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Programming Microsoft® ASP.NET 3.5 by Dino Esposito

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Working with Wizards

Master pages and themes give you the power of building similar-looking, rich pages that share graphics, control layout, and even some functionality. A special type of rich page is the page that implements a wizard. More common in Windows desktop applications than in Web scenarios, wizards are typically used to break up large forms to collect user input. A wizard is a sequence of related steps, each associated with an input form and a user interface. Users move through the wizard sequentially, but they are normally given a chance to skip a step or jump back to modify some of the entered values. A wizard is conceptually pretty simple, but implementing it over HTTP connections can be tricky. Everybody involved with serious Web ...

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