ASP.NET Controls

The ASP.NET Framework contains over 70 controls.

You should always assign an ID attribute to every control even when you don’t need to program against it.

. Standard Controls—The standard controls enable you to render standard form elements such as buttons, input fields, and labels.

. Validation Controls—The validation controls enable you to validate form data before you submit the data to the server. For example, you can use a RequiredFieldValidator control to check whether a user entered a value for a required input field.

. Rich Controls—The rich controls enable you to render things such as calendars, file upload buttons, rotating banner advertisements, and multi-step wizards.

. Data Controls—The data controls enable you to work with data such as database data. For example, you can use these controls to submit new records to a database table or display a list of database records.

. Navigation Controls—The navigation controls enable you to display standard navigation elements such as menus, tree views, and bread crumb trails.

. Login Controls—The login controls enable you to display login, change password, and registration forms.

. HTML Controls—The HTML controls enable you to convert any HTML tag into a server- side control.

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