Trying to get ClientID property from a programmatically added control

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Trying to get ClientID property from a programmatically added control Asp.net

by Roberto on March 3, 2011 with 0 comment

Recently I had to face the following scenario: I was trying to create a customized gridview which automatically loaded an also customized template for the pager that fully integrated with some custom object that I was receiving from an external library.

In short, I needed to generate some controls in a dynamic way and decorate them with client capabilities.

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Unable to use saved credentials to log on to a remote computer in Windows Vista

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Unable to use saved credentials to log on to a remote computer in Windows Vista Miscellanea

by Roberto on September 20, 2010 with 1 comment

If you have Windows Vista installed on your system and you need to frequently connect to another computers via remote desktop maybe you suffer the problem I am about to tell. Probably you mark the checkbox telling that you want windows to remember your credentials but whenever you try to connect again, here we go, Windows Vista wants you to input your credentials one more time and you receive the following message:

Your credentials did not work.

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Panel’s defaultButton property and linkButtons not working in Firefox

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Panel’s defaultButton property and linkButtons not working in Firefox Asp.net

by Roberto on February 18, 2010 with 1 comment

Recently I changed all the buttons of the website I am developing right now for linkButtons. I was searching for some hover behaviour cross-browser compatibility. As you may know, the greatest web depeloper’s friend, a.k.a. Internet Explorer 6, does not support the hover CSS pseudo-class but in<a> tags. And this is a shame because all the hover effects in buttons will never work in IE6 unless you do the old javascript image source trick, and we don’t want to use it because we love CSS and, besides that, the user experience is better without that old javascript.

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