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add image dynamically based on count

add image dynamically based on count

add image dynamically based on count


suppose I have 5 check boxes. Based on number of check box checked I have to add image and hyper-link to images. (i.e if I have checked 2 check box I have to load only 2 image and link to those 2 loaded images, in-case of 3 check box checked, 3 images needs to be loaded and link to those 3 loaded images).

Is there any possible way that i can do that in asp.net using c#?



RE: add image dynamically based on count

spool the controls in the form, tally how many controls are checkboxes, that are checked.

I'm assuming there's some logic to which images to load based on which checkbox is selected. Normally you can either put this data point in the text property of the check box, but you may need to do something with the name of the control.

foreach(Control c in Page.Controls)
    if(c.GetType() == "CheckBox")
    CheckBox ck = (CheckBox)c;
        imgPanel.Controls.Add(new Image('mygif.png'));


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RE: add image dynamically based on count

of course it's possible. how you solve this depends on a couple factors though.
1. are you using webforms or MVC (monorail, fubu, ms mvc, open rasta)?
2. when/where do you want to create the links/images? in other words what is the UX or process flow?

these factors will determine if you should leverage C# (server) or javascript (client). You will probably leverage both, but to what extent.

being that you are directly talking about a web application and manipulating the view your best bet for help will be in
forum215: HTML, XHTML & CSS
forum216: Javascript
forum855: Microsoft: ASP.NET
depending on the technologies used.

Jason Meckley

FAQ855-7190: Database Connection Management
FAQ732-7259: Keeping the UI responsive

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