ASP.NET Web Controls, Master Pages, and Themes

The previous chapter concentrated on the general composition of an Web Forms page and the role of the Page class. This chapter will dive into the details of the web controls that make up a page’s user interface. After examining the overall nature of an Web Forms control, you will learn how to use several UI elements, including validation controls and various data-binding techniques.

The good portion of this chapter will examine the role of master pages and show how they provide a simplified way to establish a common UI skeleton that will be replicated across the pages in your web site. ...

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