I have a asp:listbox with 5 items in it. By default the list box is disabled. (i.e it only shows the items in it but user cant do anything with these items.) I have to make the color of these items in the list box to red but when the listbox is disabled the items are defaulted to the gray color. Any idea how I can change the color of the items in the disabled list box ?
After clicking one of these buttons, my wizard ActiveStepIndex have to change. This is no problem.
But now I would like to change the buttons background-color after clicking one of them. This is no problem too, but if I click the next button, the first button background color must change to white. But it does not do that. It remains constant #cccccc.
Only the button, whitch I have clicked should be #cccccc. The other buttons should be white.
I am reading a datareader, populating a datatable and then when finished populating I bind to a gridview. Right now, I am placing a literal in the cell of the rows based upon date differences....sort of a textual gant chart. What I want to be able to do is change the background color of the cell I am putting these literals in. I am including the code below where I am populating the cells with the text. Does anyone know how to make the background color change? I know that in a normal gridview on datarowbind I can change it but I don't know how to do this on a cell by cell basis within the code I have below.
I have a gridview that populate hyperlinks on a page. When i click on it it redirect to another page but when I go back one page it doesn't color the visited hyperlink. Does the gridview not support that or something? It works on the rest of my site. I tried adding CSS to it and still the same. This was my CSS:
I am pulling information from two different databases (structure is the same) and putting them into two datatables. The problem I am having is figuring how to merge the data togther in a single gridview and change cell background color for only the data in the second datatable.
I have a repeater control on my page. Here's my code:
I would like to change a background color of the item's <div> when user checks the chechbox. I have an event handler for CheckedChange event but I don't know how can I get access to this div from the event handler.
It seems all Validation and Validation Summary controls across my entire project lost their Red color. Loading an older project, I see the ForeColor is set to Red by default. But the ForeColor properties are all now empty in my new project.
A few weeks ago, all validation controls showed red on the new project but something changed. I've been doing many things to this project, including editing the CSS file. But I have definitely not been editing the ForeColor properties of Validation controls. And no one else has access to the project.
I guess I can go in and set all the ForeColor properties to Red, but there are a lot and, at this point, I don't know if something could clear them again.
I tried searching on this but found nothing. I doubt anyone can help but thought I'd ask if anyone has ever seen anything like this. Is it just a bug?
it is working fine but on clicking more then one buttons all the buttons which are clicked changes their color to orange but what i want is whichever button i click only that button color should change on click of next button previous button should go to default state is this approach right or tell me if it can be achieved by css
I know that variations of this same question have been posed numerous times - but I can't quite seem to find the exact solution.
I would like any row in my gridview where the boolean field "Approved" is True to be shaded gray. Here is the code that I'm using, but every row ends up being gray, regardless of the value in that "Approved" field. My guess is that I'm not correctly evaluating the boolean value in this field (which is actually a yes/no field in MS Access), Not sure if I should be reading that value as "-1", "Yes" or "True" or "NotNull"? Anyway, here is the code:
I'm having some trouble with editing a gridview row's background color when Editing it.
The thing is, I am using the RowDataBound event method to change e.Row.BackColor based on a criteria when displaying the report( 3 different colors depending on result ). For the rows that don't fall under that criteria, a GridView's property <EditRowStyle BackColor="#999999" /> is applied upon clicking the Edit button.
However, I can't seem to find a way to change the color of those that do fall under the criteria since RowDataBound seems to be called all the time, overriding any changes I make.
I am working on a web page that handles alerts from National Weather Service. What I am wanting to do is when i drop a text file for watches and warnings, is to have the watches font color change from black to red and have the submenu also change.
example:watches>Middle Tennessee Watches
I want both of these to turn red if the file middletnwatches.txt exist. I know how to do the
if file.exists(server.mappath("middletnwatches.txt")) then
I simply am trying to add a color to the select item background within the select elm after a user makes a selection from the select elm. The result right now is that in firefox, the colors will change, but only during selection ... after the selection has been made the background for the individual selection is still white.
This code works fine in IE but so far my efforts have been thuarted in FireFox.
I have found a settings that I like VibrantInk_V2. THere is only one section of colors I don't like. on the aspx page the section between the <script> the key words are dark blue and string is dark red. I have tried to find these in the options item list, but have not found anything that matches them.