How To Replace Value Of Name For Hyperlink Control During Runtime
Oct 4, 2010
i want to change name of hyper link during runtime ,i put text box i take value from text box and put it as name of hyper link but when i reload page the original name of hyper link back again what i can i do to save the new value for ever.
In my asp.net+vb web i have a label named company.text i use a dropdownlist to select the company names and that selected value is binded on company.text. When the dropdownlist is selected the data hets displayed in the gridview and also the selected company named is displayed in company.text.
i want to use this label (company.text) as a hyperlink to another page so that that company name can be used for string.
I have a string with special characters insert in different places. For example:
string myString = "This is a textbox: ##";
I would like to replace the ## with a control (namely, a textbox).
The Replace method only allows the string to be replaced with another string or character (understandably). But what would be the best way to dynamically replace the ## with a control in its position?
I was thinking maybe I could replace it with HTML markup which would be executed, but not quite sure how that would be achieved.
EDIT: To clarify some details. The strings are being retrieved from a database, so I can't use the PlaceHolder control. The user selects a string from a drop-down list. The value of the item is the string with special characters. When the postback occurs from the item selection, I would like to display the string on the site, but replace the special characters with a fully working control (in this case, a textbox)
i want to replace the control after binding like suppose i bind a gridview with the edit button . when i press the edit button all field are come as a textbox control. i replace this textbox to another control how to do this.
I'm working on an ASP.NET web application for our corporate intranet users. I have a form where a user should provide a path to the file on the local network (something like "localServersomeFoldersomeFile.ext") without uploading the actual file. The issue is that users don't want to type the whole file path and want to use some kind of visual browse dialog.
The standard HTML <input type=file> element allows to browse for a file, but most of the browsers (except for IE) don't allow to access file's full path, so I think it should be done by some external component like Silverlight, Flash, Java applet etc. I tried to do it with Silverlight, but I'm getting a SecurityException when trying to access file's full path using Silverlight's OpenFileDialog class. This java applet [URL] seems to do something similar to what I'm looking for, but it's focused on uploading files - I only need to be able to get file's full path and pass it to the server as a string.
I have a web page devoloped in visual studio 2008.I have 4 dropdowns and a repeater in the page.based on the selection(search criteria) from the dropdowns the repeater value will change and one dropdown selection will bind values to the other dropdown also.Since the page is causing a lot of postback we decided to implement ajax here.I am yet to learn ajax.which ajax control replace dropdowns?
i have already server side code written on all dropdowns.Please give me a good solution which i can implement in less time and reuse my code.One more update: i have a master page used in the project.I am using update panel of ajax which does not work if i use master page.(That means all the dropdown controls and repeater i put it in update panel.But still page postback occurs.)In a normal page(without master page) it works?
I have a gridview and a column of that gridview is displaying images whose path is stored in a database & image is stored in locale folder inside my website. My problem is that I want to use the hyperlink control with the image, so that when the image is clicked it should jump to another page. How can I do that?
I have an existing .NET 1.1 dll that I do not have the source code for. It contains the code-behind for a asp.net page containing various form controls including a third party text editor that I no longer want to use. I want to replace the text editor with a simple asp:Textbox but the existing textbox is baked into the old assembly. How can I override / extend the existing page to use a textbox instead of the old text editor control?
when any link is clicked, the page corresponding to that hyperlink should open within a specified area on the same page, that is the "div content" yes i can use iframe but can i make a div target of the hyperlink?
I have this code to add a hyperlink to a table cell.
[Code].... The output of it would be multiple hyperlink in a single row. But the hyperlink is too close to each other, how can I add spaces between the hyperlink? The example in this line did it, but the empty spaces become part of the hyperlink, which I dont want.