How to deploy ASP.NET 4.0 Menu control, on a server running ASP.NET 3.5

Posted on 2011-04-27
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I am developing a site using .Net 4.0 with VWD2010. The included style sheet looks great so I decided to use it. However when I deployed a test page to my host server, the menu styling does not work (all of the other styling is preserved). My host service provided has no plans to upgrade to 4.0 at this time. Any suggestions?
Question by:Strawdog101
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    Accepted Solution

    No You can't. You should have 4.0 installed in ur server / downgrade ur app.

    Author Comment

    Hi. Thanks for quick response. I really need to stick with 4.0 because of some of the other features. I'm wondering is there an alternate menu styling out there that I could use to replace the one in the included 4.0 style sheet  that will work in 3.5, or some other workaround.

    Author Closing Comment

    OK, I guess I'll go with that solution. I'll need to move my site to another hosting service that supports 4.0

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