I finally got iphone's VPN working with our firewall so iphone users can see our Intranet pages. But I'm having trouble with pages which contain links to pdf files stored on network shares. The pages render links similar to this:
When viewed with IE7 on a Vista desktop these links work great, opening the pdf file in the browser window. But on the iPhone the link results in a 404 error.
Is there some trick to rendering a link to a PDF file stored on a network share that Safari can open, or is it just not possible?
I have a webpage with an asp.net 2.0 upload file control, it works on Windows, but not in the IPad/IPhone, the textbox of the upload control has disappeared, and the button of the upload control is disabled.
Not sure if this issue should be posed here, but i try anyway:I have a webpage with a button, button click the webpage will write an image (in binary) to the response object, resulting the user can open or save an image.
Everything is fine in IE in Windows, but in Safari in IPad/IPhone, it is viewed in a seperate browser tab, with the binary image file written as a very long string.In Windows, i know you have to select a program to use to open a new file type for the first time, is this the case in IPad? that i need to select a program?
So I created a site optimized to be rendered in a mobile device. I set the Width Site is looking good on Blackberry of my <DIV> tags to be about 300px, for the most part, to account for the reduced screen size. However, the IPhone Safari browser renders this to the screen extremely small, and I can only assume that it's automatically reducing the size of the html accordingly to fit the device. Again, Blackberry does not do this.
I have an application that works perfect in IE and FF but when opened in iPhone Safari the checkbox checked and button onclick functions do not fire. I have looked all over the web for the last few days and could not find a solution to this very frustrating problem. I hope someone has encountered this before and knows of a fix.
I am developing an ASP.Net website which has a listbox which will be accessed by IPAD.The problem I am facing is that listbox has rather long text and IPAD does not show horizontal scrollbar when I use div tags. The two-finger horizontal scrolling doesn't work either on IPAD /Iphone.
Can I detect the Name/model no of the mobile phones ,which are browsing my asp.net website from C# code behind? I need to show welcome message, addressing their model numbers and redirect to appropriate pages.
have a ASP.NET page for mobile view.On that page I have this part:
While testing this on normal computer using IE7 IE8 it fires the AutoPostBack Control.BUT TESTING IN IPHONE THIS DOES NOT FIRES....ALSO THE DISPLAY IS WIERD BECAUSE A SEPARATE BOX APPEARS AT THE BOTTOM TO SELECT THE LIST.
i am developing a PDA application in ASP.net......ok, the point is, on my form i have a text box , in which the text appears after the Bar Code is being read through the BarCode Reader....but immediately after it with pressing the Cancel Button (which is also placed on tha same form) the event of this button trigers automatically.....I have checked the Handle statement which is Handles btnCancel.click, and one more thing the auto-post back property of textbox is true.