I have a linkbutton which opens a new window. When the user closes the new window, I want to change the text of the original linkbutton.
on the Page where the LinkButton is, you can output the client-side ID of the LinkButton with it's ClientID property
I have 4 server side button control. These are for choices of a competition website(A,B,C,D) and I have 1 client side button control named "Changer" on the same page.
When I click the Changer I want it to disable A, if it is disabled I want it to disable B...
The main question in this topic is "How can I change properties of a server-side control by client-side"
Please help me.
I got it guys.
Thank You very much..
What I'm getting at is this. My server doesn't have access to certain websites. But my client's browsing my site will have access from the computers they're using. Can my programming logic somehow open up a restricted access site by routing the command to the client's browser and then out on to the web? Or is the best I can do simply putting a hyperlink up that the user can click on? Thanks for any help.
Thanks in advance.
If the site is a trusted and you are running IE then you could try http://www.w3schools.com/asp/asp_ref_filesystem.asp The Old Sewing FactoryThat twitter nonsense.
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I tried using :
<OBJECT id="MyUserControl" style="WIDTH: 1000px; HEIGHT:800px" codeBase="MyUserControl.dll#1,0,0,0" classID="MyUserControl.dll#MyNamespace.MyClass"> </OBJECT>
but my MyUserControl.dll assembly is dependent on several other .net dll which should be download indirectly as well.
It works fine.
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