Many   characters added to markup

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Building Controls' started by Neil8Ken, Apr 23, 2008.

  1. Neil8Ken

    Neil8Ken Guest

    We are experiencing a serious problem with custom server controls in the web
    designer of VS2008. When we perform an action within the designer that causes
    the markup to be updated, there are many characters and spaces inserted in
    between the tags of the server control. For example:

    <cc1:TextField ID="TextField1"> </TextField>

    As we continue to work within the designer, the 's quickly multiply until
    there are hundreds and then thousands of them. If we insert some text between
    the tags, the text is also duplicated. I have seen posts on other forums
    about this problem but no solution. Are others experiencing this problem and,
    if so, is there a workaround or solution?

    Neil Aitken
    Ceridian
     
    Neil8Ken, Apr 23, 2008
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  2. Neil8Ken

    Neil8Ken Guest

    This question was replaced by another question since the non-breaking space
    characters were not posted within the text.

    "Neil8Ken" wrote:

    > We are experiencing a serious problem with custom server controls in the web
    > designer of VS2008. When we perform an action within the designer that causes
    > the markup to be updated, there are many characters and spaces inserted in
    > between the tags of the server control. For example:
    >
    > <cc1:TextField ID="TextField1"> </TextField>
    >
    > As we continue to work within the designer, the 's quickly multiply until
    > there are hundreds and then thousands of them. If we insert some text between
    > the tags, the text is also duplicated. I have seen posts on other forums
    > about this problem but no solution. Are others experiencing this problem and,
    > if so, is there a workaround or solution?
    >
    > Neil Aitken
    > Ceridian
     
    Neil8Ken, Apr 23, 2008
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