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Getting Started with ASP.NET : Page 3

Learn what it takes to begin building ASP.NET Web sites with Visual Studio .NET. This article will provide you with the knowledge you need to jumpstart your foray into the world of ASP.NET development.


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Adding Controls
We will examine a few controls shortly, but first you need to learn how to add a control to a form. The Toolbox is located on the left side of the screen. Select the Web Forms controls section and double-click the TextBox control. You should now see a text box on your Web Form. Right-click the text box and select Properties from the shortcut menu. Change the ID property to txtName (see Figure 6). Next, add a button control. Name the button cmdSubmit and set its Text property to Away I Go!
Interesting Fact #3: ASP.NET knows the capability of each browser. Using a feature called down-level support, it sends the appropriate HTML to the user's browser.


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