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Change CssClass in asp.net

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I have a label, <asp:Label ID="lblInfo" runat="server" Text="" />, and I want to set the CssClass of the label to “RedText” if one condition is met and to “BlackText” if another condition is met.

This is in an asp.net using VB for the code behind.

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Simply set the cssclass in the code behind:

If ....  Then
    lblInfo.CssClass = "RedText"
Else
    lblInfo.CssClass = "BlackText"
End If
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Thanks.  Great work and super fast!
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