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Datalist - How do I make a specific item in a datalist not able to

I am writing an asp.net application and am using a datatable to populate a
datalist with several item. All these items need to be shown but one of them
cannot be allowed to be clicked by the user (kind of like setting enabled =
false).

Is there a way of setting a specific Item in a datalist so that a tab will
not allow the user to fire the click event?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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