Examining the HTML Markup Portion of an ASP.NET Web Page

As we discussed in the previous hour, there are some fundamental differences between static Web pages and dynamic Web pages, the most profound one being that dynamic Web pages contain a mix of HTML markup and source code. Whenever a dynamic Web page is requested, its source code is executed, generating HTML markup. This dynamically generated HTML markup is then sent back to the requesting client.

In this section we are going to be looking at the HTML markup portion of a dynamic Web page. In the upcoming section “Examining the Source Code Portion of an ASP.NET Web Page,” we'll look at one of the more interesting parts of dynamic Web pages—the source code.

A Brief HTML Primer

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