Our ASP.NET application needed to enter social security number and I don't
want user to enter anything else. EO.Web MaskedEdit works great
for this case.
Control User input with Mask
MaskedEdit allows you to set a mask to ensure user enters the correct
value. For example, you can set a mask that only accepts numbers.
EO.Web MaskedEdit supports a large number of popular mask elements,
such as "0", "9", "#", "A",
Cross browser, cross platform
Supports all popular browsers:
IE 6.0+, FireFox 1.0+, Mozilla 1.3+, Opera 7.2+, Safari 1.3+ and Chrome;
Four segments types
EO.Web MaskedEdit supports four segments types: Literal, Choice, Number and Mask.
A MaskedEdit control can have multiple segments. For example, the first segment being
a two digits number segment for day, the second segment being a choice segment with
the name of all 12 months to choose from -- all within one textbox;
Automatic case shifting
EO.Web MaskedEdit can automatically shift user input to uppercase/lowercase based
on the mask as user types. Shifting rules can be set for the whole textbox or only
a portion of the textbox;