Can we change the page layout in ASP.NET 2.0 as Grid Layout
like in previous version
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Answer / nitin
Yes From The IDE of Visual Studio net
There is Option by which you can change the layout of your
Select Tool Menu Item then
Select Option Item in Tool Menu then
IN HTML DESIGNER Node then
in CSS Positioning then
Then Select Changed Positioning and
Select select the Absolutely Positioned then Press OK
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Answer / addy
Vsual studio 2005 encourage Flow Layout where content grow
and shrink dynamically, but we can get back to grid layout
by inline CSS style, like-
<asp:Button id="btn" style="POSITION: absolute;left: 100px;
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