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Cross-Page Posting in asp.net using c#
Cross-Page Posting in asp.net using c#
In this tutorial you will learn how to perform cross-page posting in asp.net using c#. In asp.net we normally use web forms that post back themselves only. Under some circumstances, you may need to post one page to another page...
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How To Use AdRotator Control
How To Use AdRotator Control
AdRotator is one of the Rich Web Controls available in ASP.NET. AdRotator control is available in ASP.Net to make the task of rotating the advertisement images in a web form quickly and easily. It displays banner advertisements randomly. This tutorial explains how to rotate advertisement images on web form by using AdRotator Control.
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Web Forms in ASP.NET
Web Forms in ASP.NET
This tutorial is an easy introduction to ASP.NET web forms. It explains how to write a correct form tag, how to use common web controls, how to maintain ViewState etc.
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JavaScript Auto filling data for ASP.NET web forms with data lock
JavaScript Auto filling data for ASP.NET web forms with data lock
All the process of auto filling data is done by JavaScript. Here we are going to design JavaScript Auto filling data for ASP.NET web forms. Also we are going to lock those fields as we simply coping data from one data field to other. Working and coding of any JavaScript which get applied on web forms is based on design of form. So first of all we design a web form in ASP.NET. You can design form depending upon data you want from user. Create new ASP.NET web site and design your form. Here I have used dummy form for representation which looks as follows.
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Cross Page posting in ASP.NET 2.0
Cross Page posting in ASP.NET 2.0
Tutorial explains how to post data between web forms, using new Cross Page posting functionality. Keeping in view limitations in ASP.NET 1.x, Microsoft has reinstated Cross Page posting feature in ASP.NET 2.0. Many of us might not be aware of Cross Page posting feature in classic ASP.
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A Simple Month Calendar Control for ASP.NET
A Simple Month Calendar Control for ASP.NET
To select a date in your web form, we have built-in calendar control for this. But what to do when we need to select just month and year for our report? The simplest way is to use date select calendar and let user select any day in desired month and then throw day he selected, leaving only month and year. But, is this solution user-friendly; do you like it? So we decided to write our own control for selecting month/year pair, which can be used on pages where needed.
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Using File Uploading Control
Using File Uploading Control
.NET comes with great features. Anymore your do not need any additional code libraries to upload files to your web server. Microsoft.NET includes itself a file upload wizard. Now we will examined and play with this tool. I've used Visual Web Developer 2008 and ASP.NET 3.5 to create this sample application. First we need to create a new web form and place FileUpload control on page. Drop a button and name it as Upload. Also drop a label and named as lblMsg to handle any message. Our file upload control name will be inputFileUpload. But you may rename anything in this sampel application.
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Submitting Web Form data from one ASP.NET page to another
Submitting Web Form data from one ASP.NET page to another
This article discusses different options you as a developer have in ASP.NET to send data from one ASP.NET page to another. Since you cannot use ASP.NET Web Controls (System.Web.UI.WebControls) in such a scenario (which only allow posting back of data to the same page), this article discusses other ways like using HttpContext object.
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Accessing the controls and methods of a MasterPage
Accessing the controls and methods of a MasterPage
If you are looking to access the method, property or control of an ASP.NET MasterPage from inside a web form you need to do a little trick to get it to work properly. This tutorial explains how you can do this with only a few lines of code, and it also shows you how to create MasterPages that you can use with web forms.
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