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Enable ReadOnly Mode for your WebForms!

, 24 Feb 2004
This article will show you, how to implement a readonly mode for webforms.
body         
{
	font-family:		Verdana; 
	font-size:			12px; 
	padding:			0; 
	background-color:	#FFFFFF;
}

.lbl /*Label*/
{
	font-family:      verdana;
	font-size:        12px;
	font-weight:      normal;
	text-decoration:  none; 
	color:            #000000;
}

.btn /*Button*/
{
	border:1px solid #000000; font-family:      verdana;
	font-size:        12px;
	font-weight:      normal;
	text-decoration:  none;
	background-color: #dcdcdc; 
	color:            #000000;
	cursor:           hand
}
				
.txt /*TextBox*/
{
  background-color: White;
  border-color:     #7F7F7F;
  border-style:     solid;
  border-width:     1px;
  font-size:        12px;
  font-family:		verdana;
  cursor:			text;  
}

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Patrick Spieler
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Consultant for Trivadis AG in Switzerland.
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