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Datalist and Repeater in Firefox Displays Erratically

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Problem----------I've narrowed this down to ONLY happening in FireFox. I've troubleshooted this for hours, and endlessly searched Google for a solution and absolutely cannot find one.DOES NOT occur in IE, Chrome or Safari (Windows), in these browsers it renders normally.So randomly when my category page renders about 50% of the time, the products in the middle of all of the other products on the page are rendered out of position, almost as if the tags closed to early and disorients the whole page.My original layout consists of my products on our website displayed using a asp:repeater with the items wrapped in a anchor tag (asp:LinkButton) with display: block, float: left, and width and height are set.My modified layout consists of a datalist with the items wrapped in a asp:LinkButton, display: block, width and height set, and NO float.I've tried moving the databinding to Page_Init, Page_Load, Page_Prerender, and Page_LoadComplete and also tried it in each one with "If IsPostBack" and "If Not IsPostBack"None of the modification I made resolved the issue. Remember, it randomly happens, and the other times in renders how it suppose to.URL To Check Problem--------------------STEP 1: navigat to http://shopbelieve.com/STEP 2: Click "Supporters Shop Now"STEP 3: Select "Colorado" from dropdown, then start typing "Believe Elementa


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