In my application, in a single page i need to display small images(say some 10, i.e category wise) and if the user selects any one image then it needs to be maximized (like photo album). How I need to do this. Pls any Idea. maximized image will be displayed in the same page or another new page?
I can do the above by placing the relevant .jpg into the VWD project.
However, I would like to be able to to do this without adding the image file to the project.
e.g. In code, get the image from C:/images/NameOfImage.jpg
The reason I am trying to do this is the website will allow the user to upload as many images as they like. Each one's details will be stored in a database, including details of which location they have uploaded the image to. On retrieval, I will get the location of a specific image from the database, and display it on the page.
I have a program that reads a word document and displays it on the webpage. I am storing all the paragraphs in the word document in an arraylist. Now I want to use arraylist.contains method to search for a particular word and then display the next 8-10 paragraphs after the string match. Here is the code so far.
using System; using System.IO; using Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word;
I have a byteArray which I can only convert into an Image (Drawing.Image) I was wondering how I can display it a webpage. I used memoryStream as I dont want to user to have to download the image. Eventually I will use this to display images in google maps.. I can convert it into a graphic but once again not sure what I will do with it. The Error I have been getting lately is Cannot implicitly convert type 'System.Drawing.Image' to 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.ImageField'
I am generating a pdf using iTextSharp. I would like to display it on the webpage and let the user save it from the online pdf viewer. dynamicpdf has a drawtoweb() method, but it is not free to use and I cannot find the same functionality using iTextSharp. How can I display the pdf?
string newFile = "Pdf Document.pdf"; Document doc = new Document(); PdfWriter writer = PdfWriter.GetInstance(doc, new FileStream(newFile, FileMode.Create)); doc.AddCreator("Myself"); doc.AddTitle("Sample PDF Document"); doc.Open(); doc.Add(new Paragraph("Hello, World!")); doc.Close();
We have a MS Access 2007 database that has a hyperlink column in one of the tables. I'm using Visual Studio 2008. I need to have the same column display in a gridview in ASP.net and have it function just like in access. In access, the user clicks the link and either the file or the wepage opens just fine. In the gridview in asp.net, if we click on the link it does "nothing". The links are to files on our network and to files on other people's websites and the paths are tested and work properly. The name of the column that holds the hyperlink is named MSDSLinke. Here is the code I am using:
I am trying to display the data in text box on web page that is coming from the live control machine, I am able to display these data in console application by using the 'do while' infinite loop and it works fine, now the same thing I want to display the data on the web page, so when data came in it should display on web-page in textbox.
I want to write a program by using loop which will display the continuous data for two mins. period on the web page, and after the period it will stop the loop, meanwhile it also display the data on the webpage for the 2 mins. period.
It'll be hard to explain, but here goes...I have a 3-col table that measures 1200px wide... the middle column measures 800px and includes all the contents, and both remaining rows measure 200px each and have "nice-to-display-but-optional" images (each has a 200px image).On a 1400px display, my table will display with no problems. On the other hand, if the screen is 1000px, then it'll display the scrollbars so it can fit the 1200px of contents.
How can I set the table (or any other html container) so that a 1000px screen only displays what fits on the screen without displaying the scrollbar?In this case, a 1000px would display the middle 800px column, and whatever fits on the sides (half of the 200px images). But the scrollbars would not be displayed, and the images would not be altered so that they fit in the remaining space.
I am developing an ASP.NET 3.5 web application and I have a folder in the project which contains a list of documents which could be pdf or any of the MS office 2003 or 2007 supported file formats. I would like to display these files to my users as thumbnails (just like the way windows displays files). And when the user clicks on a file it has to prompt them to either save the file or open in the browser itself. How can I achieve this?
We use the MojoPortal to a website and have some problems to upload files that is around 100 MB with the upload module. (Pleas note that this has probably nothing to do with MojoPortal but with the ASP.NET and the IIS)
The MojoPortal is set to use regular file Upload(not Neat Uploader) and to be able to upload big files we have set the following :