Web Forms :: Form Submission / Want To Stop Multiple Clicks On A Submit Button
Mar 3, 2010
1. I want to stop multiple clicks on a submit button. Once the user has clicked the submit button,he has been redirected to next page. but he should not be allowed to click submit button multiple times.
2. once the user has gone to the next page, he should not be able to come back to previuos page,; if at all he comes back-- all the form fields should get cleared. how?
I am listing about 20 rows, each row represents an Order.Each row needs to have 3 buttons, each button click will perform a different action.I have 3 actions to handle each button post request, I am just unsure how to setup the Html forms for each button.
I was able to find examples throughout the internet that more or less accomplished what I needed to be done, but now I have run into some problems. I need to be emailed the form data when the users submits it and then the user needs to be redirected to a thank you page, in this case "thanks.asp". I have been unable to get the form to redirect users to the thanks page, and in my efforts I think I might have messed the email process up as well.
I just need a message to say "form submitted" after the person click "Submit Email". I tried for several hours to figure it out, if anyone can write the code I need to place, or make modifications to the code below.
In ASP.NET when we have multiple input section with required field validator (Like on header for login with userid & Password is required and second on footer for subscription) when we click on subscription login section's userid required field validator activates and say userid required & i can not submit subscription.
when i submit subscription details login section should not have concern with this. how to avoid this conflicts.
I've been trying to figure this out all afternoon but my google-fu seems to be failing me. I'm setting up a page with a fairly large form, which has one field that is going to require some kind of popup page that will allow the user to perform a lookup.
At the moment I'm only prototyping the page so I'm actually only attempting to a the button up to fire an alert when the button is clicked instead of generating a lookup screen. However it seems that no matter what I do the button causes the form to submit.
I remember one of the very first ASP .NET beginner videos I ever watched went through configuring a button to perform actions without submitting, but I can't seem to figure out which one it was.
I'm working on a asp.net page and I have the following scenario:I have 2 fields that have requiredfieldvalidators which need to "fire" their validation when button1 is clicked but NOT when button2 is clicked and another field which is validated by another requiredfieldvalidator with the opposite scenario. (requiredfieldvalidator for this field needs to "fire" when button2 is clicked but NOT when button1 is clicked.)
i have a form which has two textboxes and a submit button.on entering data and submitting data gets stored in the database.but if i again refresh the page the same data again gets stored.How should this be prevented?
I have a page, the user types in e-mail and then submits. The next page is a confirmed page - letting the user know that his -mail was entered. If you then click back, the forum will try to re-submit itself. Is there a way to stop this?
I am displaying a list of songs in a table and each one has the flash player next to it.Is there a way i can stop the flash player when a user clicks on another song in the table. currntly they both play togetther.
I need to collect the data entered by user for a quote and send all the data with labels to an email address. SMTP server is set up in web.config file, but I need to know the code behind for the submit button click event for the form. I do not need to store any data in a data base just need to send each label,field,radiobutton,etc. user responses to email address. All of the code I have been able to find has not applied to my situation.