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Fire ModalPopupExtender without a button click

Posted on 2009-05-12
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Is there a way to fire the ModalPopupExtender without having to use the TargetControlID with a button click. I would like to use code to fire the ModalPopupExtender. Is that possible?
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tetorvik earned 500 total points
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You can use Show / Hide methods to control externder visibility.
*.cs (code-behind):
YourExtenderControl.Show();
YourExtenderControl.Hide(); 
 
javascript:
YourExtenderControl.show();
YourExtenderControl.hide(); 

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by:burakiewicz
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you will still need to set the targetcontrolID but add this to the buttons style so you dont see it
style="visibility:hidden;"
if you set visible to false it will not render the control and cause an error
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