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I decided to use mp:SiteLabel control in order to localize all the labels within the form. However, it looks like all the final labels, don't have a for="" attribute added to them. As a result, the user can't click on the label associated with a form control (checkbox or radio button for ex.) in order to change their state. I took a look at SiteLabel.cs and it looks like there is a "forString" declared for the very purpose of adding "for=<control_name>" to the final mark-up, but it's not being added.
Here's an example of of a label I have in my ascx:
<mp:SiteLabel ID="lblNeededMost" runat="server" ForControl="rdbNeededMost" ConfigKey="lblNeededMost"
The rendered mark-up just ends up being:
<label>where needed most</label>
It means it can't find the control rdbNeededMost
Ah, well that would make sense. Because I was looking at the code and I see that if statement (c != null), but I totally disregarded the fact that I have not converted all of my html into asp controls.