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Tag: ASP.NET AJAX
A new series of blog posts coming up
Hi all, Telerik’s support is always focused at satisfying customer needs – if you have used our controls for some time now, I guess you have already found that out. If you have just started getting familiar with our products – give us a try ;) Our support services however, being targeted on our products only, cannot provide you with custom solutions, although we try to help as much as possible. That is why we decided to start a new series of blog posts aimed at different aspects of ASP.NET development. The content is gathered from various newsgroups, blog posts, tutorials in...
December 19, 2008
Don't Use BODY ONLOAD in ASP.NET AJAX Websites
December 13, 2008
Taming Ajaxified asp:HiddenField Controls in Internet Explorer
If you are using asp:HiddenField controls (rendered as <input type="hidden" />) in your website and update their values with AJAX requests, you may observe some unexpected changes in the page layout in Internet Explorer (IE). It will seem that an empty line is inserted at each location where a HiddenField control resides. The behavior is observed only in IE and looks like a problem caused by the browser or the MS AJAX client-side framework. A quite easy workaround for this glitch is to wrap the HiddenField in a container with no height and reduced font size. Here is an...
December 09, 2008
Image Centering Techniques You Should Know About
The following new code library entry demonstrates two alternative techniques for centering an image inside a RadAjaxLoadingPanel. Both techniques should not be something new for CSS-savvy devs, however, we receive queries for them from time to time, so it will be good to have an example available online: How to Center Image In a RadAjaxLoadingPanel ...
November 18, 2008
ASP.NET binding with OpenAccessDataSource
In the last post we saw how easy it is to reverse engineer a database schema. Let's now use the resulting persistent classes library to build the first website. Let's do it again step by step: Step 1: Use the resulting solution from the northwind reverse engineering post. Step 2: Add a new web application by execution File->Add->New Web Site... from the Visual Studio Menu. Choose ASP.NET Web Site. Step 3: Add a reference from the website to the class library. Select the website project in the Solution Explorer and execute Website->Add reference from the Visual Studio Menu. Select the class library project in the Projects tab. All...
November 15, 2008
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