Web Forms :: Modifying ASP Form Elements With Javascript?

Mar 3, 2011

I'd like to change some properties of ASP Form Elements via Javascript and I am having a very difficult time doing so. The element is defined as:


But Im not having any luck modifying it with Javascript like this:[Code]....

one thing I noticed is that (At least in VS2010 intellisense) the elemtn doesn't seem to have a disabled attribute like a standard HTML


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