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I have some javascript written for a dropdown menu that works fine if
my page is an html page, but if I save it as an aspx page it messes
up. I'm using an asp grid view control, so I need it to be an asp
page. The menu still shows, however it doesn't seem to be reading my
x and y coordinates correctly and just puts the menu in the top left
of the page. I can post the code if necessary, but I thought/hoped it
might just be a setting I need to change. Thanks a lot.
Feb 7 '08 #1
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>I have some javascript written for a dropdown menu that works fine if
my page is an html page, but if I save it as an aspx page it messes
up. I'm using an asp grid view control, so I need it to be an asp
page. The menu still shows, however it doesn't seem to be reading my
x and y coordinates correctly and just puts the menu in the top left
of the page. I can post the code if necessary, but I thought/hoped it
might just be a setting I need to change. Thanks a lot.
Ideally, upload the page and point us at the URL.

If the issue is menu placement, it's likely a CSS/DOM conflict somewhere.

-Darrel
Feb 7 '08 #2

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My first guess would be that you don't use the appropriate id values and
that you actually do"nt find those controls in your client side javascript
code. Keep in mind that ASP.NET creates the id values. You can get those
using the ClientID property...

Hard to say more without seeing more. Also using the debugger should likely
allow to easily spot the problem...

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Patrice

"JimmyGiraffe" <ji***********@gmail.coma écrit dans le message de news:
fe**********************************...oglegroups.com...
>I have some javascript written for a dropdown menu that works fine if
my page is an html page, but if I save it as an aspx page it messes
up. I'm using an asp grid view control, so I need it to be an asp
page. The menu still shows, however it doesn't seem to be reading my
x and y coordinates correctly and just puts the menu in the top left
of the page. I can post the code if necessary, but I thought/hoped it
might just be a setting I need to change. Thanks a lot.

Feb 7 '08 #3

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On Feb 7, 11:36*am, "Patrice" <http://www.chez.com/scribe/wrote:
My first guess would be that you don't use the appropriate id values and
that you actually do"nt find those controls in your client side javascript
code. Keep in mind that ASP.NET creates the id values. You can get those
using the ClientID property...

Hard to say more without seeing more. Also using the debugger should likely
allow to easily spot the problem...

--
Patrice

"JimmyGiraffe" <jimstrucks...@gmail.coma écrit dans le message de news:
fef2225b-2d6f-40c6-8b15-698ab06ab...@f47g2000hsd.googlegroups.com...
I have some javascript written for a dropdown menu that works fine if
my page is an html page, but if I save it as an aspx page it messes
up. *I'm using an asp grid view control, so I need it to be an asp
page. *The menu still shows, however it doesn't seem to be reading my
x and y coordinates correctly and just puts the menu in the top left
of the page. *I can post the code if necessary, but I thought/hoped it
might just be a setting I need to change. *Thanks a lot.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Here is a link to just the menu. This is an intranet site normally,
but I posted it to our outside server and got rid of all the content
except the menu. The sub menus should appear under the link, but as
you will see it puts it in the top left.

http://www.fenton100.org/testcss/default.aspx
Feb 7 '08 #4

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On Feb 7, 11:59*am, JimmyGiraffe <jimstrucks...@gmail.comwrote:
On Feb 7, 11:36*am, "Patrice" <http://www.chez.com/scribe/wrote:


My first guess would be that you don't use the appropriate id values and
that you actually do"nt find those controls in your client side javascript
code. Keep in mind that ASP.NET creates the id values. You can get those
using the ClientID property...
Hard to say more without seeing more. Also using the debugger should likely
allow to easily spot the problem...
--
Patrice
"JimmyGiraffe" <jimstrucks...@gmail.coma écrit dans le message de news:
fef2225b-2d6f-40c6-8b15-698ab06ab...@f47g2000hsd.googlegroups.com...
>I have some javascript written for a dropdown menu that works fine if
my page is an html page, but if I save it as an aspx page it messes
up. *I'm using an asp grid view control, so I need it to be an asp
page. *The menu still shows, however it doesn't seem to be reading my
x and y coordinates correctly and just puts the menu in the top left
of the page. *I can post the code if necessary, but I thought/hoped it
might just be a setting I need to change. *Thanks a lot.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -

Here is a link to just the menu. *This is an intranet site normally,
but I posted it to our outside server and got rid of all the content
except the menu. *The sub menus should appear under the link, but as
you will see it puts it in the top left.

http://www.fenton100.org/testcss/default.aspx- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Not too sure what I did, but I found a page that worked and copied the
code from that one and that fixed it...
Feb 7 '08 #5

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