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Jason Clark
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Jason Clark asked on 02 Dec 2008, 09:36 PM
We are currently architecting a new application based on Telerik controls, and in our user interface we require the ability to allow users to create their own skins and add them to our application at runtime.   So, we chose to simply copy the telerik skins from their install folder and use a usercontrol to set the controls skin.   To reduce the amount of http calls for each stylesheet in the telerik controls, we use a httphandler to combine them all together and remove whitespace.   This works fine, except that we noticed that hte Widgest css interferes with the TabStrib.    Our fix was to remove that css file from our combining.

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1) is that css file required? what does it control?
2) why does it interfere with tabstrib when combining?
3) in RadStyleSheetManager, do you combing the css files in a specific order?

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Paul
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answered on 05 Dec 2008, 06:25 AM
Hi Jason,

That CSS file is used in RadEditor's dialogs and normally shouldn't be included in the same page as any other control (e.g. RadTabStrip). RadStylesheetManager includes only the CSS files registered by RadControls currently on the page.

Sincerely yours,
Paul
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