In my masterpage, I have a menu that hosts an anchor. That anchor points to a another page and looks like this:
ASP.NET Code: <a href="../resources/techs/masterlist.aspx">BOMs & Service Manuals</a>
I used the designer to input the href location. This page and the "masterlist" page are using the same masterpage.
When I run default.aspx and click that link, it works no problem. But when I click that link from the masterlist page, it throws an exception because it can't find the file. Which makes sense, it's looking for "/resources/resources/techs/masterlist.aspx" because that page is already within that directory. I know how to format that link you point to itself no problem, but I can't figure out how to do it so that I don't have to manually change each page, nulling the purpose of the masterpage.
I've a form containing 30+ textboxes. I'd like to save the data entered in the form texboxes in an object(session) and pass them into another page and simply display the values in a tabular form. How can i do that. Also, suggest me the best way to do it.
I have a HTML IMG tag on my master page and there are aspx pages in the same folder which access this master page and it works fine.but if i have aspx pages in sub folder(inside root) which access the master page,the IMG doesnt work,the master page is in root folder.
I need to display c#, vb.net or any source code on a web page. The source code that will be displayed should indented, colored as we see in any IDE. I am not sure how would i achieve this. Is there any in-built control available in asp.net that i can use to display the code or can someone tell me how can i achieve this.
I've been trying for 3 hours to figure this out... Basically I'm trying to incorporate this script into my personal website which is built using .NET Master Pages...
The link to the demo is here [URL]
I copied this guys code and built locally on my machine to test. Works find UNTIL you convert the HTML to ASPX and add the <form runat="server"></form> tags. Is there a work around for this or a method that works better? I'm trying to understand how to properly insert such code into a .NET website for both now and future purposes.
I have a gridview with a hyperlink control that allows the user to save pages to it (www.google.ca, asp.net, etc). Unfortunately it always adds the server name to the beginning of their link. [URL] I was wondering is there any way to change that within the control. or should I have it pass a query string to a url handler that will response.redirect them to their actual page?
I'm just starting out learning ASP.NET. From what I understand, ASP.NET differs from old school ASP in that the logic code for a page exists in as separate file rather then being embedded in the ASP page. So when a user requests a page like ShoppingCart.aspx the server reads the directive at the top ...
This tells the server what file and what class in the file is associated with the page. The code behind class also has member variables that correspond to each control on the page, and provide a way for code in the code behind file to manipulate the controls.
First, do I understand this correctly?
Second, could a site be setup with two separate ASPX pages with identically named controls, which both had a directive pointing to the same file and class? Would you even want to do this? Both pages could have the same functionality but a different layout. I was thinking this could be a way to create separate "desktop" and "mobile" versions of a page with out duplicating content in the code behind files.
I guess ultimately what I'm wondering, is if there a way to define an abstract page? Say create an abstract page definition that says a page must have controls "cart_list", "total_lbl", but then be able to have multiple pages that inherit from this abstract page?
Is there a way to check for errors in unopened *.ASPX pages. For example, if you change the name of a function Visual Studio will catch the error on the page and list it in the "Error List" only if the page is opened and being validated?
How do i find out about the following without running the page through the webserver or opening the page to be validated in VS?
<script runat="server"> Public Sub MyFunciton() Undefined_FUNCTION() End Sub </script>
I'm trying to add Google Adword conversion code script to certain aspx pages in our website but I'm running into an issue with the site using master pages. The Google instruction said to place the code before the body tag but with master pages being used the code will be on all the pages using the master page. I would like setup it up where certain pages use individual conversion codes with others not using anything. Any suggestions or examples would be appreciated. Also, I'm using C#.
I have a sitemap file included in a asp.net masterpage that I want to use CSS to format. Unfortunately, I'm having some problems getting the web.sitemap file to read the CSS file. The following is my code for the Web.sitemap file. Could someone give me the code for getting my document to read the CSS file. The following is a copy the code I have now.
i'm developing a site using VS2010 and with my windows vista busniness OS. i used the default VS2010 wizard for new web application to create it. included a folder in the root directory and created new aspx pages to derive from the master page in the root directory of my site. everything shows on the new pages except the jpeg image logo in the master page. But other aspx pages i created in the root directory shows every thing fine.
Currently I'm doing common functionality required throughout my site inside of my masterpage. What I want to do is move this functionality to a BaseClass so All my pages inherit from the Base Class. However, I'm not sure how to set this up interms of c# code with regards to Using a Base Class and then having a masterpage applied to my aspx pages that i create.
This might sound like a stupid question, but here is what I want:in an aspx page in Sharepoint wiki, there's a section that I can insert rich text and html code. Here I want to transfer plain html pages to sharepoint wiki.The original html page has many in-page links, like "/Build_Environment/SQL/macs.html#CREATE_TABLE" where links to a section called "Create_Table" in the same page.How would this be done in aspx page? Is it something can be rewritten in html format so that in aspx page, the html section will also work as before?
I have a website that i converted from asp .net 1.1 to 2.0 and now i have one page that said ambiguous reference because in 1.1.all controls needed to be defined in the class as well. Well after deleting those and leaving only the declares in the Markup,it says that the variables do not exists in current context. Intellisense allows me to use and reference them from the page but when trying to build it leaves me with that error.
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 got a Master page and nested master pages in the subfolders.
Top Level Master page
Second Level Master page inherited Top Level Master page
Third Level Master page inherited Second Level Master page
However, changes (i.e. new images & alt. name) that I made in the Top level master page did not apply to the second or third levels.My webpage has a correct front page but not in the sections. How can i correct this ?