Add 2 user controls and display them on your default aspx page. One control will be a simple list of store contact information. The other control will be a featured product control which displays a featured product of your choosing with an image and a description.
So i created a web user control page something like stewiecontrols.ascx
And I want to how to register the page <@control ...... src="" prefix name="" prefix tag="" /> the rest of the code in html <div> ..... </div> tags.
My question is this. I'm creating a master page and the default page is created using master page. So how do I register this .ascx page on default page. Should I register the .ascx page under master page or how. I want the user controls to only be shown on default.aspx page.
I have a simple test page using a couple asp features that I want to incorporate in a future site. It runs fine in Visual Web Developer.I deploy the site on a device running Windows CE with a web server. When I go look at Default.aspx I just read the file as text. Do I need to install something else on the device to get the web page to work?
For example, I have master page MyMasterPage.aspx and content page MyDefault.aspx. I have many UpdatePanels at MyMaterPage.aspx, and also I have many UpdatePanels at MyDefault.aspx.
I am having some trouble, I am very new to asp.net, and the last problem I had, I spent about 59 hours trying to solve, Now I have a new one !
:D well, I guess this is part of the learning process...
Well, in Visual Studio 2010, I clicked New Website. @ C# language, ... The template it gives is pretty nice, it creates a database MDF file, and a login/register setup ready to go !...
You guys can see it live AT CLICK HERE ...
Everything is working, well at least here at the local machine...
There are 2 pages in there, Default.aspX, and About.aspx ... I want to allow ONLY logged in users to view those 2 pages... I tryed a few things, added my account to a role called ADMIN,
In the web.cong I changed Allow"*" to allow"ADMIN" ... still didn't work.. Also, I was trying to avoid using roles for now, and I was trying to find a way to do this for individual pages in the same directory as well... If possible with out touching the web.config file...
i have to give the user the option to upload his own aspx and aspx.cs files on to the server, adjust the hyperlink to point to a page which would do the following display the aspx and aspx.cs files code onto the page without actually rendering the code the browser should not understand anything, and while reading the files to display them the method be such that nothing is processed on the server regarding the code within the files to prevent from unnecessary problems many user would try to cause.
i have tried many ways of displaying it but it ends up on displaying the actual comments instead of the code. how to achieve the above. note main concentration is on asp.net and c# using vs08, so j script and ready-made tools be avoided if feasible
i want the following in 1 div. say <div="topdiv">: i want to display on aspx page one image and its description fetched from database. i want to provide a next button at the side of it, onclick of this the next image and descriptn must be displayed without page being refreshed. i have another div (<div="divbottom"> which displays other information..
I am trying to secure very mixed content that is located in an ASP.NET directory. For purposes of this question, it can be ~/MyApp/.
I want all of the content in the directory and its subdirectories restricted to authenticated users. The default.aspx page, though, should be accessible to everyone. This is the web.config in that directory:
Now if you are an unauthenticated user, everything works fine if you request [code]....
The problem occurs in that visitors do not always request "Default.aspx". We have a default document configured so that they get Default.aspx even if they just request "/MyApp". An authenticated user works fine, but an unauthenticated user is directed to the login page.
Now I know that essentially this happens because even though the request for "/MyApp/" will actually end up serving up "/MyApp/Default.aspx", the security system is only checking for "/MyApp/" since that is what I requested. That is then getting the default security for the directory.
How can you configure an exception to allow access when no particular file is requested in the directory??
Is there some dependency between DefaultDocumentModule and UrlAuthorizationModule? In this environment, the UrlAuthorizationModule has been removed and re-added in order to make sure it fires for non-managed requests. I would not expect that to change the order of execution, though, since UrlAuthorizationModule usually goes after DefaultDocument.
A workaround could be to set up the opposite security with the directory being open, and then trying to secure individual files. Because of the (changing) number of files, and extensions, etc, and the fact that you cannot use wildcards in a <location>, this is not really a workable solution for me.
I want to know how can I load my files (file1.aspx and file1.aspx.vb) in a container on my index.aspx. My index should have my menu and my container. My problem is that i don't know how do that... options wich i tried:
Iframes: yes work it... but in html 5 iframe will dissapear...
MasterPage: isn't the solution because this refresh all index page.
Ajax: yes.. charge my File1.aspx in the container but i can't call the functions of File1.aspx.vb...
I have a Dynamic Data Website that I created after watching the video tutorials on this website (I'm new to programming, but not computers).I have a SQL Table named 'Adult' that has a 'DOB' column. I would like to add an asp:label to the Default.aspx that does a LINQ to SQL query to determine if it's someones birthday today and if so display their name and age.
I'm very new to .net and Visual studio. When u create a new website, a blank page default.aspx is displayed. Then u click on add new item & select master page. How to add this masterpage to default.aspx?