I have my website in which there are free links and links that require login. Free links open even if the user is not logged in. But in case of links that require login, redirect to login.aspx specified in Web.Config in loginURL tag.
I want some way to override this and show Ajax modal popup (Ajax extender toolkit) with login control for only thos links that require login (not for the free links).
I was using a view to create an object for my specific project, but now I have to adapt this to another requirements, such as the creation of this object must be integrated in the creation of another one. The thing is, that this object must be created before starting to create the other one, and the way of doing it will be poping up a modal dialog box with JQuery with the form to create it. I've got to adapt the creation and it works fine, except for the validation messages. It is made in the controller like :
I have a form that resides inside a jQuery UI dialog, the form have some fields such as first, last name, etc... and also allow file upload. I can't use Ajax.BeginForm() since ajax doesn't allow upload (or does it?), so I have to use the regular Html.BeginForm() for my form to call my ActionResult. But I need to do some validation on the server and displays the response within that form, or displays a message if the form successfully posted. How do I displays the message in that jQuery UI modal dialog?
I have created a modal popup form using the controls in Ajax Control toolkit. I have a main form, say A. and there is a button NEW on it. On clicking the button NEW, the modal popup shows up. This part, i was able to do it without problem. Now on my Popup form, say form B ...I have a tabContainer with 3 tabPanels. On each Panel, there is a NEXT button ...After filling in certain details on a tabPanel, the user clicks on NEXT to move to the next panel where he is required to fill in details. Furthermore on the Popup form , i have a CLOSE button. The issue is that all the buttons on the form , that is the NEXT button on the tabContainer and the CLOSE button, they are ALL acting as close button for the Modal Popup.
I want only the CLOSE button be the one which will close down the Popup form. I have tried to specify the CancelControlID="Closebutton" but it still does not work. All the buttons are closing the form. Can anyone clarify why am having such issue. Is it something to do with POstbacks? I really need some urgent solution for this...
I have created a form with Field Validators for visitors to fill out on my website. When the form is submitted it inserts a record into a SQL database, sends an email notification and opens a Modal Popup. In the Modal popup are links where visitors can then download trial software.
My problem is that even if the form does not validate correctly, so there are no errors, the Modal Popup is still displayed. Does anyone know how I can make it so the form has to validate correctly before the Modal Popup will be displayed? I am somewhat of a newbie to ASP.NET,
I have created a submission form on a webpage with Field Validators that visitors will fill out in order to download a trial software. I currently have the form inserting a record into a SQL database, sending an email, and opening a Modal Popup. When the Modal Popup opens, the visitors are then able to click on a link to download the software.The problem I am having is that even if the form does not validate correctly, so there are no errors, the Modal Popup still comes up. Is there a way to not have the Modal Popup show unless the form is validated correctly?
I want that when I click on "button 1", I automatically jump to certain <div> tag (at the bottom of Modal pop up) which is related to "button 1" similarly, when I click on "button 2", I automatically jump to certain <div> tag (at the bottom of Modal pop up) which is related to "button 2"...
I'm trying to find an example of how to convert the standard login framework that ships with ASP .NET MVC 2 (the account controllers and views, etc) into a modal login dialog system, like the one at Digg. After searching for hours, the closest tutorial I found was this: [URL]
I've created a sign up form in a normal .aspx page, with some TextBoxWatermarkExtendes, PasswordStrength, RegularExpressionValidator, and more..it worked perfectly..I have inserted it all inside the modal content div in this SimpleModal:http://www.ericmmartin.com/projects/simplemodal-demos/(the OSX style dalog) the First problem:I have a toolkit script manager, and an update panel surrounding the "username" textbox, with enabled autopostback, so it checks if user is taken or not when the textbox looses focus and shows a message in label..when it runs for the first time (when it's working) first of all, the passwordStrength control doesn't work, secondly, after I type something in the username textbox and make it lose focus (press tab or click outside), it's watermark text of course gets deleted when i focus on it, and another watermark text from another textbox gets deleted (i dont know why) SO after like 1 or 2 seconds, the text I wrote gets deleted and replaced by the watermark, for BOTH textboxes that had watermarks
Second problem:the first time, the it works normal, but when I close the modal and open it again, the textBoxWatermark changes to a normal text inside the textbox, even the "Sign up" button stops working, and expression validators and required validators and stuff stop working..
what I wanted to implement is something like this: lick meThis demo is PHP based, so I wanted to ask whether this is also possible to implement in ASP.Talking about performance, would it be better to use the jQuery framework than the Ajax Control Toolkit?
I am running into a problem on a page which has an UpdatePanel. The input field with the validator (1 to make it simple) is in a Panel within an UpdatePanel. The Panel is set to Visible=False at the first Page Load. There's a button inside the UpdatePanel which makes the Panel with the Validator Visible.
Validation is being performed, so the validation summary wil be shown in a div on a page, but the validation is not being called by the WebForm_OnSubmit() function in this case, because it's not being rendered.
Is there another function that has to be overriden for this case? I know I can use a Full Postback for the New button and then all the stuff needed is being rendered on the page, or I can make the panel not visible by using a style, but I don't prefer that because there are a lot of pages with this situation.
I am new to AJAX. I am designing a feedback form for a video conferencing session in asp.net web application which will be displayed as a modal window. The questions on the modal window will be displayed from a table stored on SQL Server 2008 and the responses of those questions should again be stored back in a different table on SQL Server after user clicks on the SUBMIT button on the modal window (and also, the window should close after the action).
I am not aware of the way to retrieve data from or store data to SQL server from modal window though I know how to retrieve and store data using asp.net and c#...