The following is the view that presents a login form.As you can see, PHP code is used to generate the dynamic content, such as the page title and the form, while HTML code organizes them into a presentable HTML page. I have a Link Button whose Post Back URL is set to "Test Page2", and I want to do some validation before it is allowed to go there, so I put in a Custom Validator whose On Server Validate property is set to cv1_Validate in the code-behind. I thought the server would return the same page (Page 1) with the Error Message on it, and would prevent the switch to Page 2.Unfortunately, it only gets to cv1_Validate if I remove the Post Back URL from the Link Button, but then of course it doesn't go to Test Page2! I mean I'll believe anything by now, but are you sure?If validation is working on the client, then the validation will prevent a post back until the user passes all the client side validation tests.However, we can’t always use validation on the client (some custom validation controls will only be able to validate servers-side), nor can we always trust the client to perform validation.The data should be represented as an array of name-value pairs.
The multi-agency "training" exercise is called Gotham Shield 2017.
Updated on “There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all argument, and which cannot fail to keep man in everlasting ignorance.
That principle is condemnation before investigation.” ~ Edmund Spencer.
RE: Disinformation agents: Remember “The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.” Vladimir Ilyich Lenin Where are all the real anti war protesters-not the deep state agitators [Barcelona Agreement was made in 1995 by corrupt NWO western leaders!
Sol-war]Please Note that I [Brit girl] have made a mistake in this video, There were 15 Member states involved in the Barcelona Declaration, not 28, this was a mistake, all other info stands and can be verified here: