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Using the operator ~ asp.net in Client Elements.

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How can I use the operator ~ in Client Elements.

I need to use the operator ~ in client elements like is used in asp.net server controls.
By example :
1)      Writing javascript code:  parent.location.href('~/Pages/Test.aspx');
2)      body1.Style.Add("background-image", "url(~/imagens/back_logo_co.jpg)");

I was using Request.ApplicationPath but not worked.

Thanks for your help.
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Have a read of http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms178116.aspx,.  This describes it all.

HTH
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by:gonzalogn
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Dear mrwad99,

The link is the same of Microsoft documentation help but not resolving my problem.

I found the solution myself,  the method ResolveClientUrl(“~”), but only works in .NET Framework version 2.0

The Microsoft documentation sometimes is difficult to find alternatives options.
By example: I was seeking the ~ asp.net operator and doesn’t have any link alternative documentation to find ResolveClientUrl or ResolveUrl.

Thanks anyway!
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OK, if you have found the solution, request refund of your points in community support :)
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