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ASP Dot Net Tutorial - Begining Web Forms
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HTML Server Controls


This control can contain any arbitrary HTML, and therefore it’s very flexible in nature. However, it is not compatible with all the browsers.

Its equivalent HTML element: <input type=”button”>


Creates a Web navigation link. Note that the HtmlAnchor control generates a post operation.

Its equivalent HTML element: <a>


Html form is defined as the values of controls within the form that are posted to the server when the form is submitted.

Its equivalent HTML element: <form>


This button is supported on all the browsers while performing a task.

Its equivalent HTML element: <input type=”button”>


Displays an image.

Its equivalent HTML element: <img>


It creates a box that can be used to click on and off. The Checkbox control includes a label.

Its equivalent HTML element: <input type=”checkbox”>


This allows users to specify files to be uploaded to a server

Its equivalent HTML element: <input type=”Myfile”>


It stores an information to a form.

Its equivalent HTML element: <input type=”hidden”>


This works like a button but displays graphics.

Its equivalent HTML element: <input type=”image”>


Displays a button that can be turned on or off. Radio buttons are typically used to allow the user to select one item from a short list of fixed options.

Its equivalent HTML element: <input type=”radio”>


Displays the text that is entered at the time of design and can be edited by users at the time of the run or can be changed with programs. This control can also be used to create password boxes that display their values as asterisks.

Its equivalent HTML element: <input type=”text”


Displays a list of text and graphical icons.

Its equivalent HTML element: <select>


Creates a table.

Its equivalent HTML element: <table>


Creates an individual cell within a table row.

Its equivalent HTML element: <td>


Creates an individual row within a table.

Its equivalent HTML element: <tr.>


Displays large quantities of text used for multi-line text entry and display.

Its equivalent HTML element: <textarea>


Creates a basic object model (properties, methods, events) for any HTML element converted to a control

Web Server Controls

Web Server controls are similar to HTML server controls. They’re created on the server and builds complex user interfaces with ease. They require the run at=”server” attributes to work right and also provides rich programmed capabilities. The following are various Web Server Controls: -


Displays a graphic calendar that allows users to select a date.

Ad Rotator

Displays a predefined or random sequence of images.


Displays a box that users can click to turn something on or off.


Creates grouping of check boxes. The list control makes it easy to create multiple check boxes that belong together.


It is used to perform a task.


Displays information, usually data-bound, in tabular form with columns. It further provides mechanisms to allow editing and sorting.


Displays information in a table with more formatting and layout options like the Repeater control. The Data List control also allows specifying editing behavior.


Allows users to either select from a list or enter text.


Creates Web navigation links.


Displays an image.


It incorporates an image instead of text as in Button control..


Displays text that users can’t edit directly.


Displays a list of choices. Optionally, the list can allow multiple selections.


Creates a division without borders on the form that serves as a container for other controls.


Displays a single button that can be turned on/off.


Creates a grouping of radio button within the group, where only one button can be selected.


Displays information from Data set using HTML elements & controls. By repeating the elements once for each record in the Data set, specifications are made.


Creates a table.


Creates an individual cell within a table row


It is like a button control, with an appearance of a hyperlink.


Creates an individual row within a table.


Displays text that is entered at the time of design and edited by users at the time of run or changed with the help of programs.



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