Using the VS.NET Web Page Designer with mojoPortal

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7/15/2005 5:48:46 AM
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Juliano Morais Barbosa

Using the VS.NET Web Page Designer with mojoPortal

excellent work, was this that it was needing. Very Thanxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
7/15/2005 1:02:11 PM
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Re: Using the VS.NET Web Page Designer with mojoPortal

Yes, Jan Hussaarts deserves all the credit for that, I know it will make several people happy.  It was such a simple fix I'm kind of kicking myself for not seeing it before.
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