No, I can't tell you. I don't know what's wrong with your code, as you never told me what you mean by "not working", what's happening when you run the code, or if you got any error messages. I'm trying to help you, but my mind reading capabilities are a bit weak at the moment.
It's a lit bit difficult for us to help you as long as you are not giving the code which is working in Firefox (as you said). now, you are just giving some pieces of code that doesn't complete.
Show us the compeleted code that you said that it's working in firefox. What we will do first is that we will copy and paste your code in notepage. Save it as html file. then check whether it is working fine on firefox or not. If it's working fine, we will look which element are not compatibles with IE. then, we will let you know the result..
C++ programmer exclusively. Have not done any web development at all. From what I've read today, Flex is THE way to go for client side UI development. I downloaded the Flex SDK, and it looks like there's nothing equivalent to a GDI+ TextureBrush, at least not for text. In Flex, it looks like all you can do with text is change the color, not render it with some arbitrary bitmap as a texture. (There are skins, but not for text). Is that the case? Anything equivalent to Flex in terms of comprehensiveness, portability and ease of use that *does* have this capability?
From what I've read today, Flex is THE way to go for client side UI development.
That depends entirely on what the UI should do. I believe that in the foreseeable future most web pages will still be just plain web pages.
Force Code wrote:
I downloaded the Flex SDK, and it looks like there's nothing equivalent to a GDI+ TextureBrush, at least not for text. In Flex, it looks like all you can do with text is change the color, not render it with some arbitrary bitmap as a texture. (There are skins, but not for text). Is that the case?
Flex is limited by the capabilitles of the Flash player, so it's possible you can't do it that way. It's possible to accompish the same effect in flash by using a text layer as mask to reveal a bitmap in the underlying layer. That should be possible to do in Flex also.
Force Code wrote:
Anything equivalent to Flex in terms of comprehensiveness, portability and ease of use that *does* have this capability?
You might want to take a look at Micorsoft's "flashkiller" Silverlight. I don't know if it's better for exactly what you are doing, but it sure doesn't hurt to know a little bit about it.
I have an asp page on server. I call this page from a .net windows form in which i have a browser control. I need to upload an image on the client PC into the browser control containing the asp page fetched from server.
I am trying to consume from a 3rd party web service but I get the following error when I try to run a certain method in the web service I get the error "The request failed with an empty response." Does anybody know what this means? My first guess would be that the web method has thrown some exception but there are no details for the exception. Has anybody seen this before?
There are 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who dont.
I tried to generate report in Excel from Grid View using this Code in a Button Click:
Response.Charset = "";
Response.ContentType = "application/vnd.xls";
System.IO.StringWriter StringWriter = new System.IO.StringWriter();
System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter HtmlTextriter = new System.Web.UI.HtmlTextWriter(StringWriter);
But I get the error specifying:
System.Web.HttpException: Control 'ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_GridView1' of type 'GridView' must be placed inside a form tag with runat=server.
I am showing a grid whose height & width varies with data.
in that grid I want only horizontal scroll bar not a vertical bar.
I was trying putting this grdview in a div.
But it showing both bars. How can I resolve this problem???
hello to all can u solve this probs i hv done aspnet_regiis -i commmand but
it didnt work reply plz
Visual Studio .NET cannot create or open the application. The likeliest problem is that required components are not installed on the local Web server. Run Visual Studio .NET setup and add the Web Development component.