On my products page I have a small thumbnail and a description that is pulled from the database, since there is space restraints, how do I allow a max amount of characters, and if the description is longer append ... to the end? I'm using a data repeater and data binding for the content inside it.
i list the project descriptions on a field in my gridview, but some of them are too long. i want to limit them like 20 characters of 50 chars can be seen by the user. then pressing a button entire description will be displayed.
I have set Private Memory limit of 200mb in IIS 7 for an application pool. The Private Working Set memory(Task Manager) for the application is always below 125mb but the number of page faults have increased a lot and application cache is getting cleared frequently after setting the limit.
I haven't set any limit on Virtual Memory.why the cache is getting cleared even when the Private memory used is below the allocated memory?
I have a description field on my gridview that gets really lenghty, I want to be able to limit it to about 40 characters and then it they mouse over it show a popup or maybe tooltip with the rest of the data.
How can I set a asp.net text box to accept up to 20 characters? I was trying the range validator and I set it up to 0 min value and 20 max value. The prolem is that if I write 12933, the range validator errors appear saying "only 20 characters allowed" so I think it is adding the values.
I have a textbox on my page and I only want the user to be able to type into it up to 4000 characters. Currently if they type in more than 4000 characters it will take it, but when I save it to the DB it either cuts off after 4000 or does not save it at all.
I have a PDF document with a number of text fields, several of which have a maximum length - namely, a maximum number of allowable characters. Is there a way using iTextSharp to determine this setting? Here's the code I have so far:
Dim reader As New iTextSharp.text.pdf.PdfReader("Foobar.pdf") Dim inputFields As IDictionary(Of String, iTextSharp.text.pdf.AcroFields.Item) = reader.AcroFields.Fields For Each key As String In inputFields.Keys Dim PDFFieldName As String = key Dim MaxFieldLength As Integer = ??? ... Next
I need to set MaxFieldLength to the number of allowable characters for the current form field being iterated over.
I am assigning a value to .Text of a textbox retrieved from a database in Page_Load() but no characters are shown in the textbox after doing this. The value is indeed there when I try to read from it after the assignment. I would like to present some characters to the user even though they are the "dotted" password characters so they know a password has been entered here. Is it possible to do this?
I have a column in my repeater which allows as many as 255 characters and causes the page contents pushed away to the right if any of the record has all 255 characters in that column. How can I tell it to wrap the text after 50 characters?