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How to Apply DropShadow Extender to more than 100 textboxes in AJAX using ASP.NET C#

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Hi,

I need to apply shadow effects in my site. Problem is: there are more than 100 textboxes on the site.

I want to use DropShadow Extender of AJAX to apply this effects in all these textboxes.

I understand we can apply this extender by indivdually selecting each textbox as TargetID.

Is there any better way to apply this extender in one shot to all these textboxes?

Any bright ideas?
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To do this easily you can use jQuery.

Download jQuery from their site and reference it in your project. http://www.jquery.com
Download the Drop Shadow jQuery plug-in and reference in your project. http://plugins.jquery.com/project/DropShadow

Follow the demo example.

It is really, really easy. It will apply the drop shadow to all your text boxes from one call.
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