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Is possible to call asp.net(c#) function in HTML.....

Inbaraj
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Hi...

This is inbaraj from India. I want to know is it possible to run C# functions in HTML. Plz help me.....

If yes let me know the sample codeing....


Thanks in advance...

with regards
Inbaraj.D
Job Seeker
India
Jun 1 '07 #1
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kenobewan
4,871 Expert 4TB
The short answer is no, html being client side. What are you trying to do?
Jun 1 '07 #2
You should be able to. I've done it with VB so you should be able to do it in C#. Here's an example:

In my html I have:
<div id="Hello" onmouseover="<%# (GetMouseOverJavascriptFn()) %>" onmouseout="<%# (GetMouseOutJavascriptFn()) %>" runat="server">

In my code behind I have:
Protected Function GetMouseOverJavascriptFn() As String

return = "document.getElementById('elemId').style.visibilit y='visible'"

End Function

Protected Function GetMouseOutJavascriptFn() As String

return = "document.getElementById('elemId').style.visibilit y='hidden'"

End Function


This is the only context in which I've done it. So the key is you put your function in <%# functionName %>
However, the thing to remember is that VB/C# are server-side so you cannot call them as you would a JavaScript function. The functions in the example above get run the first time the page is generated. Once the page is running on the client machine, the only way you can call VB/C# functions is through a postback to the server.

Steve
Jun 1 '07 #3

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