I searched on google. I found A few tut's but mostly old version's of asp.net on asp.net i watched the pluralsight videos I am eager to learn more. was hoping some guru knew of more learning sites I'll google some more.
i have built a webpart controle and add it to a page
then i implement a css file to the webpart
all is OK
then i built a MobileAdapter.cs
for mobile users
the problem is that the css wasn't implemented
what can i do
hi i am a beginner in asp and my scenario for a online movie reservation project is
if i select the number of tickets i am going to buy for a movie it should show a pictorial representation of position of seats in the theatre and based on the no. of tickets the user should be able to select the seats that he desires to be seated ,also after one user has selected his seats the already allotted seats should not be visible for next user
i have decided to use a table inside list view and for seats i have decided to use image button as table data but i couldnt proceed furthur it would be a great help if someone explain concept along with coding
also i need to display a timer and if the user didnt finish booking tickets before 5 mins his session should expire and automatically log out.
hi i have used listview to show the previously posted comments but the problem arises when a user tries to update or delete comments
i.e the user should be able to update/delete only his comments and not other user comment
( p.s i have used a login page to store the name of users in database so after logging in he shld be editing his comments only)
So you have have an authenticated user and the posts are associated with a valid user. So what is the problem? Are you saying with all of this information you can't find a way to disable an edit or delete button/link?
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