The moment a user logs in application should get converted in full screen like we get after pressing f11
I have one login.aspx page one master page(Master.master). When I click on login button, my web page should view in full screen mode.This should happens automatically when user credentials are correct.Master page should open in full screen mode.
I don't want it in new window(pop up window). I don't want to ask user press F11.It should work
in all browsers.(mainly in firefox and Internet Explorer)
I tried with below codes. But it is not working fine. correct my code or new code.
After reading the solution provided below. I achieved full screen but here i got a trap. I was using timer to make my page postback to get fresh data after every 5 second. And here I found after every 5 sec new window opens up but I want full screen to go only once and next time content gets refreshed there itself.
Admittedly, I haven't done a lot of development for iPhone or smartphones, in general. This is a conventionally sized asp.net 3.5 website with a subfolder that contains simplified webforms that are supposed to be optimized for smartphone screens, specifically the iPhone. The page giving me the problem contains an AJAX accordion control with three panes. The first pane has a DetailsView with the default mode set to Insert. The second pane has a three column gridview. The last pane has another detailsview that shows the detail of whichever record is selected in the gridview. Pane 1, the gridview, is the default view when the page loads. Everything works fine on the page but when it renders on the iPhone 4, the accordion and the controls are very small, occupying about 1/4 of the screen. Double-tapping the gridview causes the screen to zoom or you can use two fingers to stretch it to the size you want. I would like to find a way to make the page load with the controls already zoomed in to full screen. I have triedstyle="width: 400px;" in the <body> element, the <form> element, and in the <div> element. None of them made a difference.
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Using Microsoft.Web.Helpers package, I was able to create a kind of "Youtube" of my own. A very small application running in our local network where people can upload, watch, and comment on video uploaded, etc...). Unfortunately, there are some missing features to the screen I'm able to obtain using those helpers. There are particularly 2 features that I can thing of: If the user doesn't move the mouse for a few seconds, the menu and the mouse disappear. They appear again when the mouse is moved the Full screen option. How can I get those effects using the video helpers?
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an MS-Built script or step to do just this? Or can I do this using default Visual Studio 2010 commands?
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