am using VS 2005 and am using anthem controls, every thing was working fine on IE but when i switched to FIREFOX disabled linkbutton are enabled on firefox could any one tell me why this is happening??
I am developing window application, in which I am opening another winform on the click event of button.
As we know that if we open a form in windows, we can see its icon in the task bar.
But I am making An application in which I am using MDI concept,and I dont want to see the
icons of child forms, as it happens normally. How to solve this problem. I just wanna see
only main icon in taskbar.
Hello Everyone.........in my project i want to use ajax animation extender on a button click and on that i want to give a condition whether user logged in or not........how to do it with animation extender.....
plz guide me
Let me explain u more clearly......I want to save some data on a button click. and whenever user click on button...it should check whether user logged in or not if logged then save data in DB, if not then show the animation extender with login control........so how give this condition in animation extender....got my point??
Dude your question requires to do work for you,so begin by yourself and when you stuck somewhere post here problem.
Add button which will check if user is looged in and if yes then save data in DB otherwise show popup login form,this event of button fire from onClientClick event of button which will be visible to client.
I hope my suggestion will give you idea to start.
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i want my form open the new window and send querystring :
Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this.GetType(), "openWindow", "window.location.href='"http://sadafit-9d6e926:8084/pages/ShowImg.aspx[^]"?queryString=" + strSelect+"';", true);
i wrote this code but the window dont open in new window, what should i do
I don't think your quotes line up. Does it open the page you expect it to, at all ?
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