Child updatepanel not updating
B) Here's what I like best: Create update Panels anywhere on your page you want. Update() method to tell to refresh only the proper update Panel and not the rest of the page whenever you want. To answer one of your original questions: there is definitely nothing special about a div that would mess up the update Panel. Are you fetching html from a page and inserting it into a div for it to be rendered? Are you fetching html from a page and inserting it into a div for it to be rendered? What stinks is that when i overlay a div on the iframe, and then tell the Update Panel containing the div to update, the whole page flashes.
Make sure they are all "conditional" and make sure you DO NOT define any triggers. My question: I don't really understant what you mean by "one of the update Panels has a webpage in it"? Here's what I like best: Create update Panels anywhere on yourpage you want. Update() method to to refresh only the proper update Panel and not the rest of thepage whenever you want. My question: I don't really understant what you mean by "one of the update Panels has a webpage in it"? Yep, i am using a dynamically generated iframe: Frame = Html Generic Control('iframe') Then i point the src attribute to whatever url i want: Frame. Kinda confusing....especially since if i change the div to an iframe, i do not get an flash across the entire page...update works as expected any thoughts.
The event handler fires correctly, but the text is not updated.
If the update panel is not in a grid, everything works fine.
im not sure what's going on here...there something special about div's? Try putting that control inside an update Panel also (with children as triggers false and update conditional).Sample Code: Protected Sub Timer1_Tick(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. This means to me that although the entire page appears to flicker, i am still only updating the Update Panel_div (that's good!Then you don't need to call "update()" yourself in the codebehind.I think this is how it works normally, out-of-the-box.