Learning how to do a master page in asp.net. Trying to figure out how my style sheet interacts with respects to the master page and content page. I can get HTML tags like body and the style sheet to react. But when I call the ID attribute of a label no styling takes place. What am I missing here as far as interaction? BTW I'm using VS2008
i am using a master page in my application. i added a content page by right clicking the content place holder in the master page. I get an issue "could not load type" but when i manully changed the masterpagefile attribute it worked fine. But in the content page all the style in my master page is lost,
I had created a master page, which uses a style element in the header section. It seems that when I create a style element in the content page the style from the master is disgarded.So my question is, how can i have a css style specific to the master page carried over into content pages and how can I have content page specific css style at the same time?
The reason i am asking I have a list of a few products that may or may not change once a month, and instead of saving all the variables and diffrent things in a sql table I can just update/delete them in a css sheet.
I know I can probably copy and past it in and out of the .aspx page but it just seems so 'un-neat' to have lots of text in the HTML tags.
I have two conditional stylesheets referenced in the head of my master page. Because the are contained in conditional comments to show for IE6 and IE7, the relative URL to the css file isn't getting rendered correctly. Is there any way to rebase the URL within conditional comments as can be done for import css references? Current code below:
For reasons, I have an <a> tag in my master sheet rather than an ASP link. I want to access this html control from the server when a post back happens and change its style sheet. I have tried many a thing but as yet am still unsuccessful.
I have a single web page with master detail form/input layout. Currently the form works in a way like
User opens the page containing both master/detail data entry controls and enters the master information (The details save button is disabled)When he saves the master information, the save master button gets disabled and save details is enabled User continues to enter multiple details which get populated in a gridview at the bottom of page All works well Problem is that, the master part contains a lot of data entry controls (drop down lists gridviews etc)
How do I facilitate the user much more then the current layout? Should he be redirected to a new page after he enters the master record ? How can I improve on this?
I maintain a local government website and we have 3 developers and each one develops various web applications. Each web application has it's own directory structure under a folder called "Apps". There may also be another level of folders under the Apps folder. My trial approach at the moment is to have a folder called "Apps/Common/Master" which contain the MyMaster.master page. I have another folder called "Apps/Test/MasterTest" which I have setup a project to use the Master file in the Apps/Common/Master folder. I looked at some information about sharing Master Pages in the MSDN documentation and it mentioned creating a virtual directory and I tried creating a virtual directory "Apps/Test/Master" which points to "Apps/Common/Master" but from Visual Studio it doesn't show up and so when I try to reference the Master Page it can't find it.
My goal is to have a single Master page that we all use that we maintain in a single place and any changes to the single Master Page will be reflected in all of the applications that reference that master page. I don't want to copy the Master page to each project because then modifying the original master page won't update the copies.
I deleted my massenger history files xml and i could recover them full size but when i open then i get this error massage :The XML page cannot be displayed Cannot view XML input using style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later. An invalid character was found in text content.Error processing resource 'file:///H:/Hesham/
Started checking out VS2010 Express. I have it installed on my home laptop and my work PC. This "problem" occurs on both systems. In past versions of VS I thought I was able to add style sheets to a theme by right-clicking on the theme folder, selecting "New Item...", then clicking the Style Sheet item. In VS2010 Express, Style Sheet is not present as an option. Only Skin, XML, and XSLT are present.
Is there a way to add Style Sheet to the list of selectable items? My current workaround is to create a style sheet outside of the theme folder, then drag it into the theme folder.
I am new to Asp.net and i saw many tutorials talking about css and Html and Xml Style sheet so please can anyone tell me what is the difference between those 3 Languages and what they are used for ? Also i want to know if we need to know HTML since when i was training on visual studio i saw that it is automatically generated when we add a control from the tool box .