- Stuart Moules <email@example.com> May 03 11:24PM +0100
I just put one in my online portfolio last week, at stusroom.com.
I used the insert spry menu bar tool on the insert bar in classic workspace
in dreamweaver cs5.
- alisty <firstname.lastname@example.org> May 03 12:17PM -0700
Hello all, I would ask for some help.
My main job requirements is to do client side coding. My task is to
create pages that are not continually making calls to the server side.
So I am needing to use Jquery, JSON, ajax and the like.
One of my biggest problems is that I do a function and then end up
finding out that because of __doPostBack calls that I have to do for
either UpdatePanels or the like, I get functions that are being called
So my question is, does anyone know of a "list" of what events fire
first to the last? Example would be Page_Load, On_PageInit, PreRender,
Post Render and so on.
I have not been able to find anything that would be helpful. It seems
that I write some clean jquery and then it doesn't work well because
it ends up firing twice. Or even worse, is that it never gets fired in
the first place because of something else being run prior to it.
Anyway, I think that is enough information to help you understand my
Basically, I'm just looking for a list of events and what fires first.
Or rules of thumb that will help me to understand all of this.
- Joe Kelly <email@example.com> May 03 12:32PM -0700
The page lifecycle, for your viewing pleasure.
- Joe Kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org> May 03 12:36PM -0700
Additionally, you can use page methods for ajax communication to
bypass the ugly that is web forms.
I would suggest experimenting with them outside of your application
first just to get a feel for how to use them.
- Albert Listy <email@example.com> May 03 12:30PM -0700
Aaron, Is there anything in particular that you don't like about LESS?
The nested rules really sounds intriguing to me.
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