On 3/2/07, Will Budreau <Will.Budreau at entrust.com> wrote: > What do web developers prefer for representing a tri-state checkbox? > You know, the kind where the values can represent on, off, or an > intermediate state, such as "some children have this on" in tree views. Typically I see a checkbox with the inside "box" colored the same color as the check (if it were checked). You can probably accomplish this with CSS, which is probably where it should be, since it's more presentation than anything (i.e. it should probably not effect the state of the checkbox itself, unless you have a need for it. Do you?). -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.