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  1. ahmed elashry
    May 29, 2013

    only by you instruction i managed to start each SilverLightPage by different AspPages
    I used the parameter and changed the default silverlight page based on the calling aspPage

    Thank you very much

  2. videos online
    April 9, 2013

    Hello, I believe your site could possibly be having browser compatibility issues.

    Whenever I take a look at your site in Safari, it looks fine however, when opening
    in I.E., it has some overlapping issues. I simply wanted to
    give you a quick heads up! Aside from that, excellent blog!

  3. Chris Freiling
    April 27, 2012

    Wow!
    You’re a genious!
    Thanks so much!

  4. Will
    January 24, 2012

    This article was super helpful! Thanks Jesse.

  5. Karthik Jeya kumar
    December 7, 2011

    really very nice article

  6. pouya
    July 14, 2011

    Hi
    very useful article thank you a lot my friend
    Now i have problem
    let say i have 2 silverlight page page1.xamel(my startup page that has shown in the silverlight object in html page ) and page2.xamel
    and also i have a HTML button
    how can i navigate from page1.xamel to page 2.xamel within that silverlight obejct by pressing my html button??

    • Jesse Liberty
      July 14, 2011

      If you really mean an HTML button, that is a button you created in HTML, then you’ll need to program against that button in JavaScript.

  7. Cahya Darma
    August 22, 2010

    I’m sorry I think the code parsed not correctly in comment. This is my initParams:
    param name=”initParams” value=”Name=MyCollege, Latitude=-7.593545, Longitude=111.892801″

  8. Cahya Darma
    August 22, 2010

    Hello mr. Jesse. I’m playing with Silverlight Bing Maps Control and passing params to the control like this:

    Using your technique I’m able to catch the values. However, the Latitude & Longitude values need to be convert to double type so they fit to the Location instance. But too bad the conversion doesn’t preserve the format (-7.593545 becomes -7593545 and 111.892801 becomes 111892801) so the map will direct to wrong places. Any helps to solve this?

    Thank you so very much. Regards.

    • Jesse Liberty
      July 14, 2011

      If the entire thing is passed as a string you should be able to parse out the number part using string operators, and then convert to double using the convert operator.

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