Step3: Declear a java script function in your HTML
if(window.Form1["DisplayConfirm"].value==true || window.Form1["DisplayConfirm"].value=="true")
if(confirm(" Do you want to delete？")==true)
Step4: Call this function on form body load
step5:Take a button named "Button3" on ur page make it small so that it sould not be visible on page load.
step6:Take HTML Hidden text box with name example on your page
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In my application when i logout i have clear the session but still when i click on browser back button it ll show the pages it should not happen like other site when some one logout and press back button it shows like page has been expired...
You can set Response.IsClientConnected=false when user click on logout and request this value on page load for each page so when you go back if your page found this value as false put Response.Expires=0.
Hope this will help you.
I am facing trouble displaying a web page containing 2 frames in a browser. The page in the uppper frame loads quickly while the one in the bottom frame takes a lot of time to display. The page in the lower frame accesses data from a SQL SERVER 2000.
Yes the frameset contains two frames. No even if the ASP page in the 2nd frame is loaded separately it takes the same time to load. The page takes approx 3-4 minutes to load. Earlier it used to load very quickly. Plz help.
can anyone help me regarding how to retrieve data from sharepoint SQL Db through any of the sharepoint service.
I am having admin right in my machine but it's not the server where sharepoint has been installed. so can i write a c# application to access sharepoint services
Any hints on what I could do to make a box like this in OOP us jscript?
It's easy to do when it's not animated, don't even need OOP.
Only reason I need OOP when animted is to keep track of the box being
open and closed to animate for each height of each box, but since
not sure how to do the OOP using jscript, it's behaving weird.
A couple quick notes (don't have time to look it over properly just now):
AnimBlock.prototype.DisplayBlock = function()
Since you're adding this function to the prototype, you really don't need to do it every time an object of that type is instantiated. You can put all those outside of the constructor function and it'll work just fine.
You never assign anything to this.document, so it doesn't exist. In your demo page, the functions are not called as part of an object, and so this is actually a reference to the default scope, which does include document (though prefixing it with this is redundant).