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  1. In Topic: Call JS from Codebehind

    Posted 25 Jul 2014

    Actually that was a simple thing that i want. that text box is html text box. I hope to change the location of my web application using this code. If I could resolve this, then i can use this code for change a location of the html attribute.
    document.getElementById('img1').style.top = 500;
    document.getElementById('img1').style.left = 300;
    
  2. In Topic: ASP.net with Jquery save values to database.

    Posted 23 Jul 2014

    Ok. I'm gonna say the requirement in simple way.
    My web application is just like Google map (I use jpg file instead of the map). Google map has locator which can drag. But now I want to save the location according to the locator. (Getting x coordinate and y coordinate or some other way)
    My simple question is how to save the location?

    Requirement 1 - Locator move to a position and save it. (How to save? Using coordinates or what?)
    Requirement 2 - When select a location from dropdown, locator should have to move accordingly.
    Requirement 3 - When zoom in and zoom out, locator always attached with the location. (Just like Google map image, locator always attached with "London" when zoom in and zoom out.)
  3. In Topic: ASP.net with Jquery save values to database.

    Posted 23 Jul 2014

    Thank you modi for the reply.
    Ok. You guess the better way is use codebehind for database actions.
    There is some other thing I couldn't put in my original post. In this project I use some jpg file for the map and then there is a locator.
    In this case, is it ok to save values to database which are 'top' and 'left' values of the locator? My personal opinion is above mention method is bit unfair, cause there various size monitors. And also when zooming and out zooming, locator location should change relatively. If so which can be the most suitable way of getting the location and is there some other way to do my work (or some technology) easily.
  4. In Topic: datatable sorting a column issue in vb.net

    Posted 20 Nov 2013

    OMG..... :oops:
  5. In Topic: Ajax combo box dropdown position is wrong

    Posted 30 Sep 2013

    Thank you very much for the reply modi123_1. This is what happened to me. I added a panel and it's style has position:absolute. After I remove that code the problem is OK.

    I posted my solution because, there might be beginners like me who stuck in their projects like above situation.

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