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Default passing parameters to user control

can you help...I'm stuck.

I've built a user control which takes an attribute from the calling page...eg;

<uc2:linksintag ID="Linksintag1" runat="server" tag="shops" />

then in my .ascx file i have;

<h3><asp:HyperLink ID="HyperLink2" runat="server" NavigateUrl="tag.aspx?tag=<%=tag %>"><%=tag %></asp:HyperLink></h3>

now, when i mouse over the link that gets displayed i see tag.aspx?tag=<%=tag %> in the address bar....but the next but <%=tag %> displays the value set from the calling page as i'd expect

so my question is how do i get it to use the parameter in the asp:Hyperlink navigateURL attribute?

thanks

john.











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