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BOOK: ASP.NET MVC Website Programming Problem Design Solution ISBN: 9780470410950
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Old January 27th, 2010, 04:22 PM
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They are meant to be separate but you really don't need the input. You could probably replace all those <p class="field input"> with <p class="field"> and everything would work fine. Visual Studio also has issues sometimes with the designer not updating new classes from stylesheets.
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OK, that works and rids VS from showing a warning, but will the jquery in the global.js still be found.

Thanks for this, sorry for being a stickler for this bt I'm almost finished chapter 5 and there seems to so much good stuff in this that can be used acrross all applications, and appears to be the meat of all of MVC.
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Yes, it will still work. If you look at the jquery it is saying to grab all form input fields with a class of field (.field says look for a class with the name of field).

$("form .field :input").blur(function () { HideMessage(this); });
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