I have a combobox control on my asp.net page and I have created a keypress event for it, however I am unable to wire it up when I go to my properties box. In the events in propertie there is no section listed for key stoke events?I thought that combobox controls can have keypress events.Currently when a user selects the combobox they see a list of batch numbers, they can also type in a batch number which searches the list and brings back a match. I also want the user to be able to type in a number that is not in the list and press enter, which will then bring back the results for that batch number. There is already a SelectedIndexChanged event wired up but I cannot seem to wire up a keypress event for when the user presses the 'enter' key.
I'm looking into using the HTMLEditor from the toolkit. I know its open source which isn't the problem. The problem is that I don't want to have my program to be open source but would like to use the editor. The source code I'd like to be paid for where the compiled version (the dlls and aspx pages) will be free to download. Is it possible to do that?
I am using the Html Editor Ajax Control Toolkit for. Net 3.5 and I need as a va text being typed and reach the lateral borders of the editor for him to play next line and do not let avontade type and add a scroll horizoltal.In short without horizontal scroll
I know this issue has been up here before, but I could not find any answer for it.Is there anyway to add a custom button / control (dropdown or whatever) for H1, H2 tags to use with the HTMLEditor.Where can I add such funtionality? Is it possible to use some custom overriding i a separate .cs class.Please provide some example how to do this.
First, if I type an e-mail address into the HTMLEditor control, it automatically reformats the e-mail address into a link (underlined w/ blue font). How can I disable this feature?
Second, is there a way to prevent pasting into the HTMLEditor? I successfully got Internet Explorer to throw errors when I copied & pasted the entire page, HTMLEditor and all, into the HTMLEditor control. Since the page already contained a PageRequestManager, the data I pasted into HTMLEditor contained its own code for a PageRequestManager. As a result, unsurprisingly, I got the following IE error:
Error: Sys.InvalidOperationException: The PageRequestManager cannot be initialized more than once.
Is there a way for me to prevent these strange situations from occurring?
I've been having some real trouble with the HTMLEditor.Essentially, I would like the editor to display an entry of a SQL database, so that the user can edit the entry and update the entry.So, here is the aspx snippet:
This works great. The problem comes when I want to update the entry back to the database. When I press my asp:button, I use this to find out what my new value is
I tried to use the Paste from Ms word button in the tool bar of htmlEditor to paste text. The htmleditor to manage to clean up the MS tags in the html markup. However, it also removes all the font sizes, setting them all to be a default font size.
1. What is the HTML version of the HTML string returned by HTMLEditor control?
2. I am passing the HTML string returned by this control to SSRS 2008 reports. But since SSRS understands only basic HTML (old <u> tags for underline), SSRS can't display underlined text. Is there any way to tell HTML string returned by HTML Editor to return basic (old) HTML format string. Specifically for underline <u> tags instead of <span text-decoration: underline>?
3. The custom Editor control using App_Code is not working for Web application project in VS 2010? What is the way to customize this HTMLEditor toolbar to display selected operations like e.g. only BOLD and UNDERLINE.
I've got a aspx page with 2 update panels. The first has a HTMLEditor (ajax control toolkit), and the second had a textfield and a butten. after i push the button (of course there is some action but no focus things) afther the action is done the focus gets to the HTMLeditor.Why ? There is no page reload (because of the updatepanel) so why get the htmleditor the focus?
I notice that the HTMLEditor in the AJAX Toolkit does not come with an option to upload a file (for example a word document) that can be linked for the user to click and download. I tried using obout suite but it is only a trial version and it is currently not feasible for us to purchase a licence from them.
Is there any free HTML Editor that I can integrate with ASP that is available with a document upload option?