This is a brief question which Im sure has an easy answer, but one that I cant see!
I have a .png page overlay in the lightbox style that I want to display when a user carries out various actions. The problem I am having is that although it covers the entire page on my monitor (a 1440 x 900 resolution) when I view it on a different resolution (say 1024 x 768) it no longer stretches to the full length. It appears that although the .png image is repeated 100% vertically and 100% horizontally that it only covers the viewable area. Anything below this that requires scrolling to get to is not covered by the overlay.
Does anyone have any thoughts on why this might be happening and what I can do to fix it?
Unless someone has a better suggestion (pure CSS) I have resolved this by using JS to obtain the window height and width (and max scroll areas) and then dynamically setting the overlay height and width with these values.
I am developing AJAX supported web application. Previously I had .Net Framework 2.0 with Visual Studio 2005 and for that I installed ASP .Net 2.0 AJAX Extension to use AJAX controls in application. At that time it was worked properly.
But now I have upgraded my Framework to .Net Framework 3.5 with Visual Studio 2005, I have uninstalled previously installed AJAX Extension. And want to use the AJAX controls provided by .Net Framework 3.5, so I added these controls to Toolbox. But unfortunately when I am going to use these controls it is still referencing to the previous version. I checked in web.config for assembly version, but it is referencing to the previous version.
Afterall I am not able to use these AJAX controls provided by .Net framework 3.5.
You can go to www.allegianceauto.com/termsbarry/ and you will see that there is a "<" at the top. Now if you go into the source code, there is nothing there. But wait... if you just go into firefox and actually highlight it and select view se;ection source, then you will see something that for whatever reason isn't there when just looking at the. There is a & lt there. I have separated the & and lt sections so it won't print it out. I emphasize that this isn't there when you go to look at the source code the normal way. Matter of fact this is the only way I have been able to find anything. I have put the whole html code as it sits on the server in a text file at http://allegianceauto.com/termsbarry/test.txt[^]. If someone could at least put me in the right direction, this would be immensely appreciated.
yes but as I said before if you go to the actual code on the server, you will see that this code doesn't exist. Go to http:[^] and you will see the code. For whatever reason it's not in the code but it somehow appears in the source. It's not php related because I have converted it to html and removed the one line of php code and it still occurs. I also have disconnected my internet to make sure that it's not something from another page. So it can't be related to php and it has to be in that code somewhere. I can't find it though.
Is there any role based security(authentication) framework for jsp web development.Means that depending on the Role(eg:manager,employee,other..etc) we restrict the pages to the user.To implement such project we need to customize each time depending on the nature of project requirement.If a framework exist it may be useful.Your responses are valuable than answers.
I need directions on how to properly create a tool bar where people who visit my website can post comments and I can give feed back. I guess I need some type of code of what not. Basically blogging back and fourth instead of me just being able to post. Thanks
Any help is huge!
1 - are you a programmer, or are you using some sort of online site template ?
2 - what is the site written in ?
3 - how does a toolbar allow you to post comments ?
4 - does your website already have a database ?
That would give us a start.
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I've recently been going through some of the the Java Programming (with Passion!) tutorials (http://www.javapassion.com/[^]). They use Netbeans as the IDE, and they seem quite good. The start page within Netbeans also has links to tutorials and demos.
We are developing one vb.net project .. Muliple developers are working. I want one software that if any one developer is working on one or more pages that page(s) is not used by others or we can see that these page is modified by that person/developer.
Very right, implementing a source safe tool is the right solution to the issue.
VSTS (Visual Studio Team System) being the best solution. But the installation and configuration of VSTS is not very easy and also the price of the software is at the higher end.
VSS (Visual Source Safe) is cheaper and easier to configure.
I recently won free licenses for some great products from companies like Telerik, Infragistics, DevExpress, etc. However, because they are great products our dev team already owns them!
Is there a website or group anyone knows of where people with extra licenses like these can swap or sell them? I'd love to get our hands on some additional products or have these go to some dev teams that can't afford a full license cost. I'd hate for them just to sit around in my email and not get used.
These are all legitimate licenses. I am not looking to steal, copy or do anything else illegitimate. I'm just looking for a good place to get these to someone who can use them or swap cool tools legally.
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