Hi. I designed a web form using visual studio 2012 which has a few buttons on top of it. I need to show a list of sub buttons when the user points to any of the buttons on top. for example when the user points to media button, a list of three buttons appears under media button and the user would be able to click on any of them.
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I have created a page that displays label data in a 3xN array suitable for printing on Avery 5160 labels. A form feed, "
", is placed after each group of 30 labels. I tried using CSS "page-break-after: always", but it did not work as expected.
For multiple pages worth of data, when printed or print previewed in IE8 and FF, the position and spacing of the 10 rows of labels on each page is constant.
In IE10 the position of the first row is constant but the spacing between the first and second row of labels narrows on each page after the first page. This can be seen in the print preview and on the printed pages. The space between all of the other rows is still constant.
Does anyone know an HTML or CSS tweak that might fix this?
I have developed an online Movies website. I also developed my own media player in separate page so i want to know how can i play different movies using this single media player or how can i link different movies with this single media player.
That looks like an application-specific setting, not something built-in to the framework. You'll need to look at the documentation or source of the application to find out what the available settings are.
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Then maybe you didn't set the position for the div? Try adjusting that to say relative to see what it does. It always helps to just experiment with css settings to see what happens. I would also suggest searching google for help on positioning as it can be confusing and hard to understand. Some elements do not respond to anything you do which would be learned in online articles.