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Aug 29, 2006 03:49 PM|LINK
It would be incredibly helpful if someone can come up with a way to make this CSS control adapters thing a plug in directly in Visual Studio. The problem I have is that I'm not an expert with .NET coding (semi-competent and continuing to
learn [:)]) but I'm in a position where I, with a few others am responsible for producing the .NET templates for our department. Now, our departmental standard is that we should be using CSS for layout rather than tables, and therefore unless we're using the
CSS friendly adapters, you get some tables thrown in at some times.
What I really want is something I can plug into my Visual Studio installation (or to the .NET web servers as appropriate) that will automatically pick up the fact that we want to use the CSS options for all browsers, under all circumstances
and let us just go ahead and write our own styles as normal (i.e. in a nice, consistent, standards-compliant way).
Failing that, I'd settle for something a lot simpler than this demo, which I'm not really following very well ... I can see what it's doing but not how to use this myself.
All I want to do is have my controls rendered, in all circumstances, using css-type rendering (<div>, <li> and the like), and I'll happily worry about the style in my own stylesheet providing I can find out what the various elements it uses are called. Can
someone please help...