|Don, you could try using the readonly attribute instead. I'm pretty sure that It doesn't use the backcolor to show control state like the disabled attribute does.|
<input name="textfield" type="text" readonly="true">
ps. I read your post from Dec. 1 and was curious if you decided to go with Foxweb. I too have been playing around with Foxweb, but not totally convinced just yet -- it really seems to be a great tool though, and definitely not nearly as complicated as some other VFP web tools I have tried in the recent past.
Hope the simple idea above helps.
Sent by Don Dascher on 12/10/2002 07:56:01 AM:I am using <INPUT type="Text"> tags to display/edit data. This is all handled with a single FWX file. I am using the DISABLED attribute of the INPUT tag to control the editability of the field. However, when the field is disabled the color is a very light gray color and not real easy to read.
I have searched high and low but am unable to find any means of changing that DISABLED color for an INPUT tag's value. Anyone know of such an animal ?