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some invisible parts within collapsible panel extender

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

It sometimes sucks when logicaly one can not find an understandable reason for Asp problems or finding them out always needs a

knowledge which is not available on documentations.

Well problem here is that I use Collapsible panel extender to show a repeater inside a fixed positioned div.

what I get as a result is just header and Item template of repeater. no footer template.

even puting content of footer panel outside repeater but inside collapsible panel doesn't solve the problem.

my code is as following :

<div id="rbkorgenpnl"   style ="position : fixed ; top : 0px; left : 490px; z-index : 100px; ">

<asp:Panel ID="rbkorgExtPnl" runat ="server" Width ="400px" >
<div id="Div7" class="rbkorgddpaneltab">
<a href="#"><span>

Rabatkorgen  <img src="images/css/print0.jpeg" width ="20px" height ="20px" /> <img src="images/css/sms.jpeg" width ="20px" height ="20px"/></span></a>
<asp:Panel ID="rbkorgColPnl" runat ="server" Width ="400px" style="background-image :url(images/frame/bg_rabattkorgen.png); background-repeat :no-repe

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