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Can't find coloring issue of textbox

I am creating a webform, and unfortunately I'm having to work from the design of another programmer.

Now, his coding is crap, but I've gotta deal with it for now til we have time to redo it, but I'm tied up in software design.

Now here's the problem.  I wiped out the middle section of the webpage, and added in my own asp.net textboxes.  This is all fine and dandy, except that there are a couple random textboxes that have a peach shading to the background and I have no clue where it is coming from.  There is nothing in the CSS that should do this, there is no Javascript that is doing this, and I have created a CSS Class that should put the background as white, except on these couple of textboxes, it seems to ignore the setting.

And it's got a mind of it's own, cause if I delete the textbox that has the coloring, and replace it by copying and pasting another that doesn't have the weird coloring, it goes back to the weird coloring.

This also isn't seen in Design Mode through VS.NET, only when the page fully renders does the background color change.

Can someone please help me out, client is pissed that such a small thing is holding us back, but I don't see anything that should be doing this.

Thank You.

- Anthony
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vladimir_kalashnikovCommented:
post some code please
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ALaRivaAuthor Commented:
That's the thing, most of it I can't because it has sensitive information, but I have already scanned every HEX Color Value in the page, and none of them are matching up to what it being used as the background color, or why it would override what I already have in my own CSS.

I'll look through the javascript and see what parts of that I might be able to post.  The Javascript is Dreamweaver created I believe by the other programmer, but it's always worth a look.

- Anthony
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ALaRivaAuthor Commented:
Any other suggestions to ponder while I do this???

- Anthony
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vladimir_kalashnikovCommented:
hmm, are the text boxes in a table that has some style declarations?
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ALaRivaAuthor Commented:
Yeah, the textboxes are within a table, but I assigned my own CSS Style to each of them, but only certain ones get this peach type of background.

It seems as though it's basing it on the index of the control or something, I can't quite figure it out.

Any suggestions?

- Anthony
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raterusCommented:
Turn off the checkbox "Automatically highlight fields that AutoFill can fill" in your Google Toolbar Options and wack yourself on the forehead....It's happened to the best of us :-)

--Michael
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ALaRivaAuthor Commented:
Well ain't that a female dog!!!

Thanks!  I never had the Google Toolbar before, so I didn't even know that was an option.  Dang SP2!!!

- Anthony
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