No worries. You might find some useful articles at
www.aspnetresources.com. Milan is _the_ man when it comes to ASP.NET
and web standards.

Agreed, Peter. ASP.NET 2.0 is a big step forward in the right direction.

On 3/17/06, kvnmcwebn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks Peter, and Ben, for great insight.
> I will try to a collaborative aproach with the developer.
>
> I know that a in a  previous situation with another developer we used
> repeaters to output standards code,
> i would like to be able to stick css possitioning into a form repeater for
> him. im not even sure exactly on the difference between a repeater and a
> control but im reading up on the msdn site,
> Building ASP.NET 2.0 Web Sites Using Web Standards and asp.net for
> designers.
>
> ill let you know how i get on
> thanks again
> -kevin
>
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