Returning Focus (Position) In Panel After PostBack?
Mar 8, 2010
VWD 2008 Express. Visual Basic.
I have a gridview control within a panel control. The gridview can contain up to 128 rows. The panel is 300px high and has a vertical scroll bar that allows me to scroll to the row I want to see or edit in my gridview. When I click the "Edit" button on an item within my gridview, the page posts back and returns to panel scrolled all the way back to the top. I have to then scroll back down to get to the item I want to edit in my gridview (which has correctly been placed in edit mode). How can I make the panel return to its postion (or stay in its postion) after a postback without me having to manually scroll back down?
I have a panel inside an update panel. The panel has a scrollbar. When a control inside the panel is clicked, the scrollbar resets, scrolling the panel back to the top. Is there a simple way to preserve the scrolling position of a panel inside and update panel when a postback happens from inside that panel?
ScrollBar position resets on postback.Is there anyway to maintain position ?I am adding UserControl(s) dynmically to the page, therefore I want to maintian positon (always maintain position at the end)Following is my .aspx file (Just to show where is the asp:panel and User controls)
I have a gridview that putted in ASP.NET Panel. both of panel and Gridview are in an UpdatePanel. there is a column in gridview that Causes Partial PostBacks. i want to Maintain Panel Scroll position on those postbacks.
I have four controls in a page with update panel.Initially mouse focus is set to first control.when I partially post back the page to server the focus automatically moves to first control from the last focused control from the control I have tabbed down to.Is there any way to maintain the last focus?
I have a page that I am adding user controls to the bottom of the controls each postback. The User Control has a textbox in it and the focus needs to be on this newly created control textbox each time. It all works almost perfectly however when there are too many controls to fit on the page, because I set the focus to the textbox the bottom of the page is set to the textbox that has focus not the very bottom of the page. I have a submit button below this which ends up below the page limit. How can I set focus to a textbox but still scroll to the every bottom of the page to show the submit button.
I got a problem with an Ajax form in MVC2 (VS 2010).Well I got an Index.aspx that has a Ajax.BeginForm, with a textbox and a input button (Button 1). The HttpPost of this simple form, will be handled by an action of my controller. This action will render a PartialView.The PartialView has a table that I fill with a ViewModel. Also it has another Ajax.BeginForm and another input button (Button 2). This new Ajax.BeginForm is handled by an action that has to do something with the data posted.
Here's the thing: I click the Button 1, fill the table and everything is going well, but after that when I click everywhere in the page, the Button 2 change it's position to the bottom of the page and get the focus ... I don't know why ...
I am a designer prototyping applications. At the moment I want to show in my prototype that a drag panel opens and it belongs to a tab.
Two questions: How can I make a drag panel belong to a tab?
Should that be too complicated code wise (i am a designer - not a developer...): Can I position the drag panel on opening for the first time?So far, my drag panel always opens in the top left corner in my browser. I tried positioning it with CSS but it just ignores that.
I have a simple question. I need to keep my position af postback in a scrollbar, where a panel consists of 20 equal user controls. I have attached the code below for the simple form and for the user control.
I have added MaintainScrollPositionOnPostback="true" in the webform, but still the position moves back to the top position of the panel after postback.
I have some problems with maintaining scroll position after postback. First time I experienced the problem was when I (believe) added Combobox control from AJAX control Toolkit and/or UpdatePanel from AJAX Extensions. The problem is when I do the postback on the page the page is loaded at the top and not where I did the postback. Actually, this wouldn't be a problem if it isn't happening on a very large form. I have already tried using MaintainScrollPositionOnPostback="true", but it wasn't helpful at all. I can provide the code if needed, but I don't think it would be of any use because I have comboboxes inside update panels which are rebinded on a button click.
When an asynchronous postback happened inside update panel, another postback happens also for MasterPagenot only update panel embedded page .I want to prevent this MasterPage postback . is this possible ?think like i have a MasterPage and another page which is test.aspx which is content page of MasterPagei have update panel at test.aspxwhen asynchronous postback happens at this test.aspx update panel it also loads MasterPage Page_Loadi want to prevent this (it should not also load MasterPage Page_Load)
Dim iCounter as Integer Dim iQuantity as Integer = 10 Protected Sub btnFoo_Click Handles btnFoo Yadda For i as Integer = iCounter to iQuantity - 1 //do something with AsyncPostBackTrigger until iCounter = iQuantity - 1 //then trigger a full postback Next End Sub
I am new to the concept and feel like there must be something really easy that I am missing.
I have a web page in which i have some validation after textbox lostfocus but i want that If Error occurs then text box changes their position and as soon as user corret that error text box set it on its original position how can i do it
I have a web page that regularly refreshes on post back, and all of this works fine. However, a user has made enhance the page, which I need with:
1) There are 3 asp.panels on the page, which are scrollable vertically. When the page refreshes, the scroll position returns to the top. The enhancement is to maintain the position of where ever the scrollbar is on postback. How do I keep the scrollbar position on post back?
I have a page that uses AJAX updatepanels. On this page, we have some radio buttons with Autopostback set to true. The problem is that after the postback, the control was losing focus so that when the user would hit tab, control would be restored to the first control on the page and not the drop-down which fired the event. As a fix, I wrote some set focus code in the radio button's oncheckchanged event. This seems to have fixed the problem with the focus. The problem I have is that the browser loses its scroll position every time I click on one of these radiobuttons. Is there a way to maintain scroll position? Maybe there is another way to resolve my original problem of setting focus that will prevent this from happening.