Web forms and mobile web forms
I am looking to develope a web site that depending on the device connecting to it, it will display a certain page.
In this case im looking to create a web and wap version of the same project.
I have the Web forms version finished using ASP.NET and C# and I am wondering how to create the mobile web form and incorporate it in the project.
In the project folder, can I just add a mobile web??? But what about displaying device specific pages??
Yes, you can add mobile web forms and controls to your Web Application project. No problem. For device/br...how to place a <form> in web form form
i placed a <form> in the web form, but i can't submit
coz i neet to submit to another web site
how can i do???
You cannot submit a <form> to another page if you have a RunAt="Server" in the form tag. Remove that RunAt="Server" and you can (though then you will need to use plain old HTML inside that form).
What are you trying to do? Why do you need to post to another form?Starting with ASP.NET 2.0? Look at:Programming Microsoft Web Forms My Blog
COZ I NEED TO POST SOME INFORMATION TO ANOTHER WEB SITE
IS THERE ANY OTHER SOLUTION?M...can someone one give me difference between web form and mobile web form and which or where or when i'm using the forms?
Based on my understanding, you want to know the differences between the ASP.NET web application and ASP.NET mobile web application. If I have misunderstood you, please feel free to let me know.
The ASP.NET forms are used to develop the ASP.NET pages for desktop browsers and The ASP.NET mobile forms are used to develop the ASP.NET pages for mobile device browsers. When we create the ASP.NET mobile web forms pages, we can use nearly all the features of ASP.NET. But there are a couple of compatibility issues:
Error Handling and Reporting.
Using Redi...I've placed <forms loginUrl="home.aspx"></forms> in web.config and now all users that log in go to default.aspx
I've placed <forms loginUrl="home.aspx"></forms> in web.config and now all users that log in go to default.aspx. <authentication mode="Forms"> <forms loginUrl="home.aspx"></forms> </authentication>What attribute I should add, to make the user stay on the same page. Btw when I remove <forms loginUrl="home.aspx"></forms>, users stay on the same page after login.Thanks.
try one of these.....Viewstate <--> Methods; Session <--> Web Forms; Something?? <--> Email?
This is along shot but I'm cautiously optimistic someone has thought of it long before and possibly an simple answer does exist...
If I want to move a thing between methods (I still call them subroutines) I can put the thing in a ViewState and then later take it out.
If I want to move a thing between web forms, I can put the thing into a Session and then later take it out.
Is there a somethingX that if I want to I can
take the thing
put it into a somethingX
put the somethingX into a file and email the file
take the somethingX out of the file
read the somethi...Difference between mobile web applications and standard web applications + mobile web forms in them ?
I have a series of existing sites, but I need to make a PPC version of them (there already is one, but it uses standard web forms).
Since the code-behind looks a lot in the PC and in the PPC version, I'd like both versions to use the same files for the code. I'm left with 2 options :
- either create a new mobile web application for each existing web application, and put all the code behind in .dlls which I'll call from each page ;
- or, if this is possible (and I'd rather do it), simply add mobile web forms to the existing web applications and redirect at login to the appropriate ve...How to Make Web Forms from other Web Forms
In putting together an ASP.NET application for a biz application, we have come to the point where there are three different types of basic forms which have, for the most part, been perfected. Now its is a matter of cloning those forms for various uses and modifying or adding code to suit the particular need.
Copy and paste works OK, but there is a lot of changing of certain words, etc.
Is there a way in ASP.NET to take these basic forms, turn them into classes or templates, create forms from them, then add or overwrite code? ? (Anybody who is a Vis Fox Pro programmer would know imme...How to strip a string of <html>, ,</html>, <body>, </body>, <form ... >, </form> tags?
Wait... you said you wanted to strip the head tags, and you're also saying you need to NOT strip the ...What is the use of actio attribute of <form> tag in a web form?
I am having two Button controls on my web-page. These two Buttons post the web-page to two different target page usign their PostBackUrl attribute. Everything working fine. But in all this scenario what is the use/ significance of action attribute of <form> tag?
when you use PostBackUrl it alters the action attribute of the server form to contain that value. This can cause some problems if you have autopostback controls , http://www.dentaku.com/2006/06/how-to-fix-autopostback-error-for-aspnet-pages-with-postbackurl-button.aspx details this and a possible s...For interrupting.web form Resized by position of the div : if div can't dispaly all (such as only top part , then web form heithten the heght),resize the web form
Web Form Resized by position of the div : if div can't dispaly all (such as only top part , then web form heithten the heght),resize the web form !
Because of my pool English, if you can't see , I will explain more ! ThanksGambler is the real life
I guess you mean when form grows it also grow parent div element. This is normal. If you want div to stay fixed size and rather clip the form and maybe show a scrollbar, look at overflow property in CSS.Thanks------------------------------------------------------------This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no ...Web Form vs. Web Content Form
If you don't mind, I would like to know what is the difference between those two items, when I go to add a new item I see both of those and I don't know what the difference is.
A content form is for use with a masterpage. A web form is a standalone web page. If you select web content form, you will then have to specify a masterpage for it.
and what is a master page used for?
a master page is used to give a constant look and theme to a site, without having to duplicate code. So basically you can put your header, menu, nav and footer on a master page. Then a...Web Form embedded in another Web Form
I have programmed a Web Form which acts like a scientific calculator. I would like to embedd this calculator in the upper left hand corner of another accounting Web Form. I don't want to host the calculator on the same server as the accounting page. I.e. I want them to have distinct URLs. Classically, I would do this using frames, but is there a better way using ASP? Is there some sort of Panel which can display the webpage at a specific URL which I can just drag onto my accounting Web Form?
Frames are the only way to embed a webform inside ano...calling a web form from another web form
I would like to know what is the best way to open a web form from another web form. I would like to call it from a button control.
Well, if I've grasped your question right, there are many methods to do that:
1)Response.Redirect > To navigate to another page from code and is equal to clicking a hyperlink. I suggest this as I think it's closer to your question.
2)Server.Transfer > This ends the current web form and begins a new web form. It's usable when you want to pass some variables i.e (Label1.Text) to the next immediate page. It's not safe though and not used to send p...Include web form inside web form
I tried to include an aspx file in a asp.net web form. However, all the web controls (textbox, button) in the included page are not displayed when called.
<Form id="Form1" method="post" runat="server">
<% Response.writeFile("subPage.aspx"); %>
<asp:button id="btnPrev" runat="server" text="Previous"></asp:button>
There are some <asp:textbox> controls in the subPage.aspx file, the file itself works fine, but when it is included in the main page, all the controls are not displayed.
Please assist. Thanks
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