedure executes (in code behind) it should UNBLOCK the UI. Actually i was having multiple postbacks from user due to the slight delay ...I dont want to disable button. how to achieve this.
I am creating a webform that will be used for capture data. Whenever a certain option is selected in a drop down box, a textbox will appear for the user to type additional info into it.
However the problem that I am having is that it requires the user to click the submit button twice. I can't figure out how to fix this. The user should only have to click submit one time. All of the other drop down boxes work fine, it is just this one THAT IS forcing a click twice
Code: <%@ Page Language="VB" AutoEventWireup="false" CodeFile="Default.aspx.vb" Inherits="IT_EmployeeIncentive_Default" %> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
I've integrated CKEditor to my ASP.NET app which is working fine. Here's how I'm using it -- I've noticed that a lot of people had issues with this:
Nothing fancy but it works. My issue is with integrating RequiredFieldValidator with this. When add the the validator, I have to hit the submit button twice. The first time around, I get the validator message telling me that tbEditor is a required field even though I already have filled out that field i.e. tbEditor.If I hit the submit button again, everything works fine but clearly this is annoying. Any idea how I fix this?
We are having a problem with the educators clicking the wrong submit button. On one of the buttons we wanted to underline and set the font to bold on the words "Do Not". This is the code I have so far.
<%MsgButton = "Click here if you "%> <strong><u> <% MsgButton = MsgButton & " Do Not "%> ' I am sure the problem is on this line, but I do not know the syntax </strong></u> <% MsgButton = MsgButton & "Attend Anthony or Canutillo High School!"%> <Input Type="Submit" Name="BV1" Value="<%=MsgButton%>"
The words Do Not are not underlined or shown as Bold. Is this possible to do?
I have login control on a non secure site. When a user enter user name and password from the non secure and click the login button, the information should be captured or posted to another login control on the secure site and authenticate the user on the secure site. I read about ways to transfer the data to the next page (secure site in my case) but I am not sure how to pass the user name and password to the control on the secure site and get the user logged in automatically.