VS 2010 Adding Script To Page Clears Design-time View?
Nov 16, 2010
I have a very strange problem with my website... I created a rather large page, consisting of a few tables with some labels and textboxes where the user can enter a mechanical car setup (it's for a racing game).
When I put a couple of these boxes on a page it works just fine, I can only enter numbers. For it to work though I need to add the script to the page and I do that using this line, either in the head content or in the body content controls:
(the path is chosen with the 'Pick URL' dialog so it should be alright, and it does indeed need to go up two directories first as the page is in the '~/Pages/RequireLogon" directory) However, after replacing most of the textboxes on my large page with NumericBoxes, and adding this script line to my aspx code, the design view is 'broken'. I cannot see any of my controls anymore, and I cannot even put any new controls on there. It seems like the Content control is missing, even though it's still there just fine without errors in the aspx code.
When I remove the script line, the problem is fixed again, the controls re-appear. So it's definitely the script line causing the problem, but I cannot see how it could...I tried it with a new blank page and the problem appears there too. If I use this simple page with just a button:
I am developing on my local machine, therefore my url is http://localhost/<VirtualDirectory>/ My site is hosted at http://www.<DomainName>.com
For example: my link to css file is <link href="/styles/styles.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /> This works fine on on the public site, but breaks on the dev machine because of the addition of the virtual directory level.
I want to add a key to my config file to manage the current location of the site: <add key="CurrentServerLocation" value="http://localhost/<VirtualDirectory>/"/> or
i create a custom control which can hold some templates, such as Header, Body Footer, etc.
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Is there any way to see effect of property changes during design time??
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The div [Code]....
The anchor that fires the event <div id="divJumpToActivityManager"> <a id="hypGoActivities" runat="server" href=""><h3 id="picLearnMoreAboutActivities"></h3></a> </div>
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vb Code: Dim Lin As New LinkButton Lin.Text = dr("DeptDesc").ToString Lin.CssClass = "deptlink" Lin.ToolTip = CDate(dr("MeetingDate").ToString).ToFileTime.ToString 'Lin.OnClientClick
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Design Source Split
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table1 ID Name 1 Jon
table2 ID Number Job 1 1 IT 2 1 Web 3 1 Admin
table1 ID ContractType 1 Temp 1 Perm
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