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change asp.net textbox name value

Posted on 2014-07-25
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$("#<%=APT1.ClientID%>").attr("name")($("#SecureType1").val());

$("#<%=APT2.ClientID%>").val($("#SecureType2").val());

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I can change the value, is there a way to change the name?
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var newName = $("#SecureType1").val();
$("#<%=APT1.ClientID%>").attr("name", newName );

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ok but when I run it on the server the value i can see in the dom but it will not pass to the server
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why are you choosing .net technology if you want to hack it behind ?
create a true input instead a texbox (or anything it's)

<input name="nameOfYourChoiceToHackOrNot" value="foo" />

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Thanks again my friend.
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