I really hope somebody can help me here, this is wrecking my head...
Our application is sending emails through CDO (from asp) and we have recently had the requirement to send these mails in foreign character sets (greek specifically in this case). So i am setting the mail encoding like so:
With objMessage.Bodypart ' Initialize the bodypart to support UTF-8
.ContentMediaType = "text/plain"
.Charset = "utf-8"
.ContentTransferEncoding = "8bit"
On my development system (XP, which has been set to all Greek at present, just to confuse me), i send the email and everything is fine. On our test system (Server 2003, also all greek), everything but the subject line of the email is fine...
When i look at the source of the emails from either system, the email from the test system is missing the encoding (?utf-8?) markup around the subject text.
Does anybody have any idea why this might be happening...?
I have been looking for free SSL snippets to use on my webpages, but I am finding it extremely difficult? The paid ones are abundantly available! I thought the purpose of open source code is for the public to continually criticise to make it even better.
Add a checkbox.
Set the autopostback = true
create the checkedchange event handeler.
Here is some info from MS help:
Create an event handler for the control's CheckedChanged event.
By default, the CheckedChanged event does not immediately cause the page to be posted to the server. Instead, the event is raised in server code the next time the form is posted. To have the CheckedChanged event cause an immediate posting, set the CheckBox control's AutoPostBack property to true.
I assume the text box your referencing is an ASP.NET control? (as opposed to a normal HTML tag) When you use a master page the ID of all controls in the child page will be changed. This happens with any control that implements INamingContainer (DataGrids etc.). So your reference to window.form.txtSomeTextBox won't return anything becuase no form input with that ID/name exists (it will be something like ct100_ContentPlaceholder1_txtSomeTextBox).
When I want to view the webpage that I have developed from the other system; I used the url specifying the system name to point out the project while using ASP.Net 1.1; whereas when I used in ASP.Net 2.0 specifying the same as ASP.Net 1.1, it gives a Runtime Error . Can anyone help to solve this problem