Web form layout

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by bmayer@mnepilepsy.net, Aug 15, 2006.

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    I am creating reports from a database. As part of these reports there
    can be several gridviews of variable length. I tried absolutely
    positioning of the gridviews but the lengths are too variable to make a
    decent looking layout. I then tried Relatively positioned, and could
    not get this to make any sensible layout.

    I then found placeholders and dynamically adding controls. That has
    worked fairly well, except that it is a good deal more work, and now
    looks like it will be a great deal more work for some of the features
    that we need.

    Is relatively positioned something that could help in this case? Any
    pointers to a good tutorial? Any tips from others who have had problems
    with this layout?

    Thank you,

    Ben
     
    , Aug 15, 2006
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