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Making Matching Client Code Available During Multiview View State Change

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Hi.

In view "firstView" I have some HTML.
When I transition to "secondView", the "firstView" HTML is still
there when I view source even though the "secondView" HTML
has been rendered on the page.

Can somebody please tell me how to get the actual HTML
inside the multiview's view tags to match what the user is
looking at?

Thanks for your patience.

Oct 25 '07 #1
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On Oct 25, 12:24 pm, pbd22 <dush...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi.

In view "firstView" I have some HTML.
When I transition to "secondView", the "firstView" HTML is still
there when I view source even though the "secondView" HTML
has been rendered on the page.

Can somebody please tell me how to get the actual HTML
inside the multiview's view tags to match what the user is
looking at?

Thanks for your patience.
Hi.

Can somebody help?
How do i get the source HTML to match what I am looking at on the
page?

Is this an odd question or easily fixable?

Thanks.

Oct 26 '07 #2

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