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Stylesheet for ASP.NET tab control problem.

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I got a stylesheet to format an ASP.NET Tab Control.  Works pretty good except for the middle tab has an extra line.  See attached picture.Picture of the tabsPicture of the tabs
http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/uploadfile/raghavau/css-style-sheet-for-ajax-tabcontainer-control-in-Asp-Net-2-0/
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by:Element1910
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I think it's trying to repeat.

Set the Tab Active section to no repeat.

/*Tab Active*/
.Tab .ajax__tab_active .ajax__tab_tab
{
    color: #ffffff;
    background:url("../../tab_active.gif") no-repeat;
    height:20px;
}

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by:Element1910
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Nevermind, that won't work...hrm. I gotta head home for now, but when I get home, I'll try and provide a solution.
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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The images provide exactly zero information.  What browser? some? all? just one?  Post a link to the page otherwise it is not likely you will get a solution.

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by:Roopesh Reddy
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Hi,

Moreover, i suggest you to use Web Browser Development Tools to debug the issue. Almost all browsers support it!

IE /Chrome - Press F12(Development Tools)
Firefox - Firebug


http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Internet_Email/Web_Browsers/Internet_Explorer/A_10330-Developer-Tools-provided-by-Microsoft-IE-9-web-browser.html

Hope it helps u...
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Thanks for your input.  Unfortunately, now that I revisited the site the problem does not exist, and nothing on the site has been changed.  That makes me wonder if such an error can be generated by something local to the computer it is being viewed on?  I am using the same computer, but it has been rebooted since I last worked on the problem.  Any thoughts?
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wonder if such an error can be generated by something local to the computer it is being viewed on?

Yes.  Virtually all rendering is dependent on local settings.  The page is just meta data for the browser to use for building the document object. Local user settings have priority over code.

The hardest thing in web development is writing code that does not get screwed up by the os, browser, or user; and manages to migrate across versions without a re-write.

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