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Examining Control-Passing ASP.NET Web Controls: Button, ImageBu. .. http://delphi.about.com/library/weekly/aa110904a.htm 1 of 4 11/21/2006 11:33 PM Win prizes by sharing code! Do you have some Delphi code you want to share? Are you interested in winning a prize for your work? Delphi Programming Quickies Contest Join the Discussion "Post your views and comments to this chapter of the free Asp.Net Delphi Programming Course" Discuss! Related Resources A Beginner's Guide to Asp.Net Programming for Delphi developers.TOC Elsewhere on the Web Free Web server controls About HTML About JavaScript You are here: About > > Delphi Programming Examining Control-Passing ASP.NET Web Controls: Button, ImageButton and LinkButton There are several web controls that enable passing of control back to the Web Server. This chapter explores web buttons - specific components that allow users to indicate that they are finished with the Web Form (post the data) or want to perform a particular command (on the server). Learn about ASP.NET's Button, LinkButton and ImageButton web controls. Welcome to the thirteenth chapter of the FREE online programming course: A Beginner's Guide to Asp.Net Programming for Delphi developers . Learn about ASP.NET's Button, LinkButton and ImageButton web controls. In the Introduction to Web Server Controls chapter, we've divided ASP.NET Web Server controls into several categories. A group with most controls was titled Intrinsic controls - those rendered to simple HTML elements. Starting with this chapter we'll explore most common components found in this group. Event though many of the Web Server components are designed to replace the standard set of HTML controls, they provide a richer set of functionality. Our discussion of the most common controls found in the System.Web.UI.WebControls namespace will take the "behavior and functionality" route; it's easier and more meaningful to present and introduce various Web Controls by their "task" and by the offered functionality: Control-passing controls, text input controls, text display controls, containers, etc. We start of by the most commonly used: buttons. Passing control to server The final step in working with any kind of Web Form is posting data back to the server to enable data and command processing. There are three button-like controls with the main purpose of causing the post back to the Server. Button, ImageButton, LinkButton
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