November 22, 2007

No More Freeloading - Creating My First AjaxControlToolkit Patch

I use Yahoo! for my email client.  The main screen has the standard email client three section layout.  One area for selecting a folder (Inbox, Drafts, Sent Items, etc...), another area that displays the messages in a table or grid, and the last region shows a preview of the selected message.  You can select messages to delete, forward, move by clicking a checkbox to select the messages, and then by clicking the button that corresponds to the action you want taken.      Live Demo (IE6, IE7 and FF) | Download (This includes the complete AjaxControlToolkit solution plus the code for my patch) I am currently building a new screen for a project I am working on and I would like to use a similar design.  I want to allow the user to use checkboxes to select rows.  Once one or more rows are selected, clicking a command button (Delete, Copy, Export) will execute the actions...


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