Forms Data Controls :: Linkbutton Inside ItemTemplate In Safari And Firefox
Aug 5, 2010
I have an ItemTemplate inside a listview with a linkbutton wrapped around three table rows. The linkbutton is supposed to make the whole rows clickable but this only works in IE. Does anyone have an idea about why? The link works if I move the rows out of the linkbutton and write some gibberish text instead, but that's not what I want.
Very new to ASP.NET (using C# behind) and am having trouble figuring out the following scenario. I have a DataList that is populated (code below) and wanted each cell to be clickable. When the cell is clicked I wanted to know the unique ID for that cell. In my code behind, my OnClick method looks like this:
i need to use linkbutton(Go for more detail)......on that link button i need to check session values .if session variable on that page exist..it should redirect to a different page...but if session on that does not exist..it should be redirected to a login page.....my link button is within datalist control....
i m using following code in link button.....but somehow is not working..
In the ASPX.CS file I define a datasouce and manually populate it.
DataColumn MDC = new DataColumn(); MDC.AllowDBNull = false; MDC.AutoIncrement = true; MDC.AutoIncrementSeed = 1; MDC.AutoIncrementStep = 1; MDC.ColumnName = "B2"; MDC.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); MDC.Unique = false; MDT.Columns.Add(MDC); MDC = new DataColumn(); MDC.ColumnName = "PRPT"; MDC.DataType = System.Type.GetType("System.String"); MDT.Columns.Add(MDC); I then manually fill each row: DR = MDT.NewRow(); DR["B2"] = "Test1<br/>Test2"; DR["PRPT"] ="Test3<br/>Test4"; MDT.Rows.Add(DR);
When the Grid is viewed using IE - both the Header and the data rows properly display the cells with multiple lines. When displayed using Firefox or Safari - only the Header utilizes multiple lines - the data rows are on a single line ---- "Test1Test2" what needs to be done to display multiple lines in all three browsers.
This is a weird issue. I have a List view with 2 Link buttons. "Edit" and "Delete" Iam able to attach an event handler for the first linkbutton(Update). Code in the event handler executed fine. But If I try to attach a event handler for the second link button(Delete) , I get an error.
My Item Template Looks like this.
First Item works absolutely fine. But If I attach the second handler, I get the following error
Am I missing some thing ? Note - There is no error if I try to attach the 1st event handler to the second link button.[ie EditLinkButtonClicked to DeleteLinkButtonClicked ] Issue occurs only when I try to attach DeleteLinkButtonClicked to DeleteLinkButton
I am developing an asp.net website on my local box using VS2010 Ultimate edition. Suddently, when I made Firefox as my default browser, none of the data or control show up!! The same pages work when I use IE8 and Opera, but not with Firefox or Safari. Usually I keep changing the browsers, to make sure that the pages work in all the browsers. Strangely, when I click on the "Outline block level elements" on the Firefox, the controls and data show up, and are highlighted! Once, I unselect the option, they are gone again!
I have a radiobutton inside an itemTemplate in datalist , and i'm binding this radiobutton dynamically from database, the problem is that all the radiobuttons generated are selectable at the same time which is wrong. (Multiple radiobuttons selcted at the same time)
I am new to C# and I have a LinkButton inside a gridview. I have been trying to set the myLinkButton.Visible property true or false depending on a database entry.Here is the code behind I have been working on:
I have a user control which, when pressing a command button, sets a property for the Profile (which has been marked as allowanonymous=true), then save it using Profile.Save().
Now, in IE this works fine - no problems at all. I then go to the page where the value is used - and it's there and can be used.
However, exactly the same routine when running in Safari or Firefox doesn't work - although when you're on the same page where the value is set it will immediately state that the value is ok, do a postback and it's gone!
Here's some very simple code to show the problem. Whilst IE will always dump 'plop true/false' to the screen (yes, I know - very juvenile!), FF and Safari will the first time, but on postback will just dump True to indicate it's a postback. (oh, and autosaveprofile is set to true in this example - otherwise there'd be a Profile.Save() below the set property).
I can't use Cookieless session states as the CMS I'm using won't allow it. I've also used Fiddler to try and track the issue, but no joy.
I'm guessing it's related to the way FF and SF handle cookies - but both are set to accept anything. Could it possibly be anything to do with the ASP.Net Development Server? (ie. the address is[URL]The fact that it never manages to save the value