Slider in Update Panel & Custom Skin

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  1. nyyroyer
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    Feb 2009

    Posted 20 Feb 2009 Link to this post

    I am creating a project with a slider in an update panel.  On load of the initial page the content (including the slider) is invisible.  Once data is entered by the user, the update panel is then refreshed and shown.  All of the controls and data show, except for the slider. The slider has the following properties "EnableEmbeddedSkins="false" Skin="TestSkinToday".    If I set the "EnableEmbeddedSkins="true" Skin="Vista", the slider will show up as planned.  Any thoughts?
  2. Tervel
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    Posted 24 Feb 2009 Link to this post

    Hi nyyroyer,

    There should be no difference in the way RadSlider is skinned compared to other controls (which you seem to be skinning and getting them to render as expected).

    From the information provided we are not able to determine what might be causing the problem (other than, of course, not importing the CSS for the slider on the page, e.g. by having a wrong path in the <link> tag).

    You should make sure that the CSS names are those that should be - e.g. by using a tool such as IE DevToolbar and/or FireFox Firebug - to examine the page DOM and each element setup.

    One other thing that might be good to test is whether the slider renders fine with its custom skin when it is NOT in the update panel - but rendered directly on the page the first time the page is loaded.

    In case you are not able to resolve the problem, my suggestion is to open a support ticket, and send us your project (or a scaled down version thereof). Once we are able to run it, we will determine what is causing the problem and send you back a fixed version.

    Kind regards,
    Tervel
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