14. Usability, Accessibility, Mobile Devices, Localization

So far, this book has concentrated on the features of ASP.NET with respect to developing Web pages and Web applications that generate standard HTML output for the browser. In fact, ASP.NET automatically takes advantage of some of the features of modern browsers. For example, as you saw in earlier chapters, it generates client-side JavaScript code to implement the postback mechanism required by certain kinds of links and other interactive page content.

However, the actual HTML and other content sent to the client has not been something you have concentrated on, assuming that what ASP.NET generates is suitable for all types of browsers and all visitors. This is, unfortunately, not always ...

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