In Css and Custom Server Controls I talked briefly about a problem with the mark-up for my server controls being injected with   after toggling to Design View.  It was certainly something I could work around, but it was annoying nevertheless.  I just couldn't see anything in my designer code that could cause the issue.

Well, I recently reviewed the Visual Web Developer Team Blog about the multiple fixes included with VS 2008 SP1.  Under the WebForm /HTML Design View subheader, there is an item that looked familiar:

I wondered if this could possibly be the same issue I was experiencing.  I had already installed SP1, so I went to one of my "problem" pages and toggled to Design View (I have mine set to default to Source View).  I made a minor change while in Design View to trigger an update to the markup and switched back to Source View.  No NBSPs!  Now I can share my controls with the rest of the team without attaching a disclaimer.  Woo-hoo!

posted on Wednesday, August 13, 2008 10:08 AM
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