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Duncan Welch
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      12-09-2004
I've got a very simple bit of code that needs to work with IE, Firefox, and
Opera on the PC and the Mac:
Sound Bite: <asp:TextBox ID="txtEditSoundBite" Width=500 height=600
TextMode="MultiLine" Runat="server" />

On IE on the mac and PC, it renders fine as I'd expect:
Sound Bite: <textarea name="txtEditSoundBite" id="txtEditSoundBite"
style="height:600px;width:500px;"></textarea>

If you're not using IE (silly as this seems!) it seems to "forget" the
inline style:
Sound Bite: <textarea name="txtEditSoundBite"
id="txtEditSoundBite"></textarea>

Anyone come across this before and managed to fix it without creating
external stylesheets? Or have I just missed something really obvious?

Thanks in advance,

Duncan


 
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      12-09-2004
Sounds like it might be the old send down html version 3.0 code to non IE
broswers problem.
I have a fix for that on my site, www.tirnaog.com, in the forums section
under VB.net look for ;
Getting your .NET site to look better in NON IE browsers!
The code in there needs to be put in the web.config file.

Hope it helps.
Deasun

"Duncan Welch" wrote:

> I've got a very simple bit of code that needs to work with IE, Firefox, and
> Opera on the PC and the Mac:
> Sound Bite: <asp:TextBox ID="txtEditSoundBite" Width=500 height=600
> TextMode="MultiLine" Runat="server" />
>
> On IE on the mac and PC, it renders fine as I'd expect:
> Sound Bite: <textarea name="txtEditSoundBite" id="txtEditSoundBite"
> style="height:600px;width:500px;">

 
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      12-09-2004
This thread contains the answer:
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"Duncan Welch" <(E-Mail Removed)9.co.uk> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> I've got a very simple bit of code that needs to work with IE, Firefox,
> and
> Opera on the PC and the Mac:
> Sound Bite: <asp:TextBox ID="txtEditSoundBite" Width=500 height=600
> TextMode="MultiLine" Runat="server" />
>
> On IE on the mac and PC, it renders fine as I'd expect:
> Sound Bite: <textarea name="txtEditSoundBite" id="txtEditSoundBite"
> style="height:600px;width:500px;"></textarea>
>
> If you're not using IE (silly as this seems!) it seems to "forget" the
> inline style:
> Sound Bite: <textarea name="txtEditSoundBite"
> id="txtEditSoundBite"></textarea>
>
> Anyone come across this before and managed to fix it without creating
> external stylesheets? Or have I just missed something really obvious?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Duncan
>
>



 
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