[thelist] asp.net: A better way to post back from text

Jay Blanchard jay.blanchard at THERMON.com
Mon Dec 5 13:55:25 CST 2005

I'm resisting the urge to respond to your sarcasm with even deeper sarcasm.
Yes, I am familiar.  Yes, I tried to find this answer on Google.  Yes, I
tried to find ALL of the answers I posted here in the last few minutes on
Google.  No, I was not having much luck.

I REALLY don't mean to sound rude, but honestly - this list is full of
grouchy people who bark when someone who is not as advanced as them as a
question.  Jay, instead of being sarcastic, why can't you just A) Do
nothing, or B) try and help.

If I have misunderstood the spirit of this list, and it's actually NOT about
helping people, then please do let me know.

Again, please, I'm not barking back, or attacking or being rude. I am sorry 
if it sounds that way - all I'm trying to do is build a web site.

I'm so sorry that I have offended you Casey. It was not clear from your
orginal e-mail that the e-mail to the list was your last ditch effort. The
only way to make the linkButton appear as 'plain old text' is with the use
of CSS. Other than that, the ASP.net methodolgy for post back is fairly
rigid. You could utilize JavaScript's submit event

<a href="javascript:document.MyForm.submit();">
Click to submit the form

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