Updating a web page
This tutorial shows you how to update (change) an existing database entry when you use ASP. It assumes you have completed the series through Entering Data by Using Forms Using ASP. What you'll learn: helper so that it displays an Edit link next to each movie: When you click the Edit link, it takes you to a different page, where the movie information is already in a form: You can change any of the values. The syntax for the new column might look a bit complex, but that's only because it puts together several elements. If you concentrate on just the Some background about how the grid works: the grid displays rows, one for each database record, and it displays columns for each field in the database record.When you submit the changes, the code in the page updates the database and takes you back to the movie listing. While each grid row is being constructed, the operator in the previous tutorial; it's an ASP.The thing that many people don't understand is this: The tools you use to edit your website are less important than the skills to use them.Many people make the mistake of asking "What tools do I need to edit my site? It will often take you longer and might be more dangerous than having a professional do the job.
The web has a wonderful ability to be dynamic, this is the way it should be.
The approach shown was chosen because it's easy to implement and easy to understand. Get Html( table Style: "grid", header Style: "head", alternating Row Style: "alt", columns: grid. Here are a couple of examples: We didn't mention the issue when you first saw this code, but in each case, you're passing parameters to the methods in a specific order — namely, the order in which the parameters are defined in that method.
For , if you mixed up the order of the values you pass, you'd get an error message when the page runs, or at least some strange results.
It takes time and effort Managing your own website is very rewarding but it does take effort.
Although you can learn to make simple alterations quite quickly, don't be deceived into thinking that website management is straightforward.