Master page/content page postback problem
I have the following scenario:
I am using a masterpage (masterpage.master) which contains a textbox and two Imagebuttons as server controls. I tried some non-input content pages using this master page and everything is OK.
However, I have recently added a new content page which consists of an <asp:Wizard> and its steps, one of which contains <asp:textbox>es and some validation controls. The problem I am encountering, is: if the initial value of the textbox(es) is, say "abc" (set in <asp:WizardStep> html), even if I type this value to say, "hello" (when running) and put a breakpoint in the content page's Page_load to see the value after postback, it is still given as "abc" (even though I have typed "hello" in the textbox(es)).
I also noticed incidentally that if I remove 'EnableEventValidation="false"' from the masterpage, I get "Invalid postback or callback argument" error.
What I do not understand is that if I remove the master page (or use a different page with the content pasted in and no masterpage included) the change is registered after postback.
Could anyone please help?
Thanks in advance,
OK! Solved the problem...it was that the master page had a <form runat="server"> and a redundant <form> (without the runat="server"; which came from the template I used) deeper down, which when removed, made everything work correctly!
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