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When i request a different pages,It will go to correct page what i have requested, but the URL still shows same, its not showing anything other than USERLOGIN.aspx.
 
when it was in Java script, it was working fine. But after we implementing CSS3 , it is showing like that.
 
Please help me to resolve this.,
Posted 5-Feb-13 2:00am
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Ankur\m/ at 5-Feb-13 7:09am
   
How did you redirect before and how are you doing it now?
Prabaharan T at 5-Feb-13 7:24am
   
i haven't change any .cs coding here. I have used same Response.redirect ., The only thing i have changed is using CSS3 for better look and feel
sjelen at 5-Feb-13 7:12am
   
Use 'Improve question' and give us an example of your code (html, javaScript, css3)
Prabaharan T at 5-Feb-13 7:28am
   
Jelen, I have 259 aspx pages , so i couldn't give all. As i mentioned earlier, i haven't modified anything in my code(.cs). why it has happened when i implementing CSS., If i couldn't give a clear idea, sorry for that.,
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Solution 2


Prabaharan T wrote:
i haven't change any .cs coding here. I have used same Response.redirect ., The only thing i have changed is using CSS3 for better look and feel

Changing styles have no effect on browser URL. There is something weird going on then. Check if you have replaced Response.Redirect with Server.Transfer? Also put a debugger and check current path and URL referrer on the required pages.
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Edo Tzumer at 5-Feb-13 7:44am
   
Ahmm, good thinking ... 5+
Ankur\m/ at 5-Feb-13 7:52am
   
Thank you!
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Solution 1

1) You might have an iframe there
2) You might have a virus
3) Use IE9 Developer Toolbar or Fiddler to see network activity. The first one can be also used to check the DOM structure.
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Prabaharan T at 5-Feb-13 7:23am
   
yeah, i have an iframe , but before also i have used the same iframe in XSL. It was working fine, why not working now?
Zoltán Zörgő at 5-Feb-13 7:26am
   
You will see the outer frame's (master dom's) url in the browser, never the iframe's url. If you want to change parent frame's url, just use <a href="blabla" target="_parent">link</a> or <a href="blabla" target="_top">link</a> if there is a multi-level nesting.
Prabaharan T at 5-Feb-13 7:29am
   
Ok , thank you ., i'll try., thanks for your time
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Solution 3

may be,
you are using Server.Transfer for page redirecting
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