RadStyleSheetManager in the header section

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  1. CSurieux
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    Jan 2007

    Posted 11 Feb 2011 Link to this post

    Hello,

    I come back to some of my code from 2009 and found that the RadStyleSheetManager is placed in the header section.
    What was the advantage of this and is it still recommended for asp.net 4.0 ?

    I recently found that my web application compiled with .net 3.5 but with .net 4 installed on the production server and with a Telerik version from 12/2010 is generating very large Viewstates and long load time.

    I am porting it to ASP.Net 4 and checking every detail concerning compression and scripts combining.

    Best regards
    CS
  2. Peter
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    Posted 14 Feb 2011 Link to this post

    Hi Christian,

    There is no need to place RadStyleSheetManager in the header section. Could your code be as a result of trying to workaround the following known issue from a previous version? -

    http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/aspnet-ajax/scriptmanager-and-stylesheetmanager/353467.aspx

    Do you experience any problems if you use RadStyleSheetManager within the form tags?



    Greetings,
    Peter
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  4. CSurieux
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    Posted 24 Feb 2011 Link to this post

    Hi Peter,

    In fact it is the Telerik extensions fo Visual studio 2010 which generate this for a Telerik Web Application template !
    Why ?

    here is the generated code
    <%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="Default.aspx.cs" Inherits="Default" %>
      
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
      
    <head runat="server">
        <title>MS CRM SPLA Provisioning</title>
        <telerik:RadStyleSheetManager id="RadStyleSheetManager1" runat="server" />
        <link href="CRMSPProvStyle.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
    </head>
    <body>
        <form id="form1" runat="server">
        <telerik:RadScriptManager ID="RadScriptManager1" runat="server">
            <Scripts>
                <%--Needed for JavaScript IntelliSense in VS2010--%>
                <%--For VS2008 replace RadScriptManager with ScriptManager--%>
                <asp:ScriptReference Assembly="Telerik.Web.UI" Name="Telerik.Web.UI.Common.Core.js" />
                <asp:ScriptReference Assembly="Telerik.Web.UI" Name="Telerik.Web.UI.Common.jQuery.js" />
                <asp:ScriptReference Assembly="Telerik.Web.UI" Name="Telerik.Web.UI.Common.jQueryInclude.js" />
            </Scripts>
        </telerik:RadScriptManager>
        <script type="text/javascript">
            //Put your JavaScript code here.
        </script>
        <telerik:RadAjaxManager ID="RadAjaxManager1" runat="server">
        </telerik:RadAjaxManager>
       
        <telerik:RadSkinManager ID="RadSkinManager1" Runat="server" Skin="Web20">
        </telerik:RadSkinManager>


    Before using this I must understand, as I have many problems with Wiewstate compression and page compression and CDN and Framework 4, AND TELERIK....


    Best regards
    CS
  5. Peter
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    Posted 02 Mar 2011 Link to this post

    Hello Christian,

    The reason why RadStyleSheetManager is in the head is because it renders link tags. For XHTML compliance, link tags should be in the head of the page. I hope this answers your question.

    Best wishes,
    Peter
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