xhtmlconformance legacy to strict


i'm planning to change xhtmlconformance legacy to strict in our web application
its a full fledged application with master pages server controls usercontrols etc
when we make it strict some of our pages got stuck so i need to know what basic changes i need to do to make sure 95% of application is working in one go rest i can deal page wise

my application was first built in asp.net 1.1 then we shifted it to 2.0

one major change i found out that control's name will contain $ instead of :
_ctl0:cpHolder:rdoWSSListType will be changed to ctl0$cpHolder$rdoWSSListType

also changes.txt contains some more changes

any other changes will be highly appreciated
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Rakesh JaiminiAsked:
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Rakesh JaiminiAuthor Commented:
Hi masterpass,

i have seen this link earlier

i think i have covered almost all the changes in changes.txt

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