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Old September 25th, 2006, 03:47 PM
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Hi All :-)

I'm new to ASP.Net 2.0 - we just upgraded our system and are still working out some of the kinks from the conversion.

I have created a Master page in the main root of the Project. We use lots of sub-directories for all the different types of pages we have - i.e., one for Common pages, one for Financials, one for Controls and so on. I am trying to create/convert content pages that reside in these sub directories. When I do this, the Master pages images show up as the dreaded X. How can I link my content pages to my Master page where my Master page is at the Root level and the content pages are in different sub-directories?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. TIA,

Coleen
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I had the same problem before. Try to use the absolute path for the images on the master page.

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