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Old March 3rd, 2009, 01:37 PM
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Hard to tell for sure without seeing the actual CSS. One thing to check is the ID of the <div>. If you are targeting your div like this:

#contact1
{
...
}

then it will probably break. As explained in the book (don't have it with me so I don't know the exact page), ASP.NET will change client IDs of your controls / elements if they run at the server. To see if that's the case, look at the browser's HTML and check the client ID.

Hope this helps,

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