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ASP.NET for Web Designers by Peter Ladka

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Understanding Page Properties

As I’ve said over and over and over and over again, ASP.NET is an object-oriented programming paradigm, and ASP.NET pages are no exception. They are objects, as well, and have properties and methods just like every other object.

Let’s take some time to explore some of the key properties that the ASP.NET page object has. First, it is helpful to know where in the .NET Framework the Page object is. It is located in System.Web.UI. You can go there in the class browser that I mentioned in earlier chapters (http://www.gotdotnet.com) and investigate all the properties. In this book, however, we are going to cover the biggies, the heavyweights, the granddaddies. In other words, we’re going to cover the ones that are used ...

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