I am trying to render a simple hyperlink that links to a named anchor within the page, for example:
<a href="#namedAnchor">scroll to down</a> <a name="namedAnchor">down</a>
The problem is that when I use an ASP.NET control like asp:HyperLink or HtmlAnchor, the href="#namedAnchor" is rendered as href="controls/#namedAnchor" (where controls is the subdirectory where the user control containing the anchor is). Here is the code for the control, using two types of anchor controls, which both have the same problem:
I am using the HtmlAnchor or HyperLink class because I want to make changes to other attributes in the code behind. I do not want to introduce a custom web control for this requirement, as the requirement I'm pursuing is not that important enough to justify abandoning the traditional ASP.NET link controls. It seems like I should be able to use the ASP.NET link controls to generate the desired link.
I have a hyperlink control on my datalist. The navigate url property is bound to a field called "AttachFile" in my datatable. Is there a way I can make the hyperlink control invisible if the field it's bound to is null or blank?
What is the best way to encode the url in Hyperlink without writing code behind. I have many uses and I would like to do it in the Hyperlink statemeent if possible. Some thing such as the following would be great: (This does not work)
When i am trying to give hyperlink on website which is coming from table its giving me following page when i click on that, How can i resolve this.
The code i added is
<asp:HyperLink ID="HyperLink1" runat="server" Text='<%# DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "Website")%>' NavigateUrl='<%# DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "Website")%>' Target="_blank"></asp:HyperLink> And the Link that display after click is
It should display only [URL], but i dont understand why taking this link.
I have a string variable called pdfdestination which points to a file on another server. This string is "\\mars\IntranetUploads\pdf\testpdf1.pdf"; The following code doesn't work:
and the reason is that it won't just directly input that string into the address bar, but instead the path it tries to access begins at the root of my application. In other words, the resulting URL comes out like: [URL] I simply need the browser to directly access: \marsIntranetUploadspdf estpdf1.pdf
I have a Hyperlink control in an ItemTemplate inside of a DetailsView. The DetailsView is inside a view of a MultiView which is inside of an update panel.
I am using binding syntax to bind the NavigateUrl property of the Hyperlink. However, the text shows up but when the mouse point moves over the hyperlink, the pointer doesn't change to a pointer hand like it should. And, nothing happens when the HyperLink is clicked. Here's the syntax I'm using:
I have discovered that the NavigateUrl is encoding the URL when it render it. It is a bit of a problem for me in Denmark because we have domianname with special charters. ex. [URL] the hyperlink control render it like [URL]
I would like to ask how can i make an html anchor (a element) or even any object to do a postback or to execute an server side method?I want to create a custom button (a wrapped with some divs to do some custom them) and i want to implement OnClick to be look like the ASP.NET LinkButton?Like<a href="#" onclick="RunServerSideMethod()">Just a simple link button</a>
As you can see by the amount of code needed for what is essentially supposed to be be a simple and light-weight anchor, it's not the most optimal solution. I know I could use a Literal but I figured this was cleaner as I'm adding more than one anchor.