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4. Basic Controls

Chapter 4. Basic Controls

Chapter 3 introduced controls. Though it briefly mentioned both server and classic HTML controls, most of the coverage was on ASP.NET server controls, the heart of ASP.NET.

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As noted previously, server controls are known variously as “ASP controls,” “ASP.NET controls,” “ASP.NET server controls,” “Web controls,” and “Web server controls.” In this book, we will use “ASP.NET server control” or “server control.” When referring to “server control,” it should be clear from the context if this means only ASP.NET server controls or includes HTML server controls as well.

Topics common to all ASP.NET server controls were covered, such as events, syntax, programmatic access to controls during runtime (using the ID property), and the use of VS2005 to build your web site using controls. However, it did not go into significant detail about any specific controls.


  

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