You need to create a button image on the fly using text generated during the running of your application.
Create a web form that is responsible for creating the button image
System.Drawing classes and
streaming the image to the
.aspx file, enter an
@Page directive, but omit any head or body tags. The
Page directive links the
ASP.NET page to the code-behind class that draws the image.
In the code-behind class for the page, use the .NET language of your choice to:
makeButton (or similarly named) method
that creates a bitmap for a button using text generated during the
running of the application—for example, text passed in on the
MemoryStream object and save the bitmap
in JPEG format (or other format) to the memory stream.
Write the resulting binary stream to
To use a dynamically generated image in your application, you need to
Src attribute of the image tags for your
button bitmaps to the URL of the ASP.NET page that creates the
images, passing the image text in the URL.
.aspx file for the page, add an
img tag for displaying the dynamically created
In the code-behind class for the page that uses ...