HtmlGenericControl Include = new HtmlGenericControl("script");
I have a browser compatibilty problem with https? I have SSL installed and is in usage. Until today morning, my https part is working well. From then, Https is shown as https(with slashed in red color) saying the page has some insecure content. I have not changed any code and suddenly i see this problem in chrome. In IE 8, i see the same problem but on every page, it shows me a popup if i should allow to opne secure and non secure or just secure. Firefox has no issues . It shows correct https without any problem. I am fed up with it searching all over. Why is this happenening for me in Chrome and IE 8.
I have a custom mini login user control that I have embedded in the top of my website which shows on every page. These pages are non-secure HTTP://. I would like to avoid having to redirect the user to a HTTPS page to perform the login but I definitely don't want to send login credentials to the server in plain text.
I am trying find a method to send the user's login credentials encrypted via https from a non-secure (http) page.
I tried to set the postbackurl for the login button to itself but in https, but the user's input is not retained and the buttonLogin_click is not fired when I set the button postbackurl property. My ASP.net web application is VB.Net framework 4.0
I am assuming this can be done because I see lots of websites where login fields are on available on every page and they are running http and I can believe they are not encrypting the login credentials.
I'm working on a legacy web application - frames and a mixture of html, asp and aspx. The entire site is https. For some strange reason when I hit a specific page I get the magic message that says the Page contains both secure and nonsecure items. (IE obviously doesn't want to tell me what those resources are) I have checked the page that's being loaded and there are absolutely no http://... links - everything is relative links.
I have fired up fiddler and checked what's being requested - everything looks fine. I am completely at wit's end here. I have absolutely no idea why I'm getting this message, but it's completely screwing with the site.
I wrote a page Page method in my aspx page. in web service method I need to call FindControl method return textbox and get text box value. But my findControl will take MasterPage object to iterate.
But I am getting compiler error when use Page.Master: Reference to non-shared member requires an object reference
How to pass Master Page object or Page to Page method?. So I can use in Sared method.Is there any way I can access Textbox value directly in Page method? I need access couple of controls in Page Method.
As I'm working on a project for a customer (and catching up to speed on the asp.net web development since I last embarked on it), I have a particular request that I want to make sure is not going to cause undesirable effects.
The customer is putting a URL on a printed sheet. He wants it to be [URL]. He doesn't want to add http:// or https:// because he wants to make it as short and pain free to type in as possible. Very reasonable goal.
The key is, I need to make sure that whatever they type in, they get to the secure page of the site (so [URL] would need to become [URL]
I know that I can write an HttpHandler to look and see if it's an https request, and if not, redirect them to the secure version. However, are there any pitfalls with this approach that I need to be aware of. Will some browsers pop up any nasty dialogs or such?
I'm wondering if theres already a combo let say jQuery - Some C# DLL to proive a secure both way communication between ASPX forms with jQuery and a control layer based on ashx files with C# classes...[From comment below]Well I see I have to be more specific. The are things like sniffers on simple network analysis tools even like Firebug that let you see the data transfered via POST or GET. The idea to secure a Server Client application is to ensure that data isn't corrupt and compromised, and to achive that you have to make imposible to an atacker to report false info so the best is to have improved some cryptographyc algorithms both on client and server to crypt decrypt encode decode data...
i have asp.net 2.0 web site and in the main root i have some secure pages so if any unauthenticated user try to visit my page the browser redirect him to login.asp page (it was correct) but in my web i have subfolder named (Admin) and i want to secure all pages under this folder and redirect any user to new login page. how can i do it?
I would like to create a secure login page for a pre-defined set of users (so no creating username/passwords by the users themselves). I've looked up a few sites and they all seem to using Microsoft's Membership or something. I am not very sure as to why that's used, but all you need to know is that I will be creating the login details. I just need to make the login secure, ie, no duplicate logins, no logins from different browsers and cookies and sessions and encryption and all that.
I would like to create a secure login page for a pre-defined set of users (so no creating username/passwords by the users themselves). I've looked up a few sites and they all seem to suggest using Microsoft's Membership or something. I am not very sure as to why that's used, but all you need to know is that I will be creating the login details. I just need to make the login secure, ie, no duplicate logins, no logins from different browsers and cookies and sessions and encryption and all that. Any one have the code/links to where I can get all this?
I'm using paypal to make payments for an online digital download purchase. Once the payment is accepted the person is redirected to a page where they can download the product. I need to know how do I make a page that can only be accessed once via redirect.
How can I force page to use secure connection "https". Client might call the page using insecure connection. I want the page to to check connection, if insecure connection "http" is being used, reload the page with secure "https" connection
Ok, so I'm adding linkbuttons to a page dynamically on page_load.I had it to where the link buttons were redirecting to a page with a query string attached. I was attempting to use the AjaxToolKit's AjaxFileUploader and ran into issues with existing query strings.
So what I'm trying to do now is handle the click event of the linkbutton server side, set 2 session variables and then redirect the page to the same page, but with out appending a querystring so the ajaxfileuploader will work correctly.Here is my linkbutton code:
vb Code: Dim Lin As New LinkButton Lin.Text = dr("DeptDesc").ToString Lin.CssClass = "deptlink" Lin.ToolTip = CDate(dr("MeetingDate").ToString).ToFileTime.ToString 'Lin.OnClientClick
I know I have Lin.PostBackURL and Lin.setAttribute(...). It didn't work with just setAttribute and I saw a post online about someone setting the PostBackURL and it working...
I have to do a web form that once the user has completed successfully and click the "I Agree" box and submit the form that redirects to the page where you can download some files. These visitors are not "users" in the sense of Drupal (no username / password, log back, etc), so I do not think the profile is actually the correct method vs Webform but should only be able to access to this page through redirection Webform.
I come from a windows dev environment so the web makes me feel like a big dummy.
I am using VS2008, VB.NET, 3.5 Framework, ASP.NET, AjaxControlToolkit.
I have included a screen shot that might help to look at while you read my attempt to explain my issue below!
I just recently discovered in a book here on my desk how to interact with a master page programmatically from a nested master page or a regular aspx child page. The method they describe makes sense and is familar to me because they use Public Properties on the master page to manipulate the GUI and controls on the master page. But since they are public, the child pages can see them and fire them off. Makes sense.
I thought I could use this method to do the opposite of that and have the master page fire off something (say a public property in a nested page) to have it then do some work and update things on that nested page.
I have a MASTERPAGE.MASTER. Under that, I have a LEFTNAV.MASTER (so its a nested master page). Then, under that I have my default.aspx page.
(I did that so that for some of my regular aspx pages I could just tie them directly to the master page so that they dont have a left navigation page...like for big charts or graphs, etc. Is that the best way for that by the way?)
So on the masterpage, I have just a simple asp.net search textbox and an asp.net search button. When they type something in and click search, I want it to add a tab to the AJAXControlToolkit - TabPanel that I have on the default.aspx page, then some other things such as update a datagridview there with the search results.
I can do all of this except the event firing and scope. I cannot see a way to make a button on the master page up top fire off an event that is on the default.aspx page to make it do what it needs to do.
What I tried doing was creating a public property on my default.aspx page. I have some actual code in the SET to do some GUI manipulation and change some stuff on the page. But on my master page within the search button's click event, I cannot see where to call this public property on the default.aspx page...