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Reply rwilson513 Member 4 Points 36 Posts Re: CSS in Content Page Dec 10, 2010 08:10 PM|rwilson513|LINK I had the same initial problem. If the good folks who wrote ASP.NET had called them LayoutControls instead of MasterPages, then this would have been obvious... :-) You say that you are new to MasterPages, so maybe title, meta tags, js and css links ... Then in your pages you can include extra elements in the head using this Search Latest Articles Latest Tips/Tricks Top Articles Beginner Articles Technical Blogs Posting/Update http://zenlinux.org/css-not/css-not-working-after-postback-in-asp-net.html

The site I'm working on now uses master pages and the style sheet linked to the master is being applied to the content pages without any extra effort. Rick Strahl September 25, 2007 # re: ASP.NET and Styles & CSS Embedding You can add anything to the header in ASP.NET 2.0 by using the Page.Header object. If a question is poorly phrased then either ask for clarification, ignore it, or edit the question and fix the problem. Therefore, the solution I suggested allows him to break the stylesheet up into several more manageable stylesheets which can then be referenced as necessary by the content pages which need them...

The MasterPage does not remain on screen or in memory when you request a new content page... share|improve this answer answered Jul 26 '14 at 3:39 IrishChieftain 12.4k33568 Still not working. –user35 Jul 26 '14 at 3:42 Did you re-compile and empty browser cache? hi Rick , really tanx for replay , but how can i parse parameter to StyleSheet??for example i have a stylesheet.css that it like this : ".head{height: #height;}"that i wanna user Thanks!

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What is the more appropriate adjectival form of Trump? Reply tfsmag Contributor 2063 Points 684 Posts Re: CSS in Content Page Mar 08, 2007 08:47 AM|tfsmag|LINK oops forgot to add teh "media" part None Agel December 24, 2007 # re: ASP.NET and Styles & CSS Embedding @Ben Williams: Might you provide the source control for your TPControl:ThemeCss control? Rick Strahl January 24, 2008 # re: ASP.NET and Styles & CSS Embedding @Ben - not a bad idea for embedding stylesheets but it doesn't do much for themes. Am try this one At Master Page At Content Page

However, this single stylesheet was becoming very large, and not all of the content pages required all of the styles in the sheet... See more: C# ASP.NET C#4.0 Hi Every One I am facing a problem my Style reference added in Master Page is not working in Content Pages, The reference in the content Timed out?