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Pro C# 2010 and the .NET 4 Platform, Fifth Edition by Andrew Troelsen

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33.4. Building the ASP.NET Cars Web Site

Given that many of the "simple" controls look and feel so close to their Windows Forms counterparts, I won't bother to enumerate the details of the basic widgets (Buttons, Labels, TextBoxes, etc.). Rather, let's build a new website that illustrates working with several of the more exotic controls as well as the ASP.NET master page model and aspects of the data binding engine. Specifically, this next example will illustrate the following techniques:

  • Working with master pages

  • Working with site map navigation

  • Working with the GridView control

  • Working with the Wizard control

To begin, create an Empty Web Site project named AspNetCarsSite. Note that we are not yet creating a new ASP.NET Web Site project, as this ...

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