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Here is an old trick to get vertical scroll bars for a GridView. I find this handy when the end users do not want paging but they also do not want to have a page load a GridView that is a mile long either. The code below shows placing your GridView inside a Panel. The Panel is where the scroll bar option is set. I used “Auto” in the example, this way the scroll bar will only appear if the amount of rows in the GridView exceeds the height set. The trick lies in placing both controls inside a single ...
I had posted this last month and saw a comment posted quickly that you can use CSS as well. A way to use CSS is listed below. <table style="float: left; width: 300px; margin-left: 15px"> </table> <table style="float: right; width: 500px; margin-right: 15px" > </table> Technorati Tags: HTML,ASP.Net ...
Here is a long time issue and this is by no way the first post about it (or probably even the 1000th). In the code below I have two tables that needed to be side by side. The first one on the left allows a user to search for site notes. Just a few dates and a note type. The second table allows a user to enter a new note. Even less to enter just a date and the text for the note. Since I needed the tables side by side I nested both into one big table, keeping each table in it’s own cell and both cells ...
I've been teaching web design since 1994. My first class used notepad and wrote the html tags for the school website. Now there are several tools like Dreamweaver and Expression Web that can be used in class to make web design a fun task instead of a tedious one. I've been wondering for a long time now if I should still be teaching html to my students. Normally, I've used this site for the training and I only teach them how to add text, pictures and links using html. So what do you think? Is it worth ...