Well, I don't know who still uses it, but I had this old application that we reused and it had a Login control in the login page (obviously!). And I got tired of always entering the name and password every time I tested the site, so I went to the username and password TextBoxes and added a Text="something" bit. And it didn't work.

Why? First of all the TextBox control with TextMode="Password" ignores the Text property completely. Then the Login control only acknowledges the values of the two TextBoxes on change.

The solution: add a value="something" instead of Text="something" and it will be added like an oldfashioned HTML attribute. And it will also fire Changed since the value the .Net control is string.Empty.

That's all, folks, remember to remove this in the production site :)


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