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Last post Feb 22, 2012 04:04 AM by merk
Feb 22, 2012 04:04 AM|LINK
I'm trying to set up infinite scrolling on a .net page using the following method: http://www.fieg.nl/infinite-ajax-scroll-a-jquery-plugin
It's working except for one problem. When you go to the page and scroll down far enough to cause the infinite paging to kick in, and then scroll back to the top there's a drop down control on the page which is autopostback=true. When you change the value
in that drop down i get the following error:
System.ArgumentException: Invalid JSON primitive: .
This happens before any of the server side code in my onselectedindexchanged event fires. If you don't scroll, then the dropdown works fine. And it was working fine before i used this plugin.
Anyone have ideas what's going wrong here? I'm not very familar with jquery.
edit: Played around with some of the settings on the page and tried changing the drop down to autopostback=false and then putting a submit button on the page. Even just a standard html submit button causes the invalid json primite error. Seems like anything
that causes the page to post back, causes this error.
edit2: played around with it some more and realized it's the rad controls star rating control on the page that's conflicting some how. if i remove those from the page, then i can post back without any issues.
edit3: i think i know what's going wrong. The infinite scroll plugin works by using the pagination links on a page. It essentially loads the next page, then strips out everything except what's inside the content container and appeands the new content to
gets rendered for each control is not being loading since it gets rendered outside of the content container.
So - i dont suppose anyone knows of an infinite scroll that plays well with .net pages?