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LeftMargin parameter

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Hi,

I don't understand why on several asp.net pages I get errors with vs.net
2003 about parameters.

With the intellisense I don't have the LeftMargin parameter with the <body>
tag, same thing with Background parameter with the <td> tag.

Stan
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Those are deprecated attributes that you shouldn't really be using
anymore when you can use stylesheets instead. However, if you want to
use them for whatever reason then go right ahead, you can just ignore
the errors in VS.

-Jason

Stan Sainte-Rose wrote:
Hi,

I don't understand why on several asp.net pages I get errors with vs.net
2003 about parameters.

With the intellisense I don't have the LeftMargin parameter with the <body>
tag, same thing with Background parameter with the <td> tag.

Stan

Nov 18 '05 #2

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In fact, I ve removed this line
<meta content="http://schemas.microsoft.com/intellisense/ie5
name="vs_targetSchema">
and the problem was there..

Stan
"Jason DeFontes" <ja***@defontes.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
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Those are deprecated attributes that you shouldn't really be using
anymore when you can use stylesheets instead. However, if you want to
use them for whatever reason then go right ahead, you can just ignore
the errors in VS.

-Jason

Stan Sainte-Rose wrote:
Hi,

I don't understand why on several asp.net pages I get errors with vs.net
2003 about parameters.

With the intellisense I don't have the LeftMargin parameter with the <body> tag, same thing with Background parameter with the <td> tag.

Stan

Nov 18 '05 #3

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