I have a grid with 5 rows and 5 columns, All containing templetefield(Combobox)I am trying to set the background color of my grid cell(contain combobox) depending upon which item is selected. (again, dependent on item selection, so background color is not permanent). How can i achieve this?
I am reading a datareader, populating a datatable and then when finished populating I bind to a gridview. Right now, I am placing a literal in the cell of the rows based upon date differences....sort of a textual gant chart. What I want to be able to do is change the background color of the cell I am putting these literals in. I am including the code below where I am populating the cells with the text. Does anyone know how to make the background color change? I know that in a normal gridview on datarowbind I can change it but I don't know how to do this on a cell by cell basis within the code I have below.
I have a grid view populated with some data included bit fields and I made an export to excel function For each row i need to check the cell with the bit value to change the cell color, but the cell is always empty, even if is the field is set to False or True. foreach (GridViewRow row in gv.Rows)
I have a GridView. In my RowDataBound event I add attributes for the mouse onclick event, which sets the row's background color to red when the row is clicked. This works. I have a button outside of the GridView. When I click this button, I want to read each row of the GridView, and if its background color is red I want to perform some processing on the row. I tried the following code and even when the row's background is red, I cannot get its background color (bgc is empty).
I am able to change the girdview caption in code like this:GridView1.Caption = "New grid title"But I can not find how to change the background color where this caption (in the entire girdviews heading).
I am pulling information from two different databases (structure is the same) and putting them into two datatables. The problem I am having is figuring how to merge the data togther in a single gridview and change cell background color for only the data in the second datatable.
I've written an ASP.net page that uses an ASP GridView to display a table of data.
How can I do this with jQuery (or without jQuery) ?
if a cell background colour is dark (not just black, could be many shades of grey) and then change the cell font to a lighter colour so as to contrast the background colour and make the text easier to read?
In my asp.net+vb web I was using this code to change row colour of gridview
Protected Sub GridView1_RowDataBound(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.GridViewRowEventArgs) Handles GridView1.RowDataBound If e.Row.RowType = DataControlRowType.DataRow Then If e.Row.DataItem("bloodgp") Is System.DBNull.Value <> True AndAlso e.Row.DataItem("bloodgp") Then e.Row.BackColor = Drawing.Color.LightGreen End If End If End Sub
Now I want to change the cell backcolour to red for those cells are blank ....
I have a gridview that contains columns of electrical specification (value, resistance, etc.). The rows are populated with archival data from previous versions of th same part (rev A, rev B, etc.).
The question is: is there any way for me to review each row and set the font color to red if the value is different from the cell below, or above? This would highlight where changes were made to each individual revision of a part from the previous version.
Now i am saving the country of the user in Session["Country"] variable , also i am using two labels and two textboxes , initially the labels text is ABN and other Label text is ACN , and initially the Textbox length against ABN Label is 14 and and ACN Label is also 14 , now i want that whenever the Session["Country"] changes to Pakistan , it must read the configurations of Pakistan node in xml file and set the ABN Label text to NTN and the textbox which is after it must allow 18 numeric digits only instead of 14 numeric digits , same for ACN Label change to BCN and textbox which is after it must allow 22 numeric digits only instead of 14 numeric digits