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TextBox backgrounds yellow (some of them)

I'm developing Web Applications with C# code behind. I have found that,
because of the particular nuances of my company, I am stuck with positioning
the items on the page with tables. No problem with that though.

The problem is that some of the controls on the screen are displayed with
yellow backgrounds and I can't figure out how to change that to white (as the
others are). Nothing I do seems to make a difference.

Could someone give me a hint as to what might be happening?
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Dec 21 '05 #1
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I think thats yahoo or google autofill, isn't it?

Rik Brooks wrote:
I'm developing Web Applications with C# code behind. I have found that,
because of the particular nuances of my company, I am stuck with positioning
the items on the page with tables. No problem with that though.

The problem is that some of the controls on the screen are displayed with
yellow backgrounds and I can't figure out how to change that to white (as the
others are). Nothing I do seems to make a difference.

Could someone give me a hint as to what might be happening?
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Magic is not in the hands of the magician but in the mind of the audience.

Animadverto est verus


Dec 21 '05 #2
Hi,

IIRC you cannot control that with code, it's some setting in windows,
google for it as I had the same problem a time ago and was able to solve it
from the google suggestion


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I'm developing Web Applications with C# code behind. I have found that,
because of the particular nuances of my company, I am stuck with
positioning
the items on the page with tables. No problem with that though.

The problem is that some of the controls on the screen are displayed with
yellow backgrounds and I can't figure out how to change that to white (as
the
others are). Nothing I do seems to make a difference.

Could someone give me a hint as to what might be happening?
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Magic is not in the hands of the magician but in the mind of the audience.

Animadverto est verus

Dec 21 '05 #3
Sounds like it could be a CSS issue. Best way to find it is to view the html
source of the returned web page then analyze all CSS data:

style="" attributes (inline css)
<style> tags (inline css)
<style> tags with @@import (external css files)
<link type="text/css"> tags (external css files)

"Rik Brooks" wrote:
I'm developing Web Applications with C# code behind. I have found that,
because of the particular nuances of my company, I am stuck with positioning
the items on the page with tables. No problem with that though.

The problem is that some of the controls on the screen are displayed with
yellow backgrounds and I can't figure out how to change that to white (as the
others are). Nothing I do seems to make a difference.

Could someone give me a hint as to what might be happening?
--
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Magic is not in the hands of the magician but in the mind of the audience.

Animadverto est verus

Dec 21 '05 #4
do you have a css for your site? look on your source code in the head
section <link rel...

if so, check to see if there is stylesheet for the textbox.

If not, please explain in furtur detail what you have tried. and supply a
sample.
Dec 21 '05 #5
That was precisely it! Thank you.
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Magic is not in the hands of the magician but in the mind of the audience.

Animadverto est verus


"al********@gmail.com" wrote:
I think thats yahoo or google autofill, isn't it?

Rik Brooks wrote:
I'm developing Web Applications with C# code behind. I have found that,
because of the particular nuances of my company, I am stuck with positioning
the items on the page with tables. No problem with that though.

The problem is that some of the controls on the screen are displayed with
yellow backgrounds and I can't figure out how to change that to white (as the
others are). Nothing I do seems to make a difference.

Could someone give me a hint as to what might be happening?
--
----------------------------------------
Magic is not in the hands of the magician but in the mind of the audience.

Animadverto est verus


Dec 21 '05 #6
Rik Brooks wrote:
I'm developing Web Applications with C# code behind. I have found that,
because of the particular nuances of my company, I am stuck with positioning
the items on the page with tables. No problem with that though.

The problem is that some of the controls on the screen are displayed with
yellow backgrounds and I can't figure out how to change that to white (as the
others are). Nothing I do seems to make a difference.

Could someone give me a hint as to what might be happening?

Ha-ha-ha, i had the same problem and spent 2 days over it until i found
that yahoo's form autofill is turned on...
Dec 22 '05 #7

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