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Forms not displaying properly

I am having problems with forms that I have been working on. I have a few forms designed in .aspx files. Everything was working properly until a few days ago. Now the forms are not displaying properly. Some of the controls are not showing up on the form when I go to Design View. Other forms display with gaps between the controls. I have textboxes and labels that were displaying just fine a few days ago. Now some textboxes and labels are either not showing up or are showing up with gaps all over the place. Could some of you out there please help me resolve this issue. I have gone to the extent of creating new forms, but I still run into the same issue.

Thanks.

M. Hussaini

dotnet-aspnet-webforms
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Gee, hard to guess. You could try a different browser? Also, when the page displays, try hitting ctrl-F5 - that forces the css and pictures and JavaScript to re-load. Perhaps the browser is messed up?

I wish I could suggest more, but if you have more then one browser - try running with that - see if that helps. Try the above ctrl-F5 trick, and also see if that helps.

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Hi @MariwanaHussainiIbrahim-6534 ,
Do you have changed your aspx file's name? Could you find the .aspx.cs file? I suggest you could create a new project and code the codes on it.

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Yijing Sun


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