Web Forms :: The Text In The AjaxCtrl:TabContainer TabPanel Doesn't Print Out Correctly In IE 8
Jan 14, 2011
For this web page, The img is now showing up in print preview and is printing. From FireFox, the shrik-to-fit option works great in preview and print out they look perfect. The problem is with IE 8 (havne't tested other version) The image and other stuff comes out fine. The section that consist of panel and the AjaxCtrl:TabContainerer, the Active Tab with its text content are shrunk to like 60% from the right edge of the paper. The fonts are very small and readable. I tried playing with the scale percentage in the print preview of IE but it increase size on all the content and not just the AjaxCtrl:TabContainerer part.
I have a tabcontainer which has 7 tab panels and on certain conditions i want to make 1 tab either visible false or remove from the TabContainer. Firstly, i had set tab visible false but by doing this my TabContainer1_ActiveTabChanged event fired twice intially when i select the tab panel then it fire and shows my correct ActiveTabIndex number but but at the same moment it fires again with 1 Decrement in ActiveTabIndex number.
I could not understand why it is happening.What thing makes the ActiveTabIndex number decremented by 1. If select Tab 3 then it shows me result of 2 and so on.
Why this event firing twice i set any tab Visible false.
I am trying to use a tabContainer and two tabPanels inside a ItemTemplate of a Formview.
As soon I put them in the ItemTemplate I receive the following error on the formView control in design view:
"There was an error rendering the control. Could not find any resources appropriate for the specifie culture or the neutral culture. Make sure AjaxControlToolKit.Properties.Resources.NET4.Resources was correctly embedded or linked into assembly AjaxControlToolKit at compile time, or that all the satellite assemblies required are loadable and fully signed.
I have a scriptManager tag in the master page and an updatePanel in the content page.
I am working on an ASP.NET application that has a tab container with 5 tab panels in it. There are 2 'admin' user tabs, 2 'regular' user tabs, and a 'receipt' tab. Now, depending on what kind of user is accessing the page, I am enabling or disabling/hiding 2 of the tabs (regular or admin), but I am always showing the receipt tab. So, in essence, there are only ever 3 tabs visible - either 2 'regular' tabs and a receipt tab, or 2 'admin' tabs and a receipt tab.
Now, when a user logs into the app from the login page, and is directed to the page with the tab container and 5 tab panels on it, I would like to have the receipt tab selected by default, and to have it shown to the user. This tab is the fifth in the container (TabIndex = 4), and so in the OnLoad event for the page, I try setting something like this up
tabContainer.ActiveTabIndex = 4
...but it shows nothing. So I am thinking that maybe, since 2 of the tabs are hidden, I need to set the index to 2 (for the 3rd visible tab, which should be the receipt tab). Well, when I do this, the 3rd tab in the tab panel control at the top is indeed selected - but the actual content in the tab is still the content from the first tab (TabIndex = 0)....? Is there some sort of event I need to call to "flush out" what is being displayed in the actual panel, or am I missing something else?
At first time page load the TabContainer and TabPanel is shown where the default tab index is zero. This panel has some user controls and a "Go" button. The "Go" button loads a GridView is a separate panel. So far things ar good.
Now when I either sort or page throught the GridView, the TabContainer disappears. I read somewhere that the current tab index would be preserved during post back. So how can I preserve the index and make sure the TabContainer and the TabPanel is loaded at postback and still have the information originally entered by users in the controls? Could I use a "Session" variable?
I'm have a project that uses a TabContainer. When I view the TabContainer from my local IIS it displays fine. When I run this from a production environment I'm getting tiny gap & a border line below my TabPanel Header. My browser is IE 8.0
I have two lines of dropdown menus. There are 3 dropdown in each line (together 6). First dropdown in each line is "independent". The second and third are dependent. If user selects second, page loads and user can then selects item in third. So user have option to select first OR second and third in each line.
Since I've found out that you can't validate dropdown controls directly with CustomValidator I've wrote few lines of code for each of dropdowns to insert some values in txtBx_Cln1n2 which will be hidden when the page will be finished.
Unfortunately the code for CustomValidator have some bugs. If user doesn't select anything error message is shown. But if he choose 1 employee and then second and then select (I doubt that anybody will do this but I want to be sure and prevent as much exceptions as possible) the first item in one of the dropdowns ("all employees" or "employees by group") the custom Validator will allow execution of code for link button although the validation code should prevent this.
I know I could this a little better since code is quite complicated if I want to tell the user which employee he/she forget to enter. I've tried instead of SelectedItem.Value also SelectedIndex != 0 but the problems are the same.
I couldn't validate this without the use of textbox. But this method is also making complications since user can select 2 employees and then in one of the selected dropdown change selection to index = 0. Maybe I have to disable viewstate on all dropdowns? But this would probably affect INSERT of data?
I have a custom page (Page 1) in SharePoint where I have a repeater control. From Page1 I open Page2. This is where I generate a collection of object which i use to bind repeater control in Page1. For the first time everythings work fine. If I have 5 objects to bind, repeater control shows 5 elements.
Now assume, I have 5 elements in page 1. When I open page two It carried over same 5 elements. I delete 1 element and send 4 element as collection to Page 1. In page 1 after I databind the repeater control, it doesn't display correctly. It deletes the wrong element.
I debug my code. The collection which i am binding to repeater shows the correct elements. But while displaying i is not showing correctly.
when i am trying to use a repeater to display data in a wizard control, everything seems worked as expected before i change the value of wizard's DisplaySideBar, here is my demo code:Test.aspx:
guys who intrest on this you can copy this code and test it on your pc, when we click the link button in repeater's item will do nothing at the first time but it will work when we click it again.i have debug this and found that when the page is not in post back, the linkbutton's id will be "MainWizard_rpMain_ctl01 _lbEdit" in prerender method but after render it will change to "MainWizard_rpMain_ctl04 _lbEdit", but when page have been post back, the clientid will be correct as "MainWizard_rpMain_ctl01_lbEdit" and then event can be fired correctly.i thought this is a bug of .net framework, when i set the value of wizard's DisplaySideBar, it will ask to re-create controls but repeater haven't clean the item's count and then recreate item will use wrong item index, i hope this message can be post to .net framework team and they can find out what's the matter on it.
I have an ajax tabcontainerpanel. What I would like to do is programatically change the text (header template text value) of one of the TabPanels (ID="TabPanel10B") depending on the selected option of a dropdownlist. Is this possible?
i have a tabcontainer which have 3 tab panels(tbpanel1,tbpanel2,tbpanel3)and i have dropdownlist in each tabpanel to select date(with autopost back=True).so if i select the date from tab panel2 or tabpanel 3 it is automatically going to tabpanel 1.but it should be in the same tabpanel.
my problem doesn't involve any programming per se but it involves the interface of VWD so I hope I'm posting in the correct space. Anyways, most of the time when I scroll over something in VWD whether it be something in the Getting Started box or an option from one of the menu bar items a full-colored block will cover it and won't go away. This doesn't seem to be hurting anything but it is quite the annoyance. Has anyone else had this problem? How can I fix this? This does seem specific to VWD and no other application on my PC.
I have a display problem when I try to use a ajax combobox inside a tab control: when my tab control loads on the page where the combobox is, everything works fine; however, if it loads on a another page, the you change to the page which contains the combobox, the right button (which opens the list of the combobox) isn't displayed at all.