How To Load Aspx Page Dynamically Inside A JQuery UI Dialog
Apr 1, 2011
need to open an aspx page (called editItem.aspx in code below) loaded dynamically inside a jQuery UI dialog from a parent aspx page. the child page
has a button server control and should go back to parent page after postback. with the following code I get the error"The state information is invalid for this page and might be corrupted"
At the moment, I have an aspx page with a tabcontainer (ajax toolkit). Inside each tab, I have a little form or other content. At page load, each tab is loaded. Technically I can load the tabs at tabclick (with use of update panels) but this result in unnecessary data traffic.
Is there are a way or example how to use jquery tabs that loads aspx content (html)?
This way we can still use vs.net design tool with aspx pages and load data in a much smarter way.
I have a aspx page where I have a linkbutton and upon clicking that link button I am calling another aspx page passing a parameter in a pops up window, like below:<asp:linkbutton id='lbtn1' onClick=<%#"window.open('/testsite/mypage.aspx?param=abcd');return false"%>Till now it was working fine but now I have to include my page to another site where they have used JQuery for popup dialog and asked me to load my page using the same.I am really new to JQuery and have no idea about. I tried searching through this forum and google but no luck.Can someone please help me and show me how can I achieve this (please don't mind but a code example would be really appreciated)
I have a really odd behavior here: I created a little popup dialog in jQuery UI, and in my test HTML page, it works flawlessly. When I click on the button, the popup comes up, covers the background, and remains on screen until I click on one of the two buttons (OK or Cancel) provided.
So now I wanted to add this into my ASP.NET 3.5 app. I wanted to add it to a GridView inside a user controls (ASCX), which is on a page (ASPX) contained inside a master page.The jQuery 1.4.2 and jQuery UI 1.8.1 scripts are referenced on the master page:
Update: OK, one problem is solved - it appears that for whatever reason, the default MS Ajax stuff is adding some kind of an "observer" to my popup dialog and closes it right away after it shows up
So I changed the OnClientClick="showDialog();" to OnClientClick="showDialog(); return false;" and how that doesn't happen anymore - the dialog box pops up and stays there until I click on either of the two buttons (OK and Cancel).
The problem is that the message() function returns always 1 (instead of returning the correct number). My question is... How should I add the script to my UserControl in order to have my code running correctly?
I'm having some trouble with jQuery UI. I've created a dialog with jQuery UI: so far, so good. I set up a form inside the jQuery UI dialog and then it's another story. I've written a very simple page to illustrate:
In the code above, see that I've just imported the jQuery, jQuery UI, and stylesheets and set up a page with a dialog box. There is an asp control button1 outside the dialog box and an asp control button2 inside the dialog box.
When I click on button1, the event handler gets called and all is well. However, when on click on button2, the button inside the jQuery dialog, nothing happens.Why is my web page behaving this way?
I've a page which consolidates different sections by different .aspx pages. Those pages will be loaded into corresponding div(s) dynamically by using jQuery.load(). They all are rendered properly, however, when clicking on any asp:button in any section page, the entire main page will be replaced by the section page even the asp:button is just popping up a message box.
I need to be able to pass the ID of the input element into jQuery, probably using the $(this) selector somehow. I'd like to be able to re-use the same code for multiple elements on the same form that require the customer ID look up. I also don't know how to create this kind of functionality inside the ASP.NET environment because it doesn't fundamentally allow more than one form inside one .aspx page.
f anyone else had tried putting a ajax control tookit combobox inside a jQuery dialog div/panel? If I do a postback on a page with this dialog I get an error 'Microsoft JScript runtime error:
Sys.InvalidOperationException: Handler was not added through the Sys.UI.DomEvent.addHandler method.' If I continue I get and error and this stack trace;
[NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.] AjaxControlToolkit.ComboBox.LoadPostData(String postDataKey, NameValueCollection postCollection) in d:hgactServerAjaxControlToolkitComboBoxComboBox.cs:681
If I use a standard DropDownList there is no problem. I will stick to the standard control for now but I would prefer to use the toolkit combobox.
When the user click on TreeNew button appears the modal dialog, then he/she choose an option an click Ok button to do a postback.I need that the server side execute TreeNew_Click method: How can I do that?
If I use __doPostBack('TreeNew', '') it throws me the following error: "Object expected".
UPDATE:I found the origin for the error: the function __doPostBack is not defined. I'm not going to delete the question because I think Chris Clark's answer is so interesting.
I think my title says it all. I have a modal dialog showing up and the user can make some changes and then click a 'Save' button. I need that to totally post back the whole page. I just assumed the button would fire off regardless of the jQuery.
I have tried searching for the answer but have failed to get any insight into this problem. Look at the following two examples. [URL] (JQuery modal dialog without <input> element) Above pages have very simple JQuery modal dialog, whihc displays correctly in IE, Chrome, Safari and Opera. Unfortunately, Firefox does not display the modal dialog with <input> correctly. It displays the other one correctly. I have tried the following without resolution to this peculiar problem:
- Changed doctype - Used <table> to enclose <input> - Used <div> to enclose <input> - Used all possible CSS display attributes for <input>
I want to know how can I load my files (file1.aspx and file1.aspx.vb) in a container on my index.aspx. My index should have my menu and my container. My problem is that i don't know how do that... options wich i tried:
Iframes: yes work it... but in html 5 iframe will dissapear...
MasterPage: isn't the solution because this refresh all index page.
Ajax: yes.. charge my File1.aspx in the container but i can't call the functions of File1.aspx.vb..