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Anchor TAG '<A href=' not working with ASP.NET Master Page

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Hi,

I am using the following code but when I preview in internet explorer, the image is not displaying, but if I remove the Anchor TAG, the image is displaying properly. I am using VS Studio 2008 and the page is having Master Page, the following code is written in Child page.

                     <td>
                            <a href="Downloads/Registration.pdf">
                            <img src="Images/PDF.png" height="24" width="24" /></a>
                        </td>

Can anyone please suggest?

Thanks
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Is it possible that you are inheriting some sort of css styling that is messing up your link?
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by:spatel208
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How do I check?

Infect I not using the CSS in Master Page.

Thanks
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by:spatel208
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Yes you are right. Thanks it works now..
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