Firstly its not the ASP.NET file upload control that your applying styles to - its the resulting HTML <input type="file" /> element thats getting styled. (and hence the question is actually quite appropriate for this forum)
This is in fact very tricky - its one of the few elements that doesn't support a lot of common CSS styling methods. Heres one solution: http://www.quirksmode.org/dom/inputfile.html or a google search on "styling file input" turned up quite a few examples.
if i developed one webservice using C#, want to consume that in VB.Net web page.....how can we do taht?? i mean is it the same way, adding web reference & creating proxy...etc.,??
It's the same way. You can do either adding webreference or generating proxy class and add it to your project.
If you are using different languages for web project and web service, it's better if you put those in different solution file.
Thanks for taking the time to read my post and sorry about the no question thing...
My question is:
2)a If not why? or
2)b If possible, can you please suggest any methods.
I am having some issues that I don't understand with VML in IE 6 (also in
IE7). I've searched the net for problems between VML and strict mode but
haven't been able to come up with anything. The page, listed below, has a div
element set to be 800px wide with a border so you can see it and a height of
auto. The page SHOULD render a blue Diamond in roughly the center of the div .
When the page is rendered in quirks mode (Just add an html comment above the
doctype) it works as I expect. When the page is rendered in strict mode
(remove any comments from before the doctype), the div collapses and the
shape disappears. In some cases of me playing around with the numbers, the
shape would fall to 0,0 px and be outside of both the div and group container
objects. What am I doing wrong or does VML not work properly in strict mode?
The page (as is it will render in quirks mode, delete the html comment
before the DOCTYPE to render it in strict mode):
<!-- This comment forces Quirks mode -->
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
This is actually what I ment. I want the user to be adding data into Sql database using a datagrid. So I'm using a ListBox to do this and edit update and delete. I placed listbox in EditItemTemplate and label in ItemTemplate. but when I try now to edit it does not bring the lisbox but i can read the grid with the sql content. my code actually looks like this:
I am creating a website first time. I want to upload it but for that I have to create an index.html file. Can you please tell me that what should I do? or how can I call my php file while index.html is load?
whenever an click event of any control occurs in my C# asp.net web application(visual studio.net 2003), form load is called again and all controls are initialized. Like i m using check box in my grid and want to capture my check state against any button click. But when i click button then form is again loaded and all check boxex became converted in their default state(which is unchecked).
therefore the following condition in my button click event alwayx bacame false coz at that time no check box is in checked state.
the condition is
i have many other problems also due to this from loading against any event. Therefore can u tell me how to stop this loading every time.