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ASP.NET Validation control error image

Posted on 2007-04-05
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Hi!

How do I make a validation control display an error image when a control isn't valid? I want it to be displayed just as the validation summary e.g. before the page posts back to the server.
Or, if it's possible, I would like the image to be displayed instead of the error message of the validation control...how do I do that?
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