bigyeti free asked 6 years ago


I have an asp.net webforms site. The waves-effect class works on all the pages in the home directory, however it doesn't work on pages that are in sub-directories, even though all the other classes do. I created test pages that are blank except for this: <asp:LinkButton ID="Button1" runat="server" CssClass="btn btn-primary waves-effect waves-light">Click me!</asp:LinkButton> The waves-effect on the page in the website's root folder worked as expected, however on the page in a sub-directory, it did not. I tried adding the mdb.css and mdb.js (and the min versions) to the page, yet this didn't work. I'm using pages in sub-directories as it is easier to configure for user authentication. Do you know how I might be able to fix this? Mark

Michal Szymanski staff answered 6 years ago


That's the first time I meet such a problem. I can only promise to take a look at this and come back if I'll find a solution.

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