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Using multiview, without post back is it possible to move to other views.

Posted on 2012-03-26
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I have the following code.
In view 1, there are images of products.
In view 2, there are images of fabrics.
In view 3, the combination of both the things come.

The page always gets postback Can this code be written in much better way,
Default2.aspx.cs
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why dont you wrap your multiview in an updatepanel and it will be ajaxified and the problem of regular postback will go away

hope this helps!
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