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The problem of course when you do this is that by default VS has no way of knowing that this script is available within the user control - and so won't provide intellisense of it for you.One way you can enable this is by adding the tag and provide intellisense for it within the user-control.2- In additiaon, when I include the file I am getting errorrs like: " Validation (CSS 2.1): 'opacity' is not a known CSS property name in jquery-ui.css". Thanks, Paul Scott Elliott Internet/Software Engineer Don't forget to click "Mark as Answer" on every post that helped you. ;) This credits that member, earns you a point and marks your thread as Resolved for the sake of Future Readers.1 1 C:\...\play3on3\ I'm not really sure what this means and it doesn't seem to have any effect on how my page displays. I wear a lot of hats - Developer, Database Administrator, Help Desk, etc., so I know a lot of things but not a lot about one thing.The page which compiles and runs fine from my test server is giving me all kinds of errors when I try to run it from Visual Web Developer.The first error being: Warning 1 Error updating JScript Intelli Sense: C:\Users\elliott\Desktop\p "The solutions and answers provided on Experts Exchange have been extremely helpful to me over the last few years.1- Please advice how to solve the problem with j Query intellisense warning: Error updating JScript Intelli Sense: C:\..\Scripts\jquery-1.4.1-vsdoc.js: 'child Nodes' is null or not an object @ 5814:4 I tried diffrent approaches and advices, but without a success.The declarations in the page to include js and caused the intellisense warning.
I just wanted to let everyone know that we now have VSDoc files for all of the 1.3 releases.
You can download VS 2008 SP1 and Visual Web Developer 2008 Express SP1 here.
Two weeks ago we shipped a patch that you can apply to VS 2008 SP1 and VWD 2008 Express SP1 that causes Visual Studio to check for the presence of an optional "-vsdoc.js" file when a Java Script library is referenced, and if present to use this to drive the Java Script intellisense engine. We've worked with the j Query team to put together a j file that provides help comments and support for Java Script intellisense on chained j Query selector methods.
A useful technique to use for scenarios like the user control one.
Jeff has even more details in his FAQ post as well as his original j Query intellisense post.