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How to use DIV to include an aspx file?

Posted on 2006-06-29
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hi all,
 i am new to web application. in my default.aspx, i include a user control as the left menu. and i want to use DIV to include an existing aspx file. how to do that?
<div><%@include file="ClientDetails.aspx"%></div> ??
it does not work.

thanks a lot
viola
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Hi Viola,

Have you tried:

<div><!--#include file="ClientDetails.aspx"--></div>

Regards,
Max.
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hi,
i solve this problem by drag the file into the div in design mode.

max, i tried your solution but it does not work.

thanks a lot
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Well...you're welcome :) Sorry I wasn't more helpfull...

Regards,
Max.
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