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To change current console iframe/frameset type this into console command line where "contentIFrame" in the iframe/frameset name (there should not be quotes around the iframe name):console.cd(contentIFr... return to the top level window, use cd() with no argument:console.cd();It took me some time to find out that this was possible in IE 11 Developer ......

Technorati Tags: Silverlight OK, now that Silverlight 4.0 finally is out (http://weblogs.asp.net/sco... its time to learn it. Also VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 released (http://weblogs.asp.net/sco... And remember about Windows Phone! There is more ......

Technorati Tags: ASP.NET,TreeView,jQuery When we expand TreeView node JavaScript function TreeView_ToggleNode gets executed (it’s part of the TreeView control itself). So we will “override” this function and add our own functionality to perform scroll to the expanded node. To find source code of TreeView_ToggleNode function you can use IE Developer ......

Technorati Tags: ASP.NET,TreeView,jQuery If we have TreeView inside of the div with the fixed width and height we want selected node to be visible after postback. Here is small JavaScript function that does this (you don’t have to use jQuery as I did to get the result): 1: function ScrollToSelectedNode() 2: { 3: //* get selected node id 4: //* 'tvwScrollTo' ......

Technorati Tags: TreeView,ASP.NET,JavaScript TreeViewClientID_Data.selec... where TreeViewClientID_Data is the name of the TreeView javascript object that has “selectedNodeID” property. We can easily load this object and get selected node id like this: 1: Sys.WebForms.PageRequestMan... 2: ......

You can upload this example from here (I had made some small modification to the original code but it should be easy to understand. This solution uses just HTML and jQuery): http://cid-4fb5a48846336376... I needed a very simple solution that allows me to show centered modal div. ASP.NET Ajax Control Toolkit ......

I want to put in this post some the jQuery methods that I found myself searching the web every other time i need them for the future reference. Check if element exists: if ($('#elementID').length > 0) { // do somehting } Disable/enable element $('#elementID').attr('disab... 'disabled'); $('#elementID').removeAttr(... Clear DropdownList ......

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