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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I have the following code on my default.aspx page

<asp:loginview id="LoginArea" runat="server">

<asp:login id="Login1" runat="server">


<asp:label runat="server" id="UserNameLabel" CssClass="label" associatedcontrolid="UserName">User Name</asp:label>
<asp:textbox runat="server" id="UserName" cssclass="textbox" accesskey="u" Height="25px" Width="175px" Font-Size="Larger" />

<asp:requiredfieldvalidator runat="server" id="UserNameRequired" controltovalidate="UserName" validationgroup="Login1" errormessage="User Name is required." tooltip="User Name is required.">

<asp:label runat="server" id="PasswordLabel" CssClass="label" associatedcontrolid="Password">Password</asp:label>
<asp:textbox runat="server" id="Password" textmode="Password" cssclass="textbox" accesskey="p" Height="25px" Width="175px" Font-Size="Larger" />


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