I would like to allow users to call my ruby on rails app as a service which returns a 'div' with html content in it, and embed that div into their app (which will not be a rails application).
For example, assume someone has their own php website that has a header/footer template that gets rendered, and a content area of the page that they need to fill based on some html I generate in my rails app. I would like to allow them, from php, to call to my website, get the 'div' I generate, and embed that as html in their php page.
What I'm trying to do is host a service on my site that returns some html content, but actually show that content as part of another site, so that the end user only sees the other site and never really knows about mine.
I have an Excel worksheet. That I somehow have managed to embed onto the webpage. My question is: Is it possible for me to get the background colors, the font used and text color used in the worksheet to show up on the webpage? T
I am working on a financial portal and I am having a problem..I don;t know what to call it so i mentioned it as an 'unknown to me' problem..I have a webpage..whenever I click on any button on my webpage, the request goes through..but nothing show up on the webpage..then If I click on another link and then again come back to previous link,then only I see the results of button_click..
I have a currency conversion and investment form..so after filling up the form in following way and if I click on "INVEST" then nothing shows up..
so now if i click on any other link and go back to 'buy currency' link I see the result as 'investment successful'
I have an application in that i m placed one drop down box.Now i want to show some image and other details according to that drop down item in asp page ..I am assigning drop down items in C # .Now the requirment is like on that time click need to show corresponding image on asp page. how to retreive images according to the drop down item value.
Providing web features through a custom HttpHandler such as in Elmah is extremely handy for ASP.NET Web Applications, because the handler can be embedded into any ASP.NET web app. It perfectly fits as a simple way to extend an existing web app. Now, developing any significant set of features through a custom handler is a very tedious process. I am wondering if it is possible to directly embed an ASP.NET Application into another one through a custom handler (as opposed to cut and pasting the whole app in a sub directory). Here is a small list of embedded web app that would be fit for such a purpose:
Health monitoring console. Provisioning console (for cloud web app with auto-scaling). App settings management console (considering a scheme IoC-settings-stored-in-DB). Each one of those web parts could be provided as an HttpHandler; but again implementation is really tedious. Does anyone know how to do that or how to achieve an equivalent behavior?