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change different text color when read only or not editable

Hi,

I have web pages when they are in un-editable or read only mode; the text box, check box/radio box, select box etc... are in default dim color (light grey) and users complaint that they are hard to read.  

How am I going to change the fore-ground color?

Many Thanks,
Diane Ha

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GrandSchtroumpfCommented:
Firefox supports colors on disabled form elements, but IE and Opera don't.
AFAIK, there is no way you can change that.
You can tell the complaining users that they can use firefox.

Example:
<input type="text" disabled style="background: #EEE; color: black;" value="hello">
<input type="button" disabled style="background: #EEE; color: black;" value="hello">
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tnova1Author Commented:
I cann't force them to use Firefox, these controls was .net web controls, otherwise I can use the readonly mode.

But I change the Background color. It does make them more clear and readable now.
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tnova1Author Commented:
You can't change the fore-color but you can change the background color for disable controls in IE.
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GrandSchtroumpfCommented:
> otherwise I can use the readonly mode.
Yes, but that's only for text inputs.

> You can't change the fore-color but you can change the background color for disable controls in IE.
I noticed that while testing.  It's better than nothing i guess.
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