Any ideas why this won't work? i want the text and image to go back to the original position then repeat the previous animation, so the text goes out to the right then resets, and comes back in from the left, and the same for the image ..
Take hidden field in the form assign variable value.On first page <script> tag write window.open("Page name") and on second page <script> use this code window.opener.document.getElementById('text1').value
I have a myPage.aspx page and 2 user controls, ucA and ucB. ucA (parent control) is being used in ucB (child control inherits ucA). Finallly ucB is registered in myPage.aspx. I have two dropdowns in ucB.
Now, I am trying to put the selected values of these dropwdowns in a hidden variables using the below code and I am putting this in myPage.aspx page_load code
Page.ClientScript.RegisterHiddenField("LabValue", labname selectedvalue using FindControl)
Page.ClientScript.RegisterHiddenField("ClientValue", ClientName SelectdValue using FindControl))
The above code runs fine and no errors.
Now in the exeternal .js file I am accessing this values as
var lv = document.getElementById("LabValue").value;
var cv = document.getElementById("ClientValue").value;
All look fine. But the issue is no matter what values I put in the LabValue and ClientValue hidden fields I always get the values as 0 for lv and cv (java script variables).
Say for instance if LabValue is 10002 when I try to access it via javasacript using document.getElementById("LabValue").value; I always get 0 instead of 10002. It is the same case with the other hidden field too.
When I looked at the myPage.aspx viewsource I always see
<scriptsrc="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4.2/jquery.min.js"></script><div><inputtype='checkbox'value='10'id='id'><labelfor='id'>Test Checkbox</label></div><BUTTONonclick='a=!($("#id").attr("disabled")); $("#id").attr("disabled",a)'>
The code you are using has always worked for me so not sure what's wrong but as a point, the second one in your list is the correct one. If you are trying to enable the check boxes again you will have to use the removeAttr method as W3 standards say that the mere presence of the disabled attribute means the control is disabled, regardless of value (which some of the major browsers follow).
As for why your check boxes don't disable I can only suggest that IE and FF are handling your HTML differently (check Id's are the same, that you are only trying to set the disabled attribute after full page load (use $(document).ready if you aren't!) etc. etc.)