I have a couple of labels in the header of my master page. One of these displays the game-server that the user is currently connected to (the website controls the gameserver). The name of the gameservers can be longer than the room I gave them in the header. When this happens, the text wraps around (this is good!), and any elements underneath this label shift down (this is wrong!). Here is how it looks when not connected, so that the labels that show the name and IP of the server are hidden: After connecting, the labels are shown but the text is slightly too large and wraps around, causing the two links underneath to shift. The header becomes larger than it should be and a blank strip results (where the header background image stops):
The relevant ASPX code:
The relevant CSS is this (it's a bit of a mess, .):
When the server name is longer than the 'server' div (basically the black box) I want it to wrap around (otherwise most servers wouldn't fit). But if the server name is REALLY long it might wrap around 3 of 4 times in which case there would be no room for the links underneath... Can i possibly limit the amount of wrapping so that it only wraps once? When it is longer still it should just cut off (or display some ellipsis " ..." if that's possible), or even just spill into the rest of the header (rather not..)
In each case, when the label does wrap, how do I stop the other elements underneath from being pushed down? The two links should remain on the same spot really, they shouldn't move down when the label turns out larger. I hope I'm making myself clear. I'm really a CSS noob, the CSS I have now is mostly hacked together from various sources and I just kept trying until I got something that I liked...
I want label to set its width automatically. For example, 8 lines beside image with 400px of width and other lines on top and bottom of image, with 800px of width. In fact something like Microsoft word text wrapping-square mode.
I wonder if this is either a bug or a setting I could potentially change.
I uploaded a YouTube video of the behavior since it's easier to see: [URL]
I've got a Multiview control with a View (call it view1) inside it. When I type text into view1 within the Design view of Visual Studio 2010, if the text reaches the end of the visible line it does not wrap to the next line as expected (like a div or p tag would do outside the multiview control). Instead, it extends the multiview horizonally and the horizonal scrollbar appears.
how to maintain state of placeholder. i have a placeholder in which i add many image controls dynamically but when my page get refresh all controls from placeholder gets removed from it. the enableViewstate of placeholder is set to true.
I am using list view to display the the data but i am getting an error like An item placeholder must be specified on ListView 'ListView1'. Specify an item placeholder by setting a control's ID property to "itemPlaceholder". The item placeholder control must also specify runat="server.Even i have specified the itemplaceholder id but no use still same error.
I am using ASP.NET MVC 2 in Visual Studio 2010. I have a ASP.NET MVC application with a master page that contains 3 content placeholders. When I create a new view from a controller by right-clicking the action method and selection "Add View", I end up with a ASPX page that does contain the 3 content placeholders but in the wrong order. This is by design because in the T4 template used to create views "TitleContent" will be used first followed by the "MainContent" and after that all the other content placeholders are put.
I have a subtitle content placeholder in my master page that I want to put before the "MainContent" placeholder. Is there a way to achieve this with modifying the Create.tt T4 template?
I would like to display data horizontally - with wrapping.. Is there some asp.net control that can do this??! I know how to do this using a plain table.. Guess I'm just feeling lazy, or wanting an easier alternative..
Instead of binding my generic List, I would like to bind my LINQ collection instead. Only problem here is that the generic nature of the LINQ object means that DataSource cannot check and display the properties defined in MyDataStructure. How can I bind my LINQ query output to myRepeater?
I have a page that is essentially a group of controls on top, a button in the middle and a DataGrid at the bottom.
I wanted some asynchronous code to get ran; so I wrapped the bottom DataGrid in an UpdatePanel and made the button in the middle as the async trigger. This is working great. However, the button also needs to clear out the values of the controls up top after it adds to the bottom DataGrid.
The code to clear these controls out gets ran, but nothing changes on screen. I assume this is because the top controls need to be wrapped in an UpdatePanel as well. I did this, but I'm having a problem.
I've got my repeater generating a list of links that need to appear in a certain order. Meaning I need my list to appear like so
-Item1 -Item4 -Item2 -Item5 -Item3
Every solution I've found involves knowing whats going to be in your list and setting classes where the list should break. My issue is that it could be anywhere from 1 to 18 items. So my question is, is there a good, simple way to vertically wrap a list that's being dynamically generated using an ASP.NET repeater control?
And it seems to work...Im returning some tabular html data in the asmx....however in firebug everything is coming out encoded with the xml header...?? Im not appending that anywhere I can see...<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><string xmlns="http://tempuri.org/"><table class='whoinner'><thead><tr><th>Resident</th><th>Off</th><th>Returning</th><th>Type</th></tr></thead><tbody><tr dateid='6e220daa-b25b-4528-b402-fdffa009dfff' reqid='a03cb1d8-7150-481d-81a3-e1e7670cc10a' onclick='visualizeDate("Wednesday, August 04, 2010","Thursday, August 12, 2010")'> <td class='resident'>Steve</td><td class='from'>Aug 04 2010</td><td class='to'>Aug 12 2010</td><td class='type'>Vacation</td></tr></tbody></table></string>
A few years ago I worked with a team that developed what we thought, at the time, was a unique security model for a company ecommerce site. We wrapped every object (that we cared about) with a authorization / role check. So internal and external would use the same site but what fields, buttons, links etc. that they saw varied with their authorization / role assignments. I know .NET now has some RAD (Rapid App Dev) tools for security / authentication / authorization. Everything I have been reading is based upon securing pages / folders / areas of a site but nothing about the level of granularity we took it to so:
1. Was this not such as good way to go back when we did it?
2. I thought Microsoft had an entire security "plug-in" (Not Windows Authentication). Database, roles, etc.
(Don't get me wrong they have made life a ton easier with what they have given us)
3. What is the current method / practice in use for reasonably high security ecommerce environments. Cookieless Forms Auth? Something new altogether?
If the contents in HTML table headers or cells have spaces, even with "white-space:nowrap" in CSS, they wil wrap, as long as there is not enough room in headers or cells. it seems cells have higher priority than headers. I mean, if strings are shorter in cells than ones in headers, the content in headers will wrap.Does anyone know how to keep them unwrapped, no matter what?
I've two SqlDataSources and two Repeaters, each repeater contains one hyperlink (i also tried using web server button and anchors). The hyperlinks fetch from the database some values and in the NavigationUrl property I use a string.Format method to create a parameterized url, to pass for the browser, then second repeater is populated according to the value passed in the url which is originally passed by the first repeater's hyperlink. this is my sample code : [URL]
I have a gridview and a css file that is giving it a style,colors, font style etcThe gridview is showing blog comments in it.If someone posts hyperlink in the blog comments, the gridview width gets increasedOnly in mozilla the hyperlink is getting wrapped and works fine but in I.E, opera, safari, chrome and all other browsers the wdith of the gridview is going out of the page.In my css. style sheet also i have defined width:.grid
I have a gridView that I want to only show 5 columns per "Row". To explain, lets say I have a gridView that has a total of 20 columns. Normally this would mean that the grid would show all 20 columns in a single row side by side:col1 col2 col3 col4 col5 col6 col7 col8 col9 col10 ... etcI want it to instead show the columns underneath each other like so:
of course the prespective data associated with the columns would show below each column header.I have read some posts and they are pointing me to a repeator but I am not sure how I would impliment a method like that. Any suggestions / examples of ways you have done so or read about?
I'm trying to create a few custom web controls wrapping some existing controls. One of them, for instance, is a wrap for a textbox (because I need additional behaviors such as corresponding validators). The problem is, I'm not sure how to get the data of that control to be sent in the postback.