Thanks for that.
Thats what I currently have.
Yet my click event is not being called.
Here is my drop down..
<asp:DropDownList id="selCountry" Runat="server"
and here is the event...
Sub selCountry_SelectedIndexChanged(ByVal sender As
System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles
If selCountry.SelectedIndex = ("Other") Then
txOther.Visible = True
Any ideas??such as "Please>-----Original Message-----
>Use the drop down's SelectedIndexChanged Event.
>You should also set some type of text as the first itemevent for the first>Select". If you don't the user won't be able to fire thechanged to it (The>item in the list because the index won't be able to befrom selecting the>first time at least).
>Then use a required field validator to keep the userfield validator's>"Please Select" entry. Do so by setting the required>InitialValue property to: "Please Select".
>S. Justin Gengo, MCP
>Free code library at:
>"Out of chaos comes order."
>"Kerri" <kerrinospam.com> wrote in message
>> I have an asp dropdownlist. Depending on what the user
>> selects I want to make another text box visible.
>> Is there no ONCLICK event for an asp dropdownlist so I
>> can check what the user selected and make the textbox