Is there a correspondance for each server side control to be equivalent to a client side html control

Where can find the list and can use that equivalence and what is its usage pls

Thanks


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What exactly do you mean? A correspondence of what?

All controls have a ClientID property, which for most controls tells the DOM element ID that will be used in the HTML rendering. Aside from that certain controls might offer additional client-side functionality, but there's no one standard.

Thanks,

Eilon


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Eilon
10/3/2006 11:01:47 PM

I mean. When I am using html control in my aspx page like:  <input type=text ..> 

and I need to manipulate the properties of that control in code behind, i ll need to create: htmlInput then I can assign my htmlinput control to the htnl control and work with its properties.

I m not sure. sorry i m a bit confused.


Thanks a lot, I appreciate your taking the time to help me.
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tutus
10/6/2006 1:25:36 AM

Dear,

u can access properties and methods of an html control  by declaring an HtmlControl object give it a name in this case "frame", cast the control found by the page to (HtmlControl)

HtmlControl frame = (HtmlControl)Page.FindControl("frameee");

and then frame.Attributes("Src") = "http://forums.asp.net";

Happy Coding 


Haissam Abdul Malak
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Haissam
10/6/2006 6:19:32 AM

You can do what Haissam said but you have to add the runat="server" attribute to each HTML element that you want to access programmatically. You can add the runat="server" to just about any element, even things as simple as <img> tags and <br> tags.

Thanks,

Eilon


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Eilon
10/10/2006 10:47:53 PM
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