I rewrote my checkout system, using the update panel and ScriptManager, not the ToolScriptManager
My goal is to get rid of the AjaxControlToolkit, and replace it with Jquery
So I spent 3 weeks rewriting the checkout system, tested it for 2 days, and deployed it last Thurs, July 18, 2013. 10 orders go through no problem, and then Monday morning, the phone rang off the hook.
So I get this pile of website error forms, and all of them say Windows 7, IE, can't create an account.
The first step in checking out is creating an account, then you go to the next page, and enter your credit card information.
So I guess the user clicks the image button inside the update panel called "create account", the progress indicator comes up, and nothing happens.
I went back and tested and tested monday and tuesday, on Windows Vista IE 9, I finally saw the problem sort of, and adjusted my jquery validation script. Every once in a while while testing, it hangs, but not in the last 2 days, Wed and thurs.
I'm clueless here. In fact I'm not even sure if I still have the problem.
I'm looking for someone I can trust to test it out and perhaps look at the browser source to confirm that the scriptmanager looks OK, confirm operation of the create account.
I put together another Windows 7 machine, but I couldn't reproduce the problem, but I made adjustments to the web server, and no error reports have been submitted since last wednesday. I took out the jquery.ui.min.js last week, and seems good now.
I have created asp.net web application to show slide show using SlideShowExtender. Here i need to add image path which is located in other system. i have give like
string imagenames = System.IO.Directory.GetFiles(@"\\ipaddress\d$\WebSite\images\");
It is working fine if i run through application. If i host it in IIS and run. Image is blank. How to give image path.
no, I am not looking for only 2 level as Employee and his Manager.
I need the display the full path of each child and if there is any child of any parent in that case need not to display the parent just display child full hierarchy.
I have a large enterprise website, which was build and published as precompiled / nonupdatable. Now I have an issue that is happening only at one customer site. So, I wanted to create a simple test.aspx file inside the website in question, and run it at the customer site -- without having to recompile and re-publish the original website. Is there any workaround to achieve this?
Below is the error that received when I copy and try to run my test.aspx page:
The file '/MyWebApp/test.aspx' has not been pre-compiled, and cannot be requested.
Greetings and Salutations:
I'm a junior level developer seeking to continue my career in software development. To that end I've created my own website and posted a few small applications, to demonstrate my skills. I'd like to get some [constructive] feedback on my work, but I'm not sure which thread I should post the link to my site in. Would it be OK to post here? If not, could someone suggest where the best place to post would be?
That's pure HTML, Static - No functionalities.
1. All pages are under constructions – there is nothing to look for on them
2. Look and Feel is not nice at all – I suggest you visit website that gives free templates for ideas. You can use them or get the idea on how to structure your site. I leant a lot from them
3. Your site also doesn’t fit on my screen. Resolution not good, I dislike vertical scrolling.
4. You menu keep swapping around when I going to a different page, I recommend using controls for menus or work with Master Pages.
- Do as someone above has suggested, paste your code that want to be reviewed.
Not even close to something someone would pay for.
Well, you have no design skills, you should of just copies another website look and feel.
You don't understand CSS, that's why the site won't fit on my monitor
You don't understand font sizes, and using a master CSS file to set the initial font size, and sizing other fonts from there, or using em such as 0.8em
It has nothing to do with ASP.net, Just looks like HTML to me, but I looked at the source and saw you used LinkButtons to make the menu on the left.
I think you have misinterpreted the use of ASP.Net.
You should go back and learn how to make a website first using HTML and CSS, and then choose a technology after that.
Hone your knowledge of HTML and design first, or just stick to writing code, and not HTML. Then you'll be a master at it.
I was expecting some good looking code or scripts or something.
Here's a great place to learn web design and CSS in 30 days
Check my article in my signature on some general code review checklist for developers.
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