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Chapter 19: Web Forms: HTML Controls

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    Client and Server HTML Controls
    HTML Server Control Classes
    The HtmlControl Class
    Working with HTML Client Controls
    Working with HTML Server Controls
    Immediate Solutions: Using the HtmlControl Class
    Using the HtmlContainerControl Class
    Using the HtmlInputControl Class
    Using the HtmlForm Class
    Using the HtmlInputText Class
    Using the HtmlTextArea Class
    Using the HtmlAnchor Class
    Using the HtmlButton Class
    Using the HtmlInputButton Class
    Using the HtmlInputImage Class
    Using the HtmlSelect Class
    Using the HtmlImage Class
    Using the HtmlInputHidden Class
    Using the HtmlInputCheckbox Class
    Using the HtmlInputRadioButton Class
    Using the HtmlTable Class
    Using the HtmlTableRow Class
    Using the HtmlTableCell Class
    Using the HtmlInputFile Class
    Using the HtmlGenericControl Class

In Depth

In addition to the Web server controls we've been working with in the previous chapters, Visual Basic supports straight HTML controls, which are derived directly from HTML browser controls. These controls are less like standard Visual Basic controls, of course, and you have to know some HTML to work with them. (For example, HTML text field controls don't have a Text property as text boxes do in Visual Basic; they use a value attribute instead.) In this chapter, we'll be working with these HTML controls directly. They're less like the Web server controls that we're used to, and more like the HTML controls that you work with in script in Web pages. But you can work with these controls in Visual Basic as well.

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