Simulate Mouse Click Using X / Y Coordinates On Webpage
Jun 24, 2011
How can i Simulate Left And Right Mouse Click In Asp.net Web Applications ?i found a thread about this issue for win applications but not work on web app...in right mouse simulation i want to see menu bar...
I know this is strange, and probably considered bad design. I need to simulate the clicking of an actual button on my asp page. I do not need the button's on_click event sub/code to execute. The issue here is that I want to trigger the ConfirmButtonExtender associated with that button. The ConfirmButtonExtender, by design, executes before the Click event code.
So to be clear, I need to actually "click" the button. What the button does is irrelevant (in fact the button is invisible and has no code). I simply need to trigger the button's ConfirmButtonExtender, not the code behind the actual clicking of the button. Like this..
Protected Sub Button1_Click(.....) Handles Button1.Click Somehow click invisible_button (not call the Click() event, but actually "click" the button) End Sub
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I have fields on a page that require user input. When the user hits submit, I want to display a confirmation dialog with the data of those fields.
To do this, I originally added a ConfirmButtonExtender to the "Submit" button (just a regular ASP button). The problem appears because the ConfirmButtonExtender executes before the OnClick event of the submit button.
During my OnClick even I took the data, populated it into a confirm textbox (which is inside a ModalPopUpExtender). I originally then used the MPE.Show() (still in the onClick event) to display my conformation textbox.
However ,the .Show() function doesn't halt code execution (which is needed, since this is a confirmation dialog). So as a result, I created an invisible button.
This invisible button now has the ConfirmButtonExtender added to it, which will display my MPE/Confirm Dialog. When the user hits "Submit", the click routine is called, all the data is stored and populated, and THEN I want to "click" the invisible button, triggering the ConfirmButtonExtender. That will halt code execution in my original Submit buttons click routine.
I am working on a financial portal and I am having a problem..I don;t know what to call it so i mentioned it as an 'unknown to me' problem..I have a webpage..whenever I click on any button on my webpage, the request goes through..but nothing show up on the webpage..then If I click on another link and then again come back to previous link,then only I see the results of button_click..
I have a currency conversion and investment form..so after filling up the form in following way and if I click on "INVEST" then nothing shows up..
so now if i click on any other link and go back to 'buy currency' link I see the result as 'investment successful'
I have an asp.net page which displays different colors..It looks something like this. Now what i want is,when i click on any where in that form,i want to get the pixel color of that particular point. How can i do that??
the image is my button, and that is the JQuery that handles the button click. when you hover your mouse over the image, it stays as the basic arrow pointer. How do I make it change to a hand so the user knows they can click on it?
I have a 'MaskedEditExtender' textbox for phone number on my application. On IE, when someone clicks somewhere in the middle of the textbox using the mouse, on the first click the cursor is actually placed at the first digit of the number. On the next click positions it is at the mouse position. However, on other browsers like Chrome, Firefox, etc.. on the first click of the mouse, the cursor position is at the mouse position (not at the first digit of the number). There does not seem to be any special code written to specify this behaviour. Is there a default behaviour for 'MaskedEditExtender' on IE which results in this?
I am developing a web application in Visual Studio 2008 using ASP.NET with VB. I am using a ComboBox control from the AJAX Control ToolKit. The ComboBox gets populated from a database.On Page Load the focus is on the ComboBox control. The user can use the Down Arrow Key to drop the listed items, move up and down through it and on pressing Enter key on the highlighted item the other controls on the page (such as Text Box, DropDown List) get populated with data related with the selected item from the ComboBox on which the Enter key was pressed.What I want is that if somebody uses mouse on the ComboBox items and clicks any one item the data related to the clicked item should populate the other controls. This should also work on Lost Focus.So how do we write the Mouse Click and Lost Focus events for a ComboBox control from the AJAX Control TookKit.
I have a gridview with list of companies. I want to provide an option to user that, when user mouse over, the user has to see the delete(imagebuttion) option and clicking on that need confirm buttion. The below articles are very useful but the delete option is always visible to end user which I dont want in my application.
i have this on my gridview RowDataBound method. and my grid view has BoundFields which i use to display data, it is always on insert mode. i wand and edit mode. i want the bound textbox fields to change colour on onmouseover and on select to match the entire row colour background as i have specify on d code below. how do i do that? i knw how to change everything bt dnt knw how to oldy change the selected row and changing it only on onmouseover n select. the only thing i wanna change is d controls backcolour
I would like to add a clickable numberpad to a webpage if possible, so i can use this on a touch screen device. I have tried creating seperate buttons for each number and adding the number on click to the textbox, but it the page posts back after each click and if possible i would like to do this without the page refreshing after each click. Does anyone know of a way to do this?