Smart ListControl in ASP.NET 1.x/2.0
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by Bilal Haidar
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Conclusion

In this article we have seen together how easy it is to create a new custom server control based on the ListBox control that ships with the ASP.NET.

In addition, we saw together how to solve the problem that accompanies the ListBox and all controls that implement ListControl based class, where any manipulation of their items on the client side will not be preserved upon a post back to the server.

Hope you enjoyed this article.

Happy Dot Netting!!


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Title: Re:   
Name: Bilal Hadiar [MVP]
Date: 2007-04-04 1:51:36 AM
Comment:
Hello,
I have updated the control to work on other browsers than IE!
Check my post here:
http://bhaidar.net/cs/archive/2007/04/03/xlistbox-and-mover-control.aspx
Title: Re:   
Name: Bilal Haidar [MVP]
Date: 2006-12-09 6:40:35 AM
Comment:
Hello:
If it is not working on those two browsers, means there is something in the JavaScript that is specific for the IE only!
Let me check what I can do and come back to you!

Regards
Title: Re:   
Name: Bilal Hadiar [MVP]
Date: 2006-12-06 1:54:05 AM
Comment:
Hello, what exactly is happening? I don't have Safari here, all my work in the company is IE that is why I didn't test it there!

Regards
Title: Safari / doesnt work   
Name: Sonu Kapoor
Date: 2006-12-05 3:19:28 PM
Comment:
It doesnt work properly on safari!






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