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Hi. I was wondering if CSS1/2 is fully supported in ASP .NET. I have a situation where I want to control what is displayed in the browser by using the 'display' attribute. But so far, my trials haven't worked.

I have a Repeater control with html inside, & a line like this:

<div style="display:none;"> ETC. </div>

in a normal html file, the contents of the division would not be displayed. But that's not the case for my .aspx file.

Any ideas why this is? I thought this would be a handy trick to use in a pinch.

Thanks,

Dave

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ASP.net outputs HTML. ASP.net is a server-side technology and has no need to comply with a CSS standard. That is up to the browser. ASP.net doesn't provide the ability to add a CSS class to many of its controls, but in the end, it's up to the browser.

If what you are trying doesn't work, then there is a problem with the HTML that is coming out of ASP.net. I have used this technique many times for DHTML and have had no problem (once I worked out the javascript/dhtml bugs). Take a look at the HTML source in the browser and see if there is something interfering with the normal functionality of HTML and the CSS styles.

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