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I have a web User control and I am curious how one adds CSS to it....everything I have tried, doesnt seem to work...
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What do you mean by adding CSS to it? If you use it on another page, it gets turned into markup that is displayed within that page, so it will effectively inherit whatever CSS the page is using.
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As a tangible example, let's say I have a page that made use of a stylesheet which had the following class:

.thisIsBlue
{
    color: blue;
}

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Let's also say that I have a UserControl that has a Label, and this label has its CssClass set to "thisIsBlue"; I also insert an instance of the UC into the page's designer. Since the UC will be turned into markup that is inserted within the markup of the page, when the page is rendered, the Label's rendered text will be displayed in blue.
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P.S.

You won't be able to see this effect in the VS designer for the UC. There may be a way to specify the stylesheet the UC will use in the end (for testing purposes), but I am not certain--not that I've looked incredibly hard for it. I usually just try running the page to see the output  = )
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Hi Kaufmed,

I add CssClass="format_controls" to all the controls including the UC...but at runtime all the controls format correctly except the UC, which I found weird...the CSS didnt impact it at all...
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And the page hosting the UC has the appropriate stylesheet imported?
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