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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I never used jquery and I'm starting to look at it on a project i'm working on.

I have a radiobuttonlist on my form along with a checkboxlist. Depending on what the user selects in the radiobuttonlist, I need to disable certain checkboxes within the checkboxlist. I'm able to do this in the code behind, however, I don't want to do a postback and I can't add an ajax update panel to the form either. How can I accomplish something like this using jquery?


here is what i'm looking to do.

user selects radiobuttonlist.index[0], then checkboxlist.index[3].enabled = false;


and so on, I'm looking for something in jquery to accomplish this 

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