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Datalist question

Posted on 2006-12-01
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I am working with the following datalist and it's giving me a problem.  


    <asp:Datalist ID="dlBB" align="center" Width="95%" OnItemCreated="DataList_ItemCreated" runat="server">
        <HeaderTemplate>
            <table class="bordered" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0" width="100%">
            <tr class="header_row">
                <th colspan="3" class="h_12">Blackberry</th>
            </tr>
            <tr class="subheader_row">
                <th class="b_9" width="250">Device Count</th>
                <th class="b_9" colspan="2">Hierarchy</th>
            </tr>
        </HeaderTemplate>
       
        <ItemTemplate>
            <tr onmouseover="style.backgroundColor='#FFFFCC'" onmouseout="style.backgroundColor=''">
                <td class="r_10" width="100"><%# Container.Dataitem("DeviceCount")%>&nbsp;</td>
                <td class="r_10" colspan="2"><%#CommonFunctions.CommonFunctions.GetHierarchy(Container.DataItem("Hierarchy"))%>&nbsp;</td>
            </tr>
        </ItemTemplate>
       
       <FooterTemplate>
            <tr>
              <td>
                  <asp:Label ID="lblBBTotal" CssClass="b_10" runat="server" />
              </td>
              <td colspan="2" align="right">
                <a class="reglink" href="HierarchyReport.aspx?vendor=<%=lblVendor.text%>&action=HierarchyReportBB" target="_blank">Download Excel Report</a>
              </td>
            </tr>
            </table>
        </FooterTemplate>
    </asp:Datalist>


For whatever reason, it's putting an extra <td> tag around the <itemtemplate>, like such:
<tr><td>
            --contents of the item template
                <td class="r_10" width="100">1&nbsp;</td>
                <td class="r_10" colspan="2">F - TS & F&nbsp;</td>
 </td></tr>

It's screwing up my css and driving me nuts.  Any thoughts?

Thanks,

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Question by:stretch73
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by:hclgroup
ID: 18056034
In what way is it messing with your CSS?
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by:stretch73
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It's making the border double as thick as it is supposed to be
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by:AmNoGeek
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Is the cellpadding="2" causing it?
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by:stretch73
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Changing the cellpadding didn't change anything.  I think it's something to do with the way the Datalist generates HTML.  I changed one of the datalists to a repeater control and it worked fine.
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by:stretch73
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In the interest of time, I just changed all of the datalists to repeater controls which seems to have fixed the problem.  Apparently it renders HTML differently which is why I was getting extra tags.
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