Currently, I am using Calendar control on ASPX page. Instead, I want to use AJAX Calendar Extender control because of the animation effect and the way it moves between years making if much more impressive than Calendar control.Is it possible to display Calendar extender on page permanently, just like Calendar control?
I am using Framework 2.0, ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 and Visual Studio 2005.I am using 2 Ajax Calendar Extender in my page. I am using a text box and html image control and setting the TargetControlID to the test box id and the PopupButtonID to the image control name. When i click the first image the calendar pops up and without choosing a date if i click the second image the second calendar control opens on top of the first calendar control. Is there any way i can make the previous one disappear without choosing a date leaving the calendar control associated with the last image clicked.
I'm using the AJAX Control Toolkit with VS2008 Professional and I'm experiencing a weird problem with the date format.I have two textboxes on a webpage for inputting dates. The date format I wish to use for both textboxes is MM/dd/yyyy. One textbox has a calendar extender attached to it and the other doesn't. When I first load the page, I set the first textbox (the one with the calendar extender) to today's date and then I call a function inside the code-behind for the page that calculates the value of the second textbox's date and displays it.
t the date format of the first textbox is M/d/yyyy as long as I have the calendar extender on the page. If I remove the extender, everything is okay.Here is what the page HTML looks like: [Code]....
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I am trying to change the color of the text in the title of a Calendar Extender Control from the AJAX Toolkit. I was having trouble getting the hover color to change, so I followed an example from this site:
I am having an application which should contains a datepicker with drop down list for year and month. So how can I insert Drop down list into an ajax calendar extender control. I can't use 3rd party .dll like Calendar extender plus or 3rd party tools like jquery.
am developing an application using asp.net+ajax.i used calender extender control to select date and showing that date in a text box.my requirement is when select date from the previous year (i.e 2009) from the calender extender control...then a message should show like"you should not select the previous year date" and immediately current day date should fill in textbox.
I have a web form, and an "add vendor" button. Click the button, a modal dialog pops up (ajax:ModalPopupExtender). User selects one of two radio buttons which shows a data bound asp:View in an update panel - this view is data bound to a single row and must be populated by the user. However I also want to provide a cancel button which should close the modal dialog and reset the bound view.
However what is happening is that the ModalExtender closes, but when the "add vendor" button is presented again, it's still bound to the same data. Do I need to clear my data source? How so I reset the forms/views so that when the 'add vendor' button is clicked again the form is presented as it should be (IE the 2 select options, picking one re-binds the asp:View)?
I was having issues with a gridview and CSS so I posted my question here and received a wonderful answer which lead me to implementing CSS Friendly Adapters for all of my gridviews.I have a table nested in the EditItemTemplate that holds the textbox and the button for a calendar control where I want them, it inherits the CSS applied from the CSS Friendly Adapters. I don't want it to change the CSS so I have changed the CSS inline, with no success. More importantly...
I also have a Ajax calendarExtender control to change the date for that field. When the popup is displayed the table in which the calendar is shown in also inherits the CSS Friendly Adapters code. I have tried fixing this by creating a external css sheet for the calendarExtender's cssClass property and a blending of CSS occurs where the items not specified by the Friendly Adapter Code are set correctly by the calendar.css file that I created.Is there anything that I can do to force the tables inside of the gridview to ignore the inherited Friendly Adapter Code?
I have a user control, named productslist.ascx. On pruductslist.ascx, I am using Entity Datasource and a QUERY EXTENDER and LISTview. I have a page Defualt.aspx. On Defualt.aspx, I have a TEXTBOX with a SUBMIT button for searching the site. Everthing works fine so far, AS LONG as the results of the Search is posted back to Default.aspx. What I want is for the results of the search to be posted on a different page. So I created a new page, Results.aspx and set the postback url to it.
What I want is that when a user clicks the Submit button, after entering a search string, the text the entered is used to execute the query on Productslist.ascx and the results displayed on RESULTS.ASPX. Again, everything works fine as long as the results are posted on same page hosting the usercontrol, BUT I want the postback url to be a different page. I am coding in VB and VS 2010.
How do you get the value of the Calendar Extender control? I always get a blank value in the txtTo textbox and the calendarTo.SelectedDate doesn't work (it always gets the initial value of the selected date).
I have some aspx pages where I was using a date picker. I changed the date picker with AJAX calendarextender which I can pop by clicking on the associated textbox when I am viewing this page on the server itself. But on the client PC I can't pop the calendar. This textbox and calendarextender are created in a gridview.
I have downloaded the AJAX Toolkit for .Net 3.5 I want to add a calendar popup for a field called Date Finished, I added the ScriptManager from the AJAX Extensions toolbox, and then I went into the source for Edit Mode on my webform, and added in the CalendarExtender. I get no error messages when compiling or running this, but the calendar does not pop up.
i m facing a problem in calendar extendar.....i have used a calendar in the ajax accordian....when i click the heading of accordian, the calendar shows up...but after that wheni clickhe calendar image button , it displays the calendar but it is blurred.....that is the white background is some where elseand the dates some where else..the display of calendar is completely distributed..the other calendar extendar in the same project are working fine..
I'm having problems with the calendar extendar on my textbox popping up when any event fires on the page.I didn't start having this issue until i implemented a second extend (MaskEdit) to my textbox, when i eliminated the (MaskedEdit) the issue still occured. '
I am using Calender Extender on one of my page and it is not working as expected on IE8. The problem i am facing is when i click on calender image calender shows for a fraction of second and goes away. It is really annoying and the same thing is working fine on Firefox and Chrome. Here is the code i am using .....
i have a calendar extender in my page. it works fine unless i add a maskedEditExtender as well. Then, when the page start or is post back, the calendar starts off as being visible. is there anyway to hide or disable this control when the page starts, until the user clicks the appropriate text box? the code i have is as follows: