Kathleen Anderson shows you how to format number fields and telephone numbers, and make URLs and email addresses clickable in an ASP. In Expression Web 4, it’s a fairly simple process to display data from a database on a web page in a gridview (table).This article shows you how to format number fields (currency and percentages) and telephone numbers, and make URLs and email addresses clickable in an ASP. Figure 1 shows you a gridview with no fields formatted.
this is the code of my panel: Where to add this is a good question; especially when dealing with complex pages performing multiple ajax requests.
To fill that need, this project is a Share Point site column and some supporting technology to provide visual indicators in a standard CAML view for whether or not the current user has read a specific item.
It started out as an extension to the Freeze Dried Site Column project, but as it developed I realized that it would require a storage format query-able by the standard CAML view syntax.
For it to work, the column must be added to the list, and it must appear somewhere in the active view.
The column also must appear on the new and display forms of the item edit so that it can set the read indicators for the current user.