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EmbedMessenger Example?

Last post 12-22-2009, 10:15 AM by RazrV3. 2 replies.
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  •  12-21-2009, 3:55 AM 57856

    EmbedMessenger Example?

    Using the Developers Guide I found the Topic " Run Web Messenger in embed mode" under the Customization Chapter.
    Using the example provided, I only get a page with the advertisement image on it. I've authenticated the user from the Login.aspx page in my app. Here is the Mark up of the Default.aspx page for my app which is redirected to after a successful login. and a snapshot of the output. 
    Any help or direction would be helpful. It appears that the Syntax Highlighter Code Widget in this editor changes the code pasted into it.
     
     
    1.     <form id="form1" runat="server">  
    2.     <asp:scriptmanager id="scriptManager1" runat="server">  
    3.     <div>  
    4.         <img id="imgBackPlate" src="images/RMSBackplate.JPG" alt="Simulation">  
    5.  <asp:updatepanel id="mainUpdatePanel" runat="server">  
    6.             <contenttemplate>  
    7.                 <div id="divAppsBar">  
    8.                     <div id="divAppControlPanel" style="padding-left: 3px; padding-top: 3px;" align="right">  
    9.                         <asp:imagebutton id="membersList" runat="server" imageurl="~/CuteSoft_Client/CuteChat/Images/icon_invite.gif" onclick="membersList_Click">                          
    10.                     </asp:imagebutton></div>  
    11.                 </div>  
    12.                 <!-- Chat Members Dialog Pane //-->  
    13.                 <asp:panel id="divChatMembersPanel" runat="server" cssclass="ChatMembersPanel">   
    14.                     <cutechat:embedmessenger id="EmbedMessenger1" runat="server">  
    15.                </cutechat:embedmessenger></asp:panel>  
    16.            </contenttemplate>  
    17.             <triggers>  
    18.                 <asp:asyncpostbacktrigger controlid="membersList" eventname="Click">  
    19.             </asp:asyncpostbacktrigger></triggers>  
    20.         </asp:updatepanel>  
    21.     </div>  
    22.     </asp:scriptmanager></form>  
     
     
     
     
  •  12-22-2009, 1:27 AM 57892 in reply to 57856

    Re: EmbedMessenger Example?

    Hi RazrV3,
    Have you already make the normal mode(not embed) work on your site?
     
    Is your site online? If so, can you set up ftp access for me?
     
    Regards,
     
    ken

     

     

  •  12-22-2009, 10:15 AM 57897 in reply to 57892

    Re: EmbedMessenger Example?

    Kenneth;
    Thanks for the reply. I did a chat session using your live support with Eric yesterday. I sent him the files. We also did a GoToMeeting session and Eric was able to see first hand what was happening. I can explain here. Using the default project template for a website using VS2008 I created a project. At the Top of the Markup there is a <!DOCTYPE ....> statement this is placed there by the template or already is in the template when you create the project.
     
    I'm simply tring to use the EmbedMessenger Tag based on the Suggested methods from the Developer's Document. The EmbedMessenger Tag is contained or is a child element of a DIV Tag, or Panel Either way it results into a DIV Tag at runtime.
     
    the "!" symbol in the DOCTYPE statement causes the EmbedMessenger component/usercontrol to only display the Advertisement. And the formatting based on my CSS stylesheet works and looks great. As you can see in the image I posted.  Now, by just removing the "!" symbol the control shows up correctly and appears to be fully rendered and working. But then It screws up and completely ignores the CSS Style Sheet setting for the Panel's Position. It places the panel at the very bottom under the light blue bar at the bottom of the page. This is supposed to have the look and feel of the FACEBOOK chat and application bar.
     
    Please consult with Eric and see if there is anything he's found out since yesterday. I have already missed a scheduled demo on this and can't afford to miss another one. We are evaluation the software for purchase and this is critical in our purchase making process.
     
    Thanks
    Jim Snow - LETG Dev team. 
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