I have a slight problem, I am developing an ASP.NET 2.0 website that uses themes (currently only one). The site theme is specified in web.config as <pages styleSheetTheme="White"/>. It was working great until I wanted to start adding RSS support. I am adapting an rss example from the Atlas wiki site starter kit. The aspx file is just an empty aspx file and the aspx.cs file generates the xml, and delivers it via Response.Write. I have used this method in previous asp.net 2.0 applications without problem, however this is my first time with themes.
My problem is this: System.InvalidOperationException: Using themed css files requires a header control on the page. (e.g. <head runat="server" />).
I tried setting EnableTheming to false for the page and had the same problem. Anyone have any ideas?
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I did not mistook your query (no matter how much you bold it. You did not present all of the information.
i used it like this: in the button_click event
The button_click event you now mention is a server-side event correct? It is too late to validate your search with js because the client has already posted back to the server. You should include the RegisterClientScriptInclude in the page load event so it will be present and usable when the page is initially rendered.
I need to stream mpeg-2 files from Windows Server 2K3 - basic requirement is that the file is gone from the user's system when done playing. Anyone have any experience in this area? Any SDK's or 3rd party tools?
Hey i got a beautiful article posted by Alexander..The problem came when i downloaded the code and started working on it..Its about chat using XML and ASP....But i needed the same coding in ASP.NET..please checkout this link and tell me how to change a page information from Asp to ASP.NET...I am using C#, XML and ASP.NET for my site..Please help me with one page of translating this code for one page and i will goon with the rest buddies...
well , i saw some videos that explain asp.net 2.0 but i can't work with because i don't have VS 2005 i have just the express edition & this one doesn't allow me to do a setup so i have to work with asp.net 1.1 that exists in VS 2003
if the configuration tool doesn't exist in the previous versions then , what were the devellopers doing to configure their web site ??
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