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Positioning a control Code behind
To do this you would likely want to leverage absolute positioning. Think about it like this, it's all about the styling. Consider the following style: #pnl1 { position: absolute; left: 10px; top: 10px; z-index: 1000; } #pnl2 { position: absolute; left: 10px; top: 10px; z-index: 1001; } #pnl2 is now directly above #pnl1.

Categories : C#

Control positioning of background image/pattern
When you render the charts use this: /********************************************************* * Generate the example chart *********************************************************/ var chart = new Highcharts.Chart({ chart: { renderTo: 'container' }, title: { text: 'Chart 1' }, xAxis: { categories: ['Jan', 'Feb', 'Mar', 'Apr', 'May', 'Jun', 'Jul', 'Aug', 'Sep', 'Oct', 'Nov', 'Dec'] }, series: [{ type: 'arearange', data: testData, fillColor: { pattern: 'http://i.stack.imgur.com/dezhE.png', width: 10, height: 300 + Math.round(testData[0][0] / 100) * 100 } }] }); var chart2 = new Highcharts.Chart({ chart: { renderTo: 'container2' }, t

Categories : Highcharts

Ajax Control Toolkit Slider Handler Image Positioning
I'm not sure what the sliding js for the component looks like and if it changes the top position for the handle. If it does not change, you can add this to .handleClass top:-5px; If you want to make colors change, you must have another div over the handle with opacity:0, which changes it's transparency as the handle moves right. If you supply some the handle js, maybe I can add some code.

Categories : Javascript

element positioning. changing the base point (top-left corner) while positioning (not transform)
I think I see what you're trying to ask. In short the answer is no. However if you use absolute positioning, and take a look at this quick test: HTML <div class="wrap"> <div class="absolute"> </div> </div> CSS .wrap { position: relative; width:400px; height:400px; background: red; } .absolute { position: absolute; bottom:0; right:0; width:100px; height:100px; background: blue; } You should see that div.absolute is positioned based on it's bottom right corner. Absolute positioning can be used in this way. See the fiddle here: http://jsfiddle.net/3RqSS/ Otherwise, you need to use a combination of absolute positioning and margins to center things. E.g. .absolute { position: absolute; top:50%; left:50%;

Categories : HTML

stop menu from getting untidy when changing from relative positioning to absolute positioning
First off, there's a bit of html fixup needed. ( an extra double quote, a badly closed <br/> element, but ... well ... perhaps, instead of restructuring your whole thing to avoid the extra white-space at the bottom, you could just add #holder { overflow: hidden; } to make it go away. http://jsfiddle.net/hD6NY/

Categories : Asp Net

Positioning of items with vertical text - Hover / Absolute positioning
add vertical-align: top to your li's ul li { display: inline-block; width: 35px; height:150px; line-height:35px; font-size: 12px; font-weight: bold; font-family: arial; cursor: pointer; position: relative; vertical-align: top; } jsFiddle

Categories : HTML

When positioning a div with relative positioning, is there a way to make the next div "flow" up to where the previous div now sits?
Use a negative top margin instead: http://cssdeck.com/labs/n3tbf9ro .myimg{ display: block; margin-top: -20px; margin-bottom: 0px; margin-right: auto; margin-left: auto; } Or get rid of the bottom margin on the previous element: http://cssdeck.com/labs/lsnlxk8i .section1 :last-child { margin-bottom: 0; }

Categories : HTML

how to nest css boxes with relative positioning and absolute positioning
Use position:relative; on the outer parent - in your case A. Then place all other divs using position:absolute and set the offset using top, bottom, left and right properties. Each <div> will be automatically relative to it's direct parent. Working jsFiddle example HTML: <div id="a"> <div id="b"> <div id="c"></div> </div> </div> CSS: #a{ position:relative; width:200px; height:200px; background:red; } #b{ position:absolute; top:75px; left:100px; background:cyan; width:75px; height:100px; } #c{ position:absolute; background:white; top:10px; left:10px; width:40px; height:40px; }

Categories : HTML

Absolute positioning inside relative positioning?
A good example would be when you want to position something to the page or "relative" to a container/div. Here is my Fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/doitlikejustin/RdWQ7/2/ This shows you that without the absolute div being inside of a "relative" div, the contents are aligned to the document body. Notice that the green div (#box1), which has position: relative, the div inside (#inner1) it is aligned top/right INSIDE of #box1. The blue box (#box2), which has the exact same HTML layout as the green box (#box1), does NOT include position: relative and notice that the div inside it (#inner2) is aligned to the top/right of the body #box1, #box2 { width: 100px; height: 100px; color: white; text-align: center; line-height: 100px; } #box1 { background: green; position:

Categories : CSS

Convert Absolute Positioning Into Relative Positioning
by removing the absolute positioning of the dragged div you must place its tag to a different place in the dom in order to get it repositioned. For example if you drag #divOne so that it visually moves between #divTwo and #divThree what you should do is remove the absolute positioning of #divOne and move its tag between the two other divs: <div id="divTwo"></div> <div id="divOne"></div> <div id="divThree"></div> If you have a well-defined grid this will work. If I were you what I would do is to give a standard class to any div in my grid that I want be re-arrangeable. E.g., the class "arrangeable". When the drag-end fires I would calculate where my dragged div must be placed in the dom using this formula: The dragged div should be moved to another

Categories : Javascript

CSS re-positioning of sections without absolute positioning
Nope, there is no way to do that without either changing your HTML or using absolute positioning. You've set up the flow of the document to be a certain way (by putting your HTML in a certain way), therefore the only way you can change that flow without changing the HTML is to use a directive that takes the element out of the normal document flow (and the only two that do that are absolute and fixed). Barring those two options, the only thing you have left is JavaScript, but even then, it would be reordering the HTML on the fly (putting your last one first). This can work, as long as the user agent that you're looking to support by putting it in the order you have doesn't use JavaScript.

Categories : CSS

Positioning divs with css using absolute positioning
Don't position your containers absolutely. .container { width: 400px; height: 400px; margin: 10px; position: relative; float:left; } At the end of the last container div, you'll need a div to clear: left; <div style="clear:left;"></div> Now when you add more div's, they will auto float, and the container will get cleared.

Categories : CSS

how to add picture box control and label control dynamically in list view control
Did you google around? There are lot of links that can help you http://geekswithblogs.net/dotNETvinz/archive/2009/04/24/faq-displaying-image-from-database-to-gridview-control.aspx http://weblogs.asp.net/aghausman/archive/2009/05/26/show-images-on-grid-view-from-file-stream.aspx http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/20782/Displaying-Images-from-a-Database-in-a-GridView http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/20971/Thumbnail-Images-in-GridView-using-C

Categories : Asp Net

How to add an html control inside a div or crate a new control beside another control
var myA=document.createElement("a"); would create an element, you can set it's text by myA.innerHTML and src with myA.src="http://www.google.com" To add it to the page you can do: document.getElmentById("mydiv").appendChild(myA); to remove: var As=document.getElmentById("mydiv").getElementsByTagName("a"); var a = As[As.length-1]; a.parentElement.removeChild(a);

Categories : Javascript

How can I use wildcards or regular expressions to control Path-based authorization / access control for svn?
as of June 2013 it is impossible to do this. So, the solution to the problem is to re-organize the repository so this isn't necessary. When a thing is too difficult it usually leads to a large rethink of the design or approach. At present maven structure leads to this requirement: root/pom.xml root/project1/pom.xml root/project2/pom.xml etc.. We can replace this with /root/pom.xml /project1/pom.xml /project2/pom.xml etc.. We can set the svn perms as follows granting all read access to the top level project and read write to their project. If an continuous integration build server populates an internal maven repo with the root snapshot then the users only need to checkout specific projects. [repo:/root] * = r @releng = rw [repo:/project1] @teamOne = rw [repo:/project2] @teamTwo =

Categories : Svn

how to restrict child control inside Parent control in Winform application?
if you add the label to the panel dynamically then you must do: this.panel1.Controls.Add(this.button1); if you don't, that the mistake. On top of that, when you move the label, make sure that the new values are inside the range of the panel, using panel1.Location.X panel1.Location.Y and share your code for more help if needed

Categories : C#

adding Control to form but gap keeps doubling when added at Bottom of previous control
this is more of a hack but it works. sharpUserX.Size = sharpUserSize PnlSharpUsers.Controls.Add(sharpUserX) sharpUserX.Location = pnlAddBtn.Location if i set the size before i add the control, then set the location after it seems to apply the font scaling to the size, but not the location, which works perfectly for me.

Categories : C#

Border doesn't inherit Control, so how does a setter on Control.Background work?
Background dependency property in WPF is shared by many classes. It is defined in the Panel class, other classes just call AddOwner on it. Border.cs [CommonDependencyProperty] public static readonly DependencyProperty BackgroundProperty = Panel.BackgroundProperty.AddOwner( typeof (Border), new FrameworkPropertyMetadata(null, FrameworkPropertyMetadataOptions.AffectsRender | FrameworkPropertyMetadataOptions.SubPropertiesDoNotAffectRender)); Panel.cs [CommonDependencyProperty] public static readonly DependencyProperty BackgroundProperty = DependencyProperty.Register("Background", typeof(Brush), typeof(Panel), new FrameworkPropertyMetadata((Brush)null, FrameworkPropertyMetadataOptions.AffectsRender |

Categories : Wpf

Update parent control when the child control is manually removed in the designer
To wrap it up, I found a solution to my problem. Like a TabControl, my ButtonList contains two collections: ControlCollection inherited from the Control class ButtonListItemCollection (TabControl has TabPageCollection) Adding ButtonListItems is done via the collection editor in the properties. Removing can be done either in the collection editor or just by selecting the ButtonListItem in the designer and pressing the DEL button on the keyboard (manual deletion). When using the collection editor, ButtonListItems are added/removed to/from the ButtonListItemCollection and then to/from the ControlCollection. However, when a ButtonListItem is manually deleted it is only deleted from the ControlCollection not from the ButtonListItemCollection. So what needs to be done is to detect when the

Categories : C#

Black lines when adding custom control to a panel with Control's DockStyle set to Top
Finally I found the solution to my problem. I was setting the Comment control's AutoSize property to true. When I set it false, it worked. Thanks @Sayse, your comment gave me hint about it.

Categories : C#

Button sizes changing on user control when control is added to window
You have don't have your LastChildFill property set to False on your top DockPanel. This is the reason "Ent" is changing size and moving your screen. You also have the HorizontalAlignment on "Del" set to stretch. Try setting that to Left, but might be moot with the LastChildFill correction. The overall resizing is do to HorizontalAlignment set to Stretch set that to Left.

Categories : Wpf

jump to search result in a repeat control with a pager control in a xpages
A few pointers that might help you to go ahead: stop paging in repeats. The extlib has a nice sample of "show more", so instead of showing 1-20, 21-40 etc. you show until the record you found (might not work for large datasets) Open the search page with URL parameters that indicate the position number of the document (e.g. 498). Then use that parameter to let the repeat control figure out the starting position (which depends on the number of documents the repeat is configured for (default is 30, but you don't know). Just make sure not to use the passed parameter unchecked. you can add <a name="[unid]"> (or id=) tags to the repeat and then [directly navigate] (http://reference.sitepoint.com/html/a) to them ....nsf/searchResults.xsp#unid?moreParameters Let us know how it goes

Categories : Misc

Tap event on dynamically added custom control is handled by another control of same type
I figured out the problem, and I am chocking it up to lack of experience with WPF. When I made my Waypoints I created them like to var newWaypoint = new Waypoint(waypointNumber, latitude, longitude); newWaypoint.Name = "wayPoint" + waypointNumber; newWaypoint.Opacity = 100; double leftMargin = CalculateLeftMargin(longitude); double topMargin = CalculateTopMargin(latitude); newWaypoint.Margin = new Thickness(leftMargin, topMargin, 0, 0); LayoutRoot.Children.Add(newWaypoint); The problem with that was that I was setting the Margin of the control. When I set the Margin it was actually stretching out my Waypoint so I was having Waypoints on top of Waypoints. After some research I came across this article Changing Position of an Element Programmatically in WPF which showed me how to prope

Categories : C#

ms-access 2007 form datetime control : if control length smaller than the size of the value it shows ###
Access doesn't behave like this. You can either increase the width of the control (the best solution) specify a shorter Format for the date reduce the font size An odd approach would be to add a label which obscures some of the date-control, but such that you can still see part of the date in the background. You might consider using an event such as Focus to change the Format of the control, but this won't work as the Format only applies when you move away from the control. You could, I suppose, use two controls; one for display and one for editing.

Categories : Forms

How to copy an ActiveX control over to another sheet preventing the name change of the control
ActiveX You can copy an ActiveX Control from one sheet to another with the below code. Note: you cannot have two objects of the same name on one spreadsheet. Sub CopyActiveX() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Dim x As OLEObject, y As OLEObject Set x = Sheets("SRC").OLEObjects("HasCustomName") Set y = x.Duplicate Dim xName As String xName = x.Name y.Cut With Sheets("TRGT") .Paste .OLEObjects(.OLEObjects.Count).Name = xName .Activate End With Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub Form Control To copy a button from one sheet to another preventing the automatic name change use the below code. Excel by default gives a new name to a copied button (even on a different sheet) so you have to rename it to match the name o

Categories : Vba

How to make binding from user control to property of parent control?
ElementName binding works within in same XAML scope. This will work - <Grid> <CheckBox Name="checkBox1"/> <Label Content="{Binding ElementName=checkBox1, Path=Name}"/> </Grid> But if you want to do it in different UserControl, you have to tweak a bit your code and use Tag to hold name - <Grid> <CheckBox Name="checkBox1"> <local:UserControl1 Tag="{Binding ElementName=checkBox1, Path=Name}"/> </CheckBox> </Grid> UserControl.xaml <Canvas> <Label Content="{Binding Path=Tag, RelativeSource={RelativeSource Mode=FindAncestor, AncestorType=UserControl}}"/> </Canvas> On a sidenote, in your UserControl, you know you need to bind with ElementName = checkBox1 and that's

Categories : Wpf

I can not display binding value of a custom control's property when control loads
Try binding SelectedItem property to ControlTemplate <ScrollViewer x:Name="PART_ContentHost" Content={TemplateBinding SelectedItem} SnapsToDevicePixels="{TemplateBinding SnapsToDevicePixels}" HorizontalAlignment="Stretch"/>

Categories : Dotnet

Custom control events don't fire when control collection is cached?
The reason this doesn't work is because the controls must be recreated on the post back, and events wired up, for them to fire. See, since the server is stateless, to fire an event on an object, that object needs recreated AND readded to the form. How about cache the database result instead and continue the loop otherwise to build new, add, and hookup the controls?

Categories : C#

Horizontal scrollbar control for child div outside parent div/ floating div control
You could do this with some JQuery. Just include the library: <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script> See JSfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/V4T4V/ Using the scroll function you can detect when wrapper1 is being scrolled and then move wrapper2. $(function(){ $(".wrapper1").scroll(function(){ $(".wrapper2") .scrollLeft($(".wrapper1").scrollLeft()); }); $(".wrapper2").scroll(function(){ $(".wrapper1") .scrollLeft($(".wrapper2").scrollLeft()); }); }); You can then place this bar outside the div, at the top etc. Simply place this where you want the scrollbar (note the wrapper's css must be the same width): <div class="wrapper1"> <div class="div1"> </div>

Categories : Jquery

Edit Control showing a readout of Slider Control's position
What happens if you try extracting the position of the slider directly with GetPos rather than using the nPos parameter?

Categories : Windows

FlowLayout Control With User Control Item Template Not Binding
Try: public UserControl2() { InitializeComponent(); Loaded += (sender, args) => { var obj = (ViewMod)this.DataContext; if (obj == null || obj.Prop == null) return; var d = obj.Prop; if (d == null) return; grd2.Children.Add(new TextBlock { Text = d.Name }); }; } DataContext is not set instantly. Hence we use the Loaded event and add a lambda to it to do your corresponding steps. side-note: even-though this works, please do search and look at some MVVM examples. While having no code-behind is not really an MVVM requirement, I think your taking it a bit too far adding Grid children and stuff from code-behind when you can do it perfectly fine from xaml.

Categories : C#

Access Parent Page Control in Child User Control
You will have something like this in tab control. <cc1:TabContainer ID="TabContainer1" runat="server"> <cc1:TabPanel ID="TabPanel1" runat="server"> <ContentTemplate> <asp:DropDownList id="dropdownlist1" runat="Server"/> </ContentTemplate> </cc1:TabPanel> So first you need to find tabPanel1 then find dropdownlist1 like following. TabContainer TabContainer1= (TabContainer)(this.Page.FindControl("TabContainer1"); if (TabContainer1!=null){ TabPanel TabPanel1= (TabPanel)(this.TabContainer1.FindControl("TabPanel1"); if(TabPanel1 !=null){ DropDownList dropdownlist1= (DropDownList)(this.TabPanel1.FindControl("dropdownlist1"); }}

Categories : C#

How can I bind a parent control's TextBox from inside a user control
You can declare the DataContext property of the <TextBlockControl /> as the Text property of the "editor" <TextBox />: <wpfSandbox:TextBlockControl DataContext="{Binding Text, ElementName=editor}" /> and inside your control: <Grid> <TextBlock Text="{Binding}" /> </Grid>

Categories : Wpf

Custom Control: Scripts not loaded when control is hidden on pageload
I had a very similar problem earlier and came across your question. I was loading javascript for my custom control by overriding the OnPreRender method. protected override void OnPreRender(EventArgs e) { base.OnPreRender(e); Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptInclude("MyJavascript", "MyURL"); } This had worked when using the control in a normal page environment, but in this case I was using it inside an update panel and initially hiding it. Ajax post backs from the update panel would then update the Visible property to true. At this point of course ASP.NET has no opportunity to automatically inject the client script into the <head> of the page. The solution Instead of overriding OnPreRender you can override OnInit (which should always fire even when t

Categories : C#

Retaining ASP.NET Control values througn their ID does NOT work for FileUpload control
You can get the uploaded file collection using this code : HttpFileCollection hfc = Request.Files; for (int i = 0; i < hfc.Count; i++) { HttpPostedFile hpf = hfc[i]; if (hpf.ContentLength > 0) { hpf.SaveAs(Server.MapPath("MyFiles") + "\" + System.IO.Path.GetFileName(hpf.FileName)); Response.Write("<b>File: </b>" + hpf.FileName + " <b>Size:</b> " + hpf.ContentLength + " <b>Type:</b> " + hpf.ContentType + " Uploaded Successfully <br/>"); } }

Categories : C#

dynamically created wpf control doesn't work the same as the control it is based on
You aren't setting IsHiteTestVisible = false on your Rectangle. That is the problem, because your ContentPresenter is on top of the MoveThumb in your template. I'm not sure what the MoveThumb looks like, but if it is just a transparent rectangle, I'd put that on top of the ContentPresenter so you don't have to worry about setting IsHitTestVisible on all the children you add.

Categories : Wpf

Find radio button control in nested repeater control in asp.net?
I found the answer. Thanks foreach (RepeaterItem repeater in TabRepeater.Items) { Repeater repeater1 = (Repeater)repeater.FindControl("ContentRepeater"); foreach (RepeaterItem repItem in repeater1.Items) { for (int i = 1; i <= 4; i++) { string rdboption = ds.Tables[0].Rows[c][0].ToString() + "_" + ds.Tables[0].Rows[i - 1][2].ToString() + "_" + "Option" + i + "_" + i; PlaceHolder PlPreview = (PlaceHolder)repItem.FindControl("PlPreview"); rbt = (RadioButton)PlPreview.FindControl(rdboption); if (rbt.Checked) { // statement } } }

Categories : Asp Net

How to put control id based on parent control reference/ID to avoid conflict
I think you can differentiate by using the id edit-issue-dialog if($("#edit-issue-dialog").length){ //u r in edit form, and do your stuff }else{ //in create form do your stuff }

Categories : HTML

How to access the main page control values in user control
To retrieve, for example, a textbox defined in the aspx page from an ascx control contained in it you could try: Dim myTextBox As TextBox = Ctype(Me.Parent.FindControl("myTextBoxName"), TextBox) Note that the control you want to retrieve must have a runat="server" attribute otherwise it can not be seen server side. In your question you posted three controls without runat="server"; you could use instead: <asp:HiddenField ID="HiddenField1" runat="server" Value="1" /> <asp:HiddenField ID="HiddenField2" runat="server" Value="2" /> <asp:HiddenField ID="HiddenField3" runat="server" Value="3" /> In this case the above command would become: Dim myHiddenField As HiddenField = Ctype(Me.Parent.FindControl("myHiddenFieldName"), HiddenField)

Categories : Asp Net

Retrieving ascx control value from a callback registered on master page. Control added to Repeater's PlaceHolder during OnItemCreated
I'm not sure what changed, maybe it was taking the break to rubber duck debug using all of the above. I've gone back and tried tweaking some of the things I had before (order of insertion, which call to use, etc) to see if they make a difference, but either way, the Control is now being persisted in the ViewState properly with the above code. It is available on postback from the master page call so long as the following is added (bullet #1 of what I tried before): protected override void LoadViewState(object savedState) { base.LoadViewState(savedState); RefreshOptions(); } Earlier, savedState was only showing the List<int> added to it to maintain selected options. At some point in tweaking and debugging, I saw that the controls I created were now in the

Categories : C#



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