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Using VS2010, I created an ASP.NET 4.0 web application and simply added a couple of menu items below the "Home" menu item in the master page that's created by the project wizard. I made no other changes - no code, no stylesheet changes.
If I run the app locally then everything is fine. I suspect because the local IIS is responsive enough for the problem not to occur.
If I deploy the app to a web host (discountasp.net) then I see the menu render vertically for less than a second before it renders correctly. If I refresh the page a few times then usually I can see the menu vertical flash but sometimes I can't, so there's some sort of timing consideration.
I'm using IE8. The problem doesn't seem to occur with either Firefox 3 or Chrome.
Have others seen this problem?
Any suggestions for a fix?
I can supply the zipped up project if anyone wants it.
I hope you can help me, I tried Google, but none of the solutions worked. Using VB.net and Membership, I have a login control in my master page with a remember me check box. When I check this box and login, some pages indicate that I am not logged in. If I go to another page, it will then indicate that I am still logged in. I have isolated one page that always indicates I am not logged in the first time I visit it, but if log in a second time and then go to it, it will finally recognize me as a user that is properly logged in.
Some pages that this occurs on is in the top level, some pages are in a sub folder.
My MasterPage has the following Form Code:
<body bgcolor="#E0ECF9" topmargin="0" leftmargin="0">
<form id="form1" runat="server">
My Aspx file has a troubleshooting label, several Gridviews and several DetailViews:
<asp:Label ID="lblErRep" runat="server" Text=""></asp:Label>
My aspx.vb file has 1 line of code (Protec
Does a project exist for grouping user controls? Visual Studio 2005 had this template but it does not appear to exist in 2008.
We will be creating several User Controls and would like them grouped accordingly.
Thanks in advance for any responses.