Thanks for the direction push. Changed the display: table; to display: block; and the breadcrumb came around, but was centered, even though in the CSS I specified text-align: left on the SiteMapPath. Change the CSS associated with the SiteMapPath to display: block; and all is well.
I did try inserting extra close tags for div and table, but that had no effect.
Didn't think I would have to look at the generated code as much as I did, but seems only way to really track down translation... Could be, I don't 100% understand the whole asp:Menu control yet...
I'm having an error in my application that is confusing me.
The error is this one:
Could not find a part of the path "C:\CrkBusinessplatform\Aplicacao\Publico\sistemas\ccs\CRK.Monitores\sistemas\ccs\CRK.Monitores\monitor_arquivos\xslt\ACCS001.xslt"
Here are the facts: The correct path would be C:\CrkBusinessplatform\Aplicacao\Publico\sistemas\ccs\CRK.Monitores\xslt\ACCS001.xslt -> A part of the path is coming twice.
The archive ACCS001 is in this correct path.
The code line of the error is like this:
I'm using .NET 1.1 on IIS 6.
The folder CRK.Monitores is a virtual directory in IIS. So the code should return the right path, right?
Oh, one more thing. The DLL of this page is the same here and there(I have checked it). And the error does not occur here.
I am developing website for online garment (clothing) store. I need to change the clothes(not color) of the person(control-image may be!) dynamically. for eg. he can be made to wear shirt and pants, shirt, pants and overcoat, suit, formals, etc.... I dont know where to start from. Is it possible in asp.net? Please help
I have a web form for registration. After enter required username, i need to check whether it is already using by another user. So i need to disable the remaining components on the page until the completion of the checking.
Can any body please help me?
Few companies that installed computers to reduce the employment of clerks have realized their expectations.... They now need more and more expensive clerks even though they call them "Developers" or "Programmers."