CSS troubleshooting

YTD
Question: How can I change my CSS to show YTD in red?

Thank you

                  <asp:Panel ID="optRollup" Class="optRollup" runat="server">
                        <asp:RadioButton ID="rdMonthly" runat="server" Text="Monthly" TabIndex="1" GroupName="optRollup"
                              enabled="false" />
                        <asp:RadioButton ID="rdYTD" Text="YTD" Checked="true" runat="server" 
                            TabIndex="2" GroupName="optRollup" />&#160;&#160;
                    </asp:Panel>

#optRollup, #Panel3
{
    background-color:white;/*#cdc5bf;   ,*/
     border:solid 1px #808080;
    margin:2px 0px auto 2px;
    padding  : 0px auto 2px auto; 
    background:transparent;
    /*  #2f4f4f;#cdc9c9;*/
   display: inline;
   color: white; 
   font-family:Tahoma;
   font-size:10px;
}
 #rdYTD
{
    color:red;/*#cdc9c9;*/
}

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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAsked:
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GaryCommented:
Using runat="server" will change the ID in the browser
Add a class to the element and use that for the targetting in the CSS
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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GaryCommented:
You can also use this, but its a bit of a bad habit

[id$="rdYTD"] {}

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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Is [id$="rdYTD"] {} for php? Or, or it would work for asp.net as well?
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GaryCommented:
No thats css
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GaryCommented:
[id$="rdYTD"] {
color:red
}

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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Hi Gary,

It is very nice alternate, but the following is not working for me for some reason.

 [id$="rdYTD"]
 {
    color:red;
}

How can I correct this? Do you post under a new question?

Thanks,

Mike
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GaryCommented:
Should be working
Try

 [id*="rdYTD"]
  {
     color:red;
 }

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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
No luck yet. Not working.
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GaryCommented:
[id$="rdYTD"] {
color:red !important
}

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Or
 [id*="rdYTD"]
  {
     color:red !important;
 }

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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Maybe I am doing something wrong. It didn't work.

I may later add a new question later. I will send you a link.

Thanks,

Mike
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