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Server.Transfer + CSS

Posted on 2003-10-21
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Hi,
I'm using Server.Transfer (with VB.Net in the code-behind) to send info to a new page, but when the new page is loaded all of the CSS info is missing (meaning that no styles are applied).  A click on any of the controls in the new page posts-back and styles are applied again, just as I expected them to be the first time...does anyone know why styles fail to apply on the initial transfer to the new page?

Thanks in advance,
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Server.Transfer does not modify the URL. It is still the same as the page that initialted the request. So if

http://localhost/Page1.aspx 

calls Server.Transfer("Folder1/Page2.aspx")

The URL location will still be http://localhost/Page1.aspx

So if your CSS file location is some relative path to some folder that is not in the same folder as Page2.aspx, then it can't load.
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Great! Thanks!
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