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Cascading Style Sheets in VB.Net

Hi,

I am writing a web based application in VB.Net. A lot of
the forms in the applicaiotn have grids (datagrids) in
them. I would like to have a style sheet which defines
how the headers are going to look. There are going to be
quite a few web applications and we want a similar look
and feel to them all.

So I thought we could use a CSS in order to define how
things looked.

Does anyone have any information on using Cascading Style
Sheets for datagrids?

Pete

Nov 20 '05 #1
5 2104
Cor
Hi Peter,

Normaly we do also webform but there is a special newsgroups for the
datagrid on a webform. I think you can ask this question in that newsgroup
also.

dotnets.aspnet.framework.aspnet.datagrid

Just a hint

Cor
Nov 20 '05 #2
Hi,

You have to add the following line in the <HEAD> section of the html
for you page.
<LINK REL="stylesheet" TYPE="text/css" HREF="myStyleSheet.css">

Ken
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Hi,

I am writing a web based application in VB.Net. A lot of
the forms in the applicaiotn have grids (datagrids) in
them. I would like to have a style sheet which defines
how the headers are going to look. There are going to be
quite a few web applications and we want a similar look
and feel to them all.

So I thought we could use a CSS in order to define how
things looked.

Does anyone have any information on using Cascading Style
Sheets for datagrids?

Pete

Nov 20 '05 #3
Hi Ken,

Thanks. I'' post the question on this newsgroup.

Pete
-----Original Message-----
Hi,

You have to add the following line in the <HEAD> section of the htmlfor you page.
<LINK REL="stylesheet" TYPE="text/css" HREF="myStyleSheet.css">
Ken
---------------
"Peter Walburn" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in messagenews:09****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi,

I am writing a web based application in VB.Net. A lot of the forms in the applicaiotn have grids (datagrids) in
them. I would like to have a style sheet which defines
how the headers are going to look. There are going to be quite a few web applications and we want a similar look
and feel to them all.

So I thought we could use a CSS in order to define how
things looked.

Does anyone have any information on using Cascading Style Sheets for datagrids?

Pete

.

Nov 20 '05 #4
Hi Ken,

Thanks. I'll add that into the <HEAD> section.

Pete
-----Original Message-----
Hi,

You have to add the following line in the <HEAD> section of the htmlfor you page.
<LINK REL="stylesheet" TYPE="text/css" HREF="myStyleSheet.css">
Ken
---------------
"Peter Walburn" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in messagenews:09****************************@phx.gbl...
Hi,

I am writing a web based application in VB.Net. A lot of the forms in the applicaiotn have grids (datagrids) in
them. I would like to have a style sheet which defines
how the headers are going to look. There are going to be quite a few web applications and we want a similar look
and feel to them all.

So I thought we could use a CSS in order to define how
things looked.

Does anyone have any information on using Cascading Style Sheets for datagrids?

Pete

.

Nov 20 '05 #5
hi Cor,

Thanks for that. I'll post the question there.

Pete
-----Original Message-----
Hi Peter,

Normaly we do also webform but there is a special newsgroups for thedatagrid on a webform. I think you can ask this question in that newsgroupalso.

dotnets.aspnet.framework.aspnet.datagrid

Just a hint

Cor
.

Nov 20 '05 #6

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