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Of course document.getElementById works with SharePoint. SharePoint is ASP.NET and uses ASP.NET controls, but getElementById is JavaScript and works on the client-side.

Perhaps you are not familiar with Dev toolbar operations. Click the HTML tab, then the arrow below it. Move to the IE window to highlight an element and click on it. You should see the details of the rendered element in the tool window. You can the find the ID that has been given to the rendered element.

Using JQuery you can find an element using a selector, such as

$("[id$='myElement']")


This will find any element whose id ends with myElement, regardless of the name mangling applied by ASP.NET

Failure is not an option; it's the default selection.

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