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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 : in C# and VB BOOK ISBN: 978-0-470-18759-3
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Default Smart Tasks Panel? Where is it?

Hello:

I've just added the code on page 201 under

<asp:ContentPlaceHolder ID="cpMainContent" runat="server">
This is default text that appears in 'content pages'
that do not explicitly override it.
</asp:ContentPlaceHolder>

The books states you can open the content control's smart tasks panel shown in figure 6-6 but I can't find that ??

Rachel
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Hi Rachel,

Right under the code you posted from page 201 you'll see this:
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When you base a new page on this master page, you won't see this default at first in Markup View. However, you can open the Content control's Smart Tasks panel, shown in Figure 6-6, and choose Default to Master's Content.
So, you'll see this Smart Task panel for a Content control in a Content page, not in the master page.

Hope this helps,

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Hi Rachel,

Right under the code you posted from page 201 you'll see this:

So, you'll see this Smart Task panel for a Content control in a Content page, not in the master page.

Hope this helps,

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I don't understand. what page are you showing in figure 6-6? I was looking at the login page.

Edit: I didn't see it before for some reason, but now I do.

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As the page directly above the figure says, this is just "a page" based on the master page...

However, in the TIO on page 198 and further you add a page based on a Master (Default.aspx) so you should see the same Smart Tasks panel there...

Hope this heps,

Imar


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