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I have a home.aspx page that loads controls based on Request.Params

The Case statement in the Master Page is

 Select Case CStr(Request.Params("page"))
            Case "home" --------------------
A bunch of case statements
---------------------------

Case Else
                Session("info") = " Home Page"
                Dim uc As UserControl = CType(LoadControl("includes/login.ascx"), UserControl)
                uc.ID = "uc99"
                ContentPlaceHolder1.Controls.Add(uc)
End Select

includes/login.ascx has this button
<asp:ImageButton ID="ImageButton1" src="images/btnLogin.jpg" runat="server" TabIndex="1"  />

How do I make that the default if someone just hits the enter key?

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Question by:lrbrister
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in the load event of the page put the following in the first line:

Page.Form.DefaultButton = ImageButton1.UniqueID

Hope it helps
NY
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Excellent...to the point...and right on time.  With a code example.  Some of the experts could take a lesson from this answer.  Great job newyuppie.
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thank you for the kind comments. im glad it helped you. cheers
NY
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