Gridview Publish Error

Posted on 2012-08-15
Last Modified: 2012-08-16

I have VS 2010 on Windows 7, I created an site and have a detailview in it, now when I run the page on my computer, it displays the way I made it.  But, after I publish it, the Detailview does not display the same.

What could be the issue with it????

Any idea?
Question by:Rad1
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    Expert Comment

    Css I guess. Where are the Css files referred from? is there any difference in the path?
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    Accepted Solution

    JavaScript can effect it, too!  Also, if it is not CSS, it could be the .NET Framework.  Compare the .NET Framework you are working in and the .NET Framework on the Server!

    Ryan F

    Author Closing Comment

    Yes, I deleted the CSS and recreated it.  Thank you.
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    Expert Comment

    Just for my information. What solved the issue? Deleting the css and recreating it?

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