absolute positioning in vs 2008

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Controls' started by rahul gupta, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. rahul gupta

    rahul gupta Guest

    hey friends i was using vs 2008 for windows app earlier.
    but when i moved to asp.net web site page development.
    i was unable to adjust my controls.
    vs 2008 by defalut takes conrol in flow layout.
    this situation is fucking man.
    the only solution i came to know after hours of googling is that we
    have to individually set each postion type to absolute position.
    this is not a permanent solution
    so i have to shift to vs 2005 where we have layout position ang we can
    by default set each and every control to absolute positioning.
    but i want to work in vs 2008 ...is there any permanent solution to
    this prob.??????
     
    rahul gupta, Aug 20, 2010
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  2. It makes sense for web apps in most cases. I guess, that's why Microsoft
    choose to use flow layout as a default.
    Tools, Options, HTML Designer, CSS Styling, Change positioning to
    absolute for controls added using Toolbox, paste or drag and drop.

    Best regards,
    Klaus
     
    Klaus Moedinger, Sep 4, 2010
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