.Net Basic

This blogs gives introduction to C#.NET programming for beginners. This blogs assumes that you have no programming experience whatsoever. It's a lot easier than you think, and can be a very rewarding hobby!after Refer this blog

21 June 2008

Web Server Controls in ASP.Net

Web Server Controls

Like HTML server controls, Web server controls are also created on the server and they require a runat="server" attribute to work. However, Web server controls do not necessarily map to any existing HTML elements and they may represent more complex elements.

The syntax for creating a Web server control is:

Web Server Control Description
AdRotator Displays a sequence of images
Button Displays a push button
Calendar Displays a calendar
CalendarDay A day in a calendar control
CheckBox Displays a check box
CheckBoxList Creates a multi-selection check box group
DataGrid Displays fields of a data source in a grid
DataList Displays items from a data source by using templates
DropDownList Creates a drop-down list
HyperLink Creates a hyperlink
Image Displays an image
ImageButton Displays a clickable image
Label Displays static content which is programmable (lets you apply styles to its content)
LinkButton Creates a hyperlink button
ListBox Creates a single- or multi-selection drop-down list
ListItem Creates an item in a list
Literal Displays static content which is programmable(does not let you apply styles to its content)
Panel Provides a container for other controls
PlaceHolder Reserves space for controls added by code
RadioButton Creates a radio button
RadioButtonList Creates a group of radio buttons
BulletedList Creates a list in bullet format
Repeater Displays a repeated list of items bound to the control
Style Sets the style of controls
Table Creates a table
TableCell Creates a table cell
TableRow Creates a table row
TextBox Creates a text box
Xml Displays an XML file or the results of an XSL transform

Accessibility in C#.Net

Accessibility Each member of a class has an associated accessibility, which controls the regions of program text that are able to access the member. There are five possible forms of accessibility. These are summarized in the following table.

Accessibility & Meaning

public --> public Access not limited

protected --> Access limited to this class or classes derived from this class

internal --> Access limited to this program

protected internal --> Access limited to this program or classes derived from this class

private --> Access limited to this class