Here is the scenario for this solution: You have a Gridview which is populated from a database, you are using BoundFields and one or more columns is a date, but it’s showing the time also. You want it to only use the Short Date format (01/01/2010).
One of the great string methods that was introduced in dotNet 2.0 is ‘IsNullOrEmpty’
Assuming you’re working in ASP.Net, don’t worry – there’s a temporary fix for you. It will force the browser to view the page in IE7 emulation mode (as if IE8 were running in what it calls ‘Compatibility mode‘).
If all you want to do is to put pure text in a certain place on your ASP.Net page, try NOT to use a label.
In your ASP.Net page, let’s say you have multiple textboxes, etc, for which you are using validation controls. Then, you also have a button, that when it is clicked, will fire those validation controls. That’s all well and good, but let’s say you have another button on this page which does something else entirely and […]
Navigation to controls in the toolbox has finally gotten easier now, in Visual Studio.Net 2010. You can actually type to get to the control you want. The sections in which they reside don’t even need to be open.
Many times, your DropDownList will be populated with specific items from a database. You might ask yourself “How can I add an Item at the top? – – maybe ‘Select’ or something like that.
The most common way to do something on your ASP.Net pags, using the selected item of a DropDownList is probably to add a button. Then, in the button’s click event, do whatever coding with that item that you need to do.
In order to set the master page programmatically, you must use the Page_PreInit to do so. Otherwise, using the Page_Load event will not work. It would look something like this in code: Me.MasterPageFile = “~/myMasterPage.master”
Many times, you need to use a relative path (Server.MapPath), but in classes, you can’t use it directly. You need to use the namespace in which it resides.
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