Header and Footer user control contains <html>, <body>, and <form> elements


Hi,
I have read that we can not/should not use html, body and form tag in the user control. But here these tags are used in the Header control.
I would like to know that although we can use those tags in User Control, should we use or should we follow other alternative for this.
Thanks in advance,

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nmahesh567
5/19/2004 11:35:34 AM
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