A number of properties let you set the look and feel of the RadInput controls:
The Skin property lets you specify a skin to set the overall look and feel of the input control.
In addition to the skin, you can set a variety of styles that let the input control change its appearance depending on whether it is enabled or disabled, is under the mouse, has focus, contains an empty value, or contains an invalid value.
The Label property lets you add a label to the input control.
The EmptyMessage property lets you specify a string that appears when the user has not entered a value.
The ButtonsPosition property lets you specify the layout of any buttons associated with the input control.
The WrapperCssClass property specifies the CSS class(es) added to the wrapper element of the RadInput control.
The LabelCssClass property specifies the CSS class(es) added to the label of the RadInput control.
The LabelWidth property specifies the width of the label of the RadInput control.
The Width property specifies the width of the wrapper of the control.
In addition to the properties mentioned above, which apply to all types of RadInput controls, each type of control has additional properties that affect its appearance.
On RadNumericTextBox, the Type, Culture, and NumberFormat properties control how the numeric text box formats its value into a string representation when the control does not have focus. For details, see Using RadNumericTextBox.
RadNumericTextBox also lets you customize the appearance of the text box when its value is negative by setting the NegativeStyle property.