Easy text input limiting with jQuery.

Posted by: MS-Joe, on 18 Nov 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I got email from a developer this week having trouble with WebForms validation. The issue was that a combination of a control and an extender were causing havoc with the counter. The developer wanted to prevent submission if the user entered more that 50 characters in a textbox. Note: Using WebForms does not mean you have to do everything with Web Controls. jQuery ROCKS ! When you create an ASP.NET WebForms project using the default template in Visual Studio 2010. I did a couple...

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