This is due to Google Toolbar's Autofill feature and is not affected by the color you choose. Im not sure what you can do to override this but it must be possible because some sites this doesnt happen on, Im sure at least part of it is based on the name of the control.
"I think you'll be okay here, they have a thin candy shell. 'Surprised you didn't know that.'" - Tommy (Tommy Boy) "Fill it up again! Fill it up again! Once it hits your lips, it's so good!" - Frank the Tank (Old School)
Actually i form in which i want to restrict the users to enter his/her name,age to proceed further for it i've used "Required Field Validators". And also it's working properly on localhost but as i upload it it's not throwing the validations as it should do.............
I am using VB.NET 2005 and creating a code file in which i have declared a method of connecting to the Databse. In order to implement that I am getting my Database connection string value from web.config defined like this.
I get a problem on writing a web page using C#.net 2.0. I have added some check boxes to a table cell and a button. When I check on some of the check boxes and the click the button, the table cell's find controls cannot find out the control.... And the web page doesn't know which check boxes have been checked
Thanks for your reply. I have used the debug mode to check the controls in table cell and using the while loop to get the controls one by one. But I still cannot find the check box in the table cell. Please kindly help. Thanks again