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I have an ASP page.  It has two HTML radio buttons.  When a postback occurs - I think I'm describing this correctly - I lose the selection of the two HTML radio buttons.  This is because the page is being sent again, correct?  How do I save the state of my two HTML radio buttons?
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If you give each control and "id", "runat" and "enableviewstate" attribute, they will get wrapped as Html server controls and will retain their values. So you definition would be something like:
<input type="radio" name="rb1" value="1" id="rb1" runat="server" enableviewstate="true" />

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Thanks!  That did the trick.
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