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How to control the look of anchors with disabled=disabled attribute?

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Hi All,

I am using ASP.Net Webcontrol to emit some HTML. The control is either
a
HyperLink or LinkButton. When I disable the control (by setting the
controlls Enabled property) the following example HTML is emitted:

<a id="nevermind" disabled="disabled" class="whatever">Reports</a>
IE shows the Reports link with greyed out text. I would like control
over the color, size, font. So. how do I
set the look of anchors that have "disabled=disabled" attribute?

thanks

Apr 23 '07 #1
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