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textbox visible from JavaScript

Posted on 2006-11-21
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Dear Experts
i am using ASP.NET2.0 C# JavaScript

i have a textbox i want to know if it is visible or not from JavaScript.
it is very urgent

thank you
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Question by:RamyBouchra
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by:adathelad
ID: 17988242
Depends on how it may be being set to invisible.

If you hide it by doing "TextBox.Visible = False" in your code-behind, then the control will not be found by your clientside javascript so you can check using something like:
if (document.all.TextBox)
{
    // Textbox is present
}

Or, if you hide it using styles (e.g. style="display:none"), then you can check by:
if (document.all.TextBox.style.display=='none')
{
    // Textbox is invisible
}
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ethoths earned 500 total points
ID: 17988709
Addendum to adathelad's answer. In addition to display you can also use the visibility style...

Or, if you hide it using styles (e.g. style="visibility:hidden"), then you can check by:
if (document.all.TextBox.style.visibility=='hidden')
{
    // Textbox is invisible
}
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by:RamyBouchra
ID: 17989636
yes i did use this TextBox.Visible = False.
so how can i solve this problem
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by:RamyBouchra
ID: 17989640
it is urgent
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by:RamyBouchra
ID: 17989688
i am thinking of something
how to make this style "style.visibility=='hidden'" from C#
 pleaae help.
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by:RamyBouchra
ID: 17991981
i Did it
if it just
like that
if (document.getElementById('<%=inputOpenPopup.ClientID%>') == null)
{
not Exsists
}
else
{
it is Exsists
}

thank you
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