html server controls and web server controls
what is the difference between html server controls and web server controls?
what is the main goal of converting html elements to html server controls , so why i can directly use the web server controls instead of converting process?
thank you for the help and for the time
If you convert a normal html control to a html server control then you can work with and reference it programmatically.
MS advises using web controls where possible. But if your application uses vast amounts of html controls its far easier to just apply runat="server" than to re invent them a...Difference between Web Server control and HTML Server control
HI, I want to know what is the main difference between html server control and web server controls.Thanks in advanceVikram Vikram www.vikramlakhotia.comPlease mark the answer if it helped you
The difference is that html server controls have syntax and
rendering closely mapped to html objects. Where as web server
controls have more relation to the .NET Framework. Web server controls
have a richer and wider range of special purpose controls.
Calenders, tree views, etc..
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Is that the only difference...HTML Server Controls V/s. Web Server Controls?
How does one understand when to use HTML Server Controls & when to use Web Server Controls in a Web Form? In other words, when should HTML Server Controls be used & when should Web Server Controls be used in a Web Form?ThanksRON*********If you have an apple & I have an apple & we exchange our apples, then each of us will still have only 1 apple but if you have an idea & I have an idea & we exchange our ideas, then each of us will have 2 ideas
Web Server Controls should always be used. HTML Server controls were meant so that a standard HTML page could ...Web Server Control Containing another Web Server Control?
I'm building a web server control that needs to include functionality from 3rd party web server control, ASPNetMenu. My web server control needs to render ASPNetMenu at runtime to create a menu. I'd like to do this so that my control's parent ASPX page does not need to register ASPNetMenu or make any configuration changes as this should be done through my web server control.
Does anybody have any suggestions on how to do this?
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There are two articles that you would want to be int...How to add a Web server or HTML server controls (such as CheckBox) to the template in GridView and bind the controls to a data source.
How to add a Web server or HTML server controls (such as CheckBox) to the template in GridView and bind the controls to a data source.
Normally, We can add a Web server or HTML server controls to the template in GridView control,just like the Code 1I hope to do the same thing by programming (just like the Code 2), but I can ony add the BoundField,I don't know how to add a CheckBox control to the template in GridView , could you help me?
//--------------------------------------------Code 1------------------------------------------------------------<asp:GridView AutoGenerateColumns="False...HTML server control and web controls
I would like to know when to use HTML controls with runat=server
and web controls?
and what is the difference between these two
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The biggeest difference is that you can access a control's properties in the code-behind if it contains 'runat=server'...If you have a label control that you will not need to change in any way, use the HTML control - if you will be changing the text of the label, you can add 'runat=server' to the HTML control or use the label server control...
Just remember - to change the text of a label server control, you would co...HTML Controls or Web Server Controls?
there are 2 different categories of controls in asp.net2.0, the HTML controls and WebServer controls, what are the differences in terms of usage?
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The ASP.NET server-side controls are used when you want to write server-side code to get/set the values of the controls (but ...how to have both server controls and html controls rendered in a custom control?
I have a custom control in which there is an html text box.when you click on it , a div containing a table is appeared and according to what you select in that table a text is set to the text box.
It works fine but the problem is: as the text box is an html element it doesn't have viewstate and when a post back occures in the page its value disappeares.I tried a hidden field to keep its value.again there is another problem : I put this custom control in a usercontrol and put the usercontrol in a multiview and by clicking on a button this view is selected and by clicking another bu...Actual difference between a HTML Server Control and a Web Control
I have a primitve doubt - what is the precise difference between a HTML control with runat= server and an ASP.NET web server control.i think i read its something to do with how events are fired and so on but am not very clear...i want to know all the differences at the lifecycle level as well as from the usage point of view.Thanks Thanks and RegardsNirumaThe difference between try and triumph is just a little umph!
HTML controls are quick & light, while web controls are more feature rich.Here are more details about the differences between HTML controls and web controls:http:...How to get control inside datalist web server control
I am using <asp:hyperlink id="hyper"> control in one datalist control, i want to bind url at the time of itemdatabound event so please suggest me how to get this controls handle
See if this works (in C#):
protected void DataList1_ItemDataBound(object sender, DataListItemEventArgs e)
HyperLink hl = e.Item.FindControl("hyper") as HyperLink;
hl.NavigateUrl = "whatever";
...Web Form Server Controls Vs. HTML controls
Hi1. What is the difference between Web Form Server controls and HTML controls with runat="server" attribute.e.g. <input type="text" id="mytext" runat="server"> Vs. <asp:TextBox id="mytext" />2. Why we should not use the normal HTML control instead of Server Controls since HTML controls are rendered on client side the performance in using them will be much better that using Web form server controls. Pls. can somebody explain this.- Anand
one thing i know.
there are much more options for the web controls.
and web controls are easier to use than the http controls.
for exampl...Server Control inside Server Control
I'm developing a server control that in turns contains another server control (i.e. Label). I instantiate the label and expose the entire Label through a property.
Public Class Class1
Dim _label As New WebControls.Label
Public Property L() As WebControls.Label
...Server Controls Within Server Controls
I'm a little new to server controls so this question may seem silly, but has anyone had trouble with events from custom server controls that are embedded in other custom server controls?
I'm trying to create a composite control that creates a list of items and creates an instance of another composite control for each item. So for example the list could be a collection of addresses that has an editor composite control for each item.
The editor composite control allows the user to edit the item and click on a save button. This works fine if it is on it's own (ie not part of the list ...Custom Server Control Vs Web Parts, Any need for Custom Server Control
I've just posted a similar question on why you need server controls when you can pre-compile usercontrols and redistribute them.
I've seen lots of (usercontrol vs web part) but not much on web part vs custom server control.
According to the MSDN site you can put web parts onto a normal asp.net page outside of a web part zone and they behave just like custom server controls. So, if you are creating a bunch of controls for redistribution to customer asp.net sites and/or SharePoint sites why don't you just create Web Par...