Web Forms :: Loading HTML Content Data Dynamically Into Placeholders In Content Pages
Jan 30, 2010
I will be getting data through wcf service coming form commerce server (instead of DB). Data which is coming will be in the form big html content with all html tags or may be a single line sentence. I should display this dynamic data into the placeholder in the content page (master content page). I have been trying but not able to load when the data is in the form of HTML page. html content or may be single lline of senetence.
Can we have two content place holders in one master page?I need two content place holders for my chat application. One for incoming chat message which will refresh after regular intervals and One for sending a chat message to friends.
I have over 300 content pages to create. Each has some standard styling. I would like to generate these pages, and was just wondering if there is a utility in web developer 2008 express to do so (otherwise I will just build one - but it would be great not having to do so!)
Is it possible with ASP.NET Master Pages to create content pages dynamically?That is, I know we can create content dynamically, but the content pages themselves,can those be created programmatically? I want to give my users the ability to define new content pages (i.e. Categories: Sofas, Tables, Lamps, and add/delete as they see fit) through a management panel. The resulting content pages should have proper URL naming, so that they index properly.An example: http://www.example.com/products/Lamps/contentpage.aspx.Is there a demonstration of this somewhere I can view?
I have a website where I'm trying to use an HTMLEditor to allow users to alter the body of email text. The text is stored in a database and looks like this:
I load the current email body into the Content property of a new HTMLEditor.Editor object. When it loads the HTML, though, it looks like it does above; it doesn't "process" it. Can the Editor process the HTML?
Also, when I do edit HTML in the object and submit, the Editor's Content includes "<" instead of "<", etc. Do I have to manually deal with that?
I have a main master page, say MasterPageMain, and a couple of folders with couple of pages in each folder which act as a child page to that master page - MasterPageMain.
Now, I have about 10 pages in one of the folder which follows a certain pattern and they could really use a nested pages since any change on some parts needs me to change all the pages which is a pain really.
I already added a Nested master page, say NestedMasterPage - which is a child of MasterPageMain
I tried to change one of the page's <%@ Page directive to NestedMasterPage, immediately, there were a lot of errors. plus I dint know where the NestedMasterPage's children content would go.
What do I need to know in order to do this succesfully?
ps: I dint do this initially because I only had 2 pages, and I dint need this at that time, as the project grew, now i see that I should have changed it much earlier..
how can i add title and meta tags for content pages in a project base on master and content page(dinamically) ?
i used the blow method for master page :
and the error is :(in line *)
Error 17 'System.Web.UI.MasterPage' does not contain a definition for 'SetMetaTags' and no extension method 'SetMetaTags' accepting a first argument of type 'System.Web.UI.MasterPage' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)
I'm attempting to set a class on the body tag in my asp.net site which uses a master page and content web forms. I simply want to be able to do this by adding a bodycssclass property (see below) to the content web form page directive.
It works through the solution below but when i attempt to view Default.aspx the Content1 control loses its content.
Here is how I'm doing it. I have a master page with the following content:
Is that any multiview alternative? I am doing a project that have to load the data in to a content space. Right now I am using the multiview provide by asp + using ajax.net. but it seem like very heavy when I load that page. So is that have any alternative to doing this? I have a concept that like using the load php funtion calling~is that applyable in asp.net? I am new in coding~ the effect I want to do is just like the user profile page on [URL] by clicking the button list change it content without reload the whole page.
I'm getting this message when going to a web app that accesses my service.
"The content type text/html of the response message does not match the content type of the binding (text/xml; charset=utf-8)..."
The thing is, it happens once in a while even when no changes have been made to the service or the web app. And I can make it go away most of the time by going directly to the .svc?wsdl page in my browser and then coming back to the web app.
I'm in a little bit of a bind and have some weird behavior happening with a multiview control behaving differently between two machines, and of course, the production machine is the broken one. The page renders the correct content on both machines, but if I save the html file the production machine's source is wrong.
For example, if for step 1 the output should be just the letter A, and step 2 the output should be just the letter B, and step 3 the output should be the letter C, here is what happens:
Production - The source and output are both the letter A
Dev - the source and output are both the letter A
Production - the source is the letter A and the ouput on the browser is the letter B
Dev - the source and output on the browser are both the letter B
Production - the source is the letter A and the ouput on the browser is the letter C
Dev - the source and output on the browser are both the letter C
Is this some issue with SessionState? I'm very new to Multiviews and by no means an ASP expert.
My requirement was to share master files among diff projects i read this doc [URL] so i use this technique to share msster pages among my diff projects in a soln but i dnt know how to reference such shared master page as if i use such
I am in need for setting content expiration to immediate for certain parts of my website. Basically we want to expire the "shopping" pages but the browsing pages shouldn't expire allowing users the ease of using the back button to browse around. Is there a way to enable it per page, master page, folder, or something?
Everything works absolutly fine in dev, but when I move the solution to IIS 7, I get this error! CompanyWeb is the masterpage, which is located in the login directory. Here is the page directive for login.aspx, which is the offending page
If I go to a content page on my website and enter some data into a textbox, then BEFORE I move focus from that control I press ENTER on the keyboard, the page_load event registers a postback event which in turn passes control to the Master page's page_load event where another postback=true is registered and THEN control goes to the first button on the Master page which is HOME, and then incorrect processing results. Autopostbacks are set to False on the textboxes. If I do not key data into any textbox and press ENTER on the keyboard, I correctly stay within the form
If I use the mouse or tab to navigate thru the textboxes, fill them in and press the Submit button, everything works fine. I cannot see why entering data into the textboxes triggers this action, and even so, why control does not return but instead gets 'lost' on the Master page.
I'm starting to play around with MasterPages in VB.NET 2005, and have run into a problem. The idea is to present a Content page with a DropDownList that has some values in it, have the user select one, then navigate to the next Content page. The resulting Content page will then display some information based on whatever value the user chose on the initial Content page.
I had done something similar to this a year or two ago (but using C# 2005, without MasterPages, and the control was a ListBox not a DropDownList) and the way I did it then was to set up an object in the Next page, then assign that the result of (ListBox)Page.PreviousPage.FindControls("ControlName"); from there I could dink around with the 'local' copy of the object and its values. So now I'm trying to do this in VB while implementing a MasterPage, but I get an Object Not Set To An Instance Of An Object error.
The code looks something like this (assume the previous page has a control ID DDLRecordSelect)
I thought maybe it was something funky with the ViewState so I tried it with a TextBox that had a hard-coded value, and got the same result. Am I approaching this the wrong way entirely, or is there hope? I would prefer to NOT use QueryString to pass variables between pages, because IIRC I had to use this local copy of the object business before because the ListBox results were too lengthy.