Apr 26, 2010
I have a asp.net webpage which is using an Master page and contentplaceholder.
i have a masterpage and has some linkbuttons in it, i also have a webform which is a content page for the masterpage. i like to access the controls to the webform via the linkbutton residing in the masterpage or access the linkbuttons via the webform controls.
I have looked everywhere for how to do this and all I come up with is threads describing how to expose public properties. I have a USER CONTROL in my Master page. It is a search box with a text box and a dropdown for search type (last name, account number, etc) and a search button. When the user clicks the search button, I open a new page that displays the results. How do I pass the values from the USER CONTROL search fields to the new page? I would post code, but I have nothing to post yet since I don't know where to start. I have tried exposing the public property of the user control, but I don't know how to retrieve those values on the results page.
As the first step, I designed a Master Page for my website. Everything seems to be in order. My master page has a table say "Mytable" with 2 rows.
In the first row, I've put up a banner for the website.
In the second row, I want to place the ContentPlaceHolder.
The thing is that I can't make the ContentPlaceHolder to occupy the whole cell. I tried finding the solution through search engines and could not find out a solution.
Looking to have a export button in master page. Gridview is placed inside panel, so I couldn't get the gridview to export to excel. I have gridview's wherein I can able to export to excel that are directly placed in maincontent (Content PlaceHolder). The problem is if gridview is placed inside panel I couldn't export.
I am searching the internet for possible solution for my problem, I have a page that sets the master page at runtime, my problem is how to create a content (asp:Content) control for each of contentplaceholder (that exists at design-time) in each masterpage?? I am looking at AddContentTemplate, but seems not working...
I need to display a control consistently across a set of pages. So I'm using a MasterPage to do that in ASP.NET/C#. However I also need to programmatically access this control, mostly provide options to view/hide depending on whether the controls checkbox is clicked.
Here is the Source for the MasterPage
<div id="verifyInitial" runat="server"> <asp:CheckBox ID="chkInitialVerify" runat="server" oncheckedchanged="chkInitialVerify_CheckedChanged" /> I agree that my initial data is correct. </div> <div id="verifyContinuous" runat="server"> <asp:CheckBox ID="chkContinuousVerify" runat="server" oncheckedchanged="chkContinuousVerify_CheckedChanged" /> I agree that my continuous data is correct </div>
Now in the code behind I want to perform the following operations. Basically if a person clicks on the checkbox for the initial div box, then the initial box disappears and the continous box shows up. However it seems that the code behind for the MasterPage does not activate whenver I click on the checkbox. Is that just the way MasterPages are designed? I always thought you could do add some sort of control functionality beyond utilizing the Page Load on the Master Page.
I have a master page, sub master page and content page. The master page has a form control which both masters can access by name alone:
Code: <form id="form1" runat="server">
The content page contains a contact form, with the form tags removed as they conflict with the form tags on the master.
What I want to do now is access form1 on the content page so I can change its properties for use in the contact form. I'm not sure if this is how its done in ASP? Anyway, here's how I've tried to:
Code: Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load Dim f As Control = CType(Master.FindControl("form1"), Control) f.Action = Request.Url.ToString() f.Name = "contactForm" f.Method = IsPostBack End Sub
I've got a web site that has a master page and that master page (mpMaster that has a user control ucControl1) which has a sub user control (ucControl2), this user control has a property which accepts a value. Now, I have a page that uses the master page and on this page I have another user control (ucPageControl), I need to find a way of setting the value in ucControl2 from ucPageControl. Is this possible at all?
I have created a web user control I want to change the iframe' src value when the user click on the link but the problem is that I dont have access to iframe inside the page from web user control I think there is a way because my control is in the page they have some relation perhaps I like to find something like this :
Is there a way to change the behaviour so that if a placeholder can't be found it just doesn't include that bit? I'm thinking maybe on my page base class looping over a collection of placeholders and content tags and removing the ones that don't match up, but I'm not sure if there's a good point in the page lifecycle to do this.
I'm using MVC not WebForms if this makes a difference.
I'm designing a website and i want to use 3 columns on the master page,left center and right.I want to create each column with a table so we have table1-left column, table2-center column and table3-right column.On an inherited page i would like to created div's,span's etc.So the question is where exactly do i put the contentplaceholder of the master page?Do i need 3 contentplaceholders one for each table?Also the contentplaceholder would be inside a table a tr or a td?
I have a master page which has several ContentPlaceHolders. Not all of them are used by the current content page all the time. During page rendering the master page needs to set a property when a ContentPlaceHolder wasn't used by the current content page. Meaning a ContentPlaceHolder might not be referenced by the content page.What's the best way for the master page to iterate through its ContentPlaceHolders and find out which ones haven't been used by the current content page? Looking for a solution that does not involve any communication from content page to master page.
To be specific, I get the below error:
Microsoft JScript runtime error: Objected expected/required at this line document.getElementById('<%=txtemailId.ClientID %>').value
txtemailId is in the content page.
The reason I guess is that when .net is parsing the files, it is unable to substitute txtemailId.ClientID with the client side value that would be generated later on. So, how should one go about it?