In ASP.NET there is no built-in support for parsing CSS files, so you will
need to write your own pr.
Mmm... what exactly do you mean by this? I'm not much familiar with the>>> My asp.net app is using IE WebControls TabStrips which don't support css
>>> from a file.
TabStrip control but I'm guessing it derives directly or indirectly from
System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebControl which has a CssClass property where you
can specify the css class to use. Isn't this useful to you?
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"Alphonse Giambrone" <NOSPAMa-giamexample.invalid> wrote in message
news:e3GpLGxWEHA.4020TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...needed.> Using vb.net.
> Can anyone provide some insight or examples of reading a css file.
> I want to be able to read the name/value pairs for some classes.
> My asp.net app is using IE WebControls TabStrips which don't support css
> from a file. That makes is a chore to change all the tab styles whena> I finally figured out how to set the tab styles via code, so that does
> simplify it some. It would be even better if I could read the styles from> css file so I don't need to change code to change the tab styles.
> Alphonse Giambrone
> Email: a-giam at customdatasolutions dot us