Here is the error I recieve : The name 'LinkButton5' does not exist in the current context
document.getElementById('<%=LinkButton1ClientID%>').style.color = "Blue";
document.getElementById('<%=LinkButton2.ClientID%>').style.color = "Blue";
break;..........etc on the case and breaks and } below just didnt want to type them :)
document.getElementById('<%=LinkButton3.ClientID%>').style.color = "Blue";
document.getElementById('<%=LinkButton4.ClientID%>').style.color = "Blue";
document.getElementById('<%=LinkButton5.ClientID%>').style.color = "Blue"; which references a linkbutton as you can see but LinkButton5 id is within a loginview unlike 1 through 4 which are right in the aspx page not imbeded within a loginview:
linkbuttons 1 through 4 that are in the main aspx program and not in a loginview change color when moused over without issues.... but since linkbutton5 is with that LoginView it is somehow out of context any info or code snipit that show how I can bring it back in context??
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