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Referencing an HTML object in C#

Posted on 2005-03-17
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I have a HTML text box on a page that I need to see the reference on the ASP.net C# code-behind.  How is this possible?  Anyone know?

I can't make it a server control because it breaks my javascript.  But I need to check if the text box is NULL and if it is not then the user can click another button.  
Question by:dalethom
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sciwriter earned 500 total points
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There is a whole slew of stuff about this, so much it would fail me to list all the ways to do it.
I hate to just give you a link, but in this case, its a very busy and packed one --


If that doesn't do, just ask for more

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I will take a look at your link.  When I tried to google for it nothing was coming up that matched what I was looking to do.  

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