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Chapter 3, NavDemo.master. With this line inserted:
<SharePoint:CssRegistration name="<% $SPUrl:~SiteCollection/Style Library/SPDemo/CSS/roundednav.css%>" After="corev4.css" runat="server"/>
Page will not open and shows the following error:
The expression prefix 'SPUrl' was not recognized. Please correct the prefix or register the prefix in the <expressionBuilders> section of configuration.
Although I wasn't able to create the same error, I have a general tip to suggest:[FONT='Tahoma','sans-serif'][FONT='Tahoma','sans-serif'][/font][/font]
[FONT='Tahoma','sans-serif']If you copied code from the e-book, r[/font]eplace the quotation marks in the copied text with the quotation mark found on the key to the left of the Enter key.[/font]
Sorry I haven't answered before, I just found your posting messages in my Junk Mail folder.
Thanks a lot for the information and suggestions, I'll give them a try when I have a chance. Where I am we are still pretty focused on MOSS, slowly discussing the move to 2010. I got the book primarily to get a head start and was working with Designer on Foundation on a Windows 7 laptop. Great book by the way, thanks very much.
Again, just wanted to thank you for taking the time to respond to my question. It may be awhile, but when I get back around to 2010 I'll surely give it a try.