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I am working on the blog application again and have a very strange problem in the following code. I have embedded an image rotator which is based on flash player in BlogEntries.ascx page. The idea of this is that the blogs can go along with bunch of related photos. The image rotator does not work with the piece of code sitting in the main aspx page as follows. But If I remove the upd_vd update panel from this code everything works fine including the image rotator. My question is what are the impacts to the the blog application if I remove this update panel. I tested the application I can not figure out any impacts...

Thanks for your thoughts.

<asp:UpdatePanelID="upd_vd"runat="server"RenderMode="Inline">
<ContentTemplate>
<divclass="item">
<uc10:BlogEntriesID="BlogEntries"runat="server"/>
</div>
</ContentTemplate>
</asp:UpdatePanel>

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what are the impacts to the the blog application if I remove this update panel
AFAIK, none. The original application didn't use the UpdatePanel so I can only assume you added it there yourself. UpdatePanels are often only used to create a cleaner user experience as they avoid post backs. You should be able to remove it safely...

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