Last post Jun 04, 2007 12:24 PM by jmg_83
May 29, 2007 10:02 AM|jmg_83|LINK
I've got a login control at the top of my master page that operates off the CSS adapters. All very nice. However, I'd like an independent login page where I can redirect 403 traffic. Unfortunately, if I drag the login control onto the page it comes out exactly
the same as the flat one on the top of other pages. Design considerations aside, is it possible to get a login (or any other) control to render in two different ways using the adapters?
Jun 02, 2007 08:42 AM|Rasetti|LINK
There is a way to disable the adapter on a per-page basis, just have a look at this post:
Jun 04, 2007 12:24 PM|jmg_83|LINK
Thanks for that, didn't realise you could do that.
Do you think I could put a select case statement into the adapter code that would alter how it was rendered/assembled? Otherwise I'm probably looking at writing a custom control, which isn't exactly ideal for me time wise.
MS need to do more to cater for front end functionality/flexibility... I've spent 6 months with .NET so far and that has to be my biggest gripe. I don't see the rationale behind obscuring the rendering for developers, as it's important too and all the time
I'm saving with VS 2005 I'm doubly losing with UI drawbacks.