Textboxes in ASP.NET
I am submitting this question again, there was a typing error, it was not
clear that using IE everything works fine.
I discovered that if you put a textbox on a webform that the size of the
when rendered in Netscape is not included. If I access the page in IE and
then save the rendered HTML, Netscape works fine on the saved html. Why
is the ASP.NET server side code stripping the textbox size ?
Re: Textboxes in ASP.NET
"kwdsm" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> I discovered that if you put a textbox on a webform that the size of the
> when rendered in Netscape is not included. If I access the page in IE and
> then save the rendered HTML, Netscape works fine on the saved html. Why
> is the ASP.NET server side code stripping the textbox size ?
Web server controls have a rich object model and automatically handle two
classes of browsers, "up-level" and "down-level". The up-level browsers support
ECMAScript 1.2, HTML 4.0, CSS, and the Microsoft Document Object Model. Browsers
that don't support all of these protocols are classified as down-level browsers,
even though Netscape 6 is by no means a down-level browser.
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