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Build Your Own ASP.NET 4 Web Site Using C# & VB, 4th Edition by Cristian Darie, Wyatt Barnett, Timmothy Posey

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Appendix A. Web Control Reference

The following reference includes a list of important properties, methods, and events for some of the useful controls you’ll find in the Visual Web Developer Toolbox.

We’ve grouped the lists of controls on the basis of their locations within the Toolbox:

  • standard controls

  • validation controls

  • navigation controls

  • Ajax controls

As well as the controls listed below, don’t forget that any HTML element can be used with a runat=”server” attribute value to access server-side features. We covered this capability in the section called “HTML Server Controls” in Chapter 4.

As almost all the web controls listed here are based on (or, more specifically, derived from) the WebControl class, they inherit its properties and ...

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