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  1. In Topic: Control's Property doesn't render in IE10 or later version.

    Posted 16 Jan 2014

    View Postandrewsw, on 16 January 2014 - 07:23 PM, said:

    The correct rendering should be:
    <span id="lblName" style="width: 300px;"></span>


    What I view in IE10/IE11 is

    <span id="lblName"></span>

    Actually I've tried out a way that it does work.

    It is to set the property in the sytle attrubute at first,just like

    <asp:Label id="lblName" runat="server" style="width:300px;"></asp:Label>

    But I still wonder how the situation happen.

    By the way , I did set <!DOCTYPE HTML> at first line , does it count as the HTML declaration?
  2. In Topic: How to update after the web service has been changed ?

    Posted 20 Apr 2013

    View PostBetaWar, on 19 April 2013 - 01:45 PM, said:

    This question is quite vague making it hard to answer properly,.......

    BetaWar,Thanks for your response.

    I'm sorry the question is too vague to make you misunderstand.

    So let me try to explain it more clear.

    My website has included a web service.

    Usually , when we want to join a web service , we'll type in the web service's URL at first.

    For example , the URL might seem like 「」

    But the URL might be changed into 「」 a few months later.

    Then I just remove the orginal web service in my website, and rejoin the web service by new URL .

    Then I deploy this website again.

    So here is my question. If I want to update my website, should I just update the bin directory that I've deployed?

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