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Simple HTML Controls

This section covers controls that are available on the HTML tab of the Toolbox. These HTML controls can be added to HTML pages or to Web Forms pages.

By default, HTML elements on a Web Forms page are not available to the server; they are treated as opaque text that is passed through to the browser. However, by converting HTML elements to HTML server controls, you expose them as elements you can program in server-based code. For an overview of how HTML elements can be exposed to the server so that you can program them, see Introduction to ASP.NET Server Controls.

In This Section

HTML Div Controls
Contains links to information on the DIV element and gives related information on programming it.
HTML Horizontal Rule Control
Contains links to information on the HR element and gives related information on programming it.
HTML Image Control
Contains links to information on the IMG element and gives related information on programming it.
HTML Input Controls
Contains links to information on the various options for the INPUT element.
HTML Select Controls
Contains links to information on the SELECT element and gives related information on programming it.
HTML Table Control
Links to information on the TABLE element and gives related information on programming it.
HTML Text Area Control
Contains links to information on the TEXTAREA element and gives related information on programming it.

Related Sections

Introduction to ASP.NET Server Controls
Discusses how HTML elements can be exposed to the server so that you can program them.
Adding HTML Server Controls to a Web Forms Page
Gives basic steps for putting controls on a page.
ASP.NET Server Controls Recommendations
Compares HTML server controls with Web server controls.
HTML Designer
Provides reference information about the designer and links to related topics.
Navigating in the Document Outline Window
Shows how the Document Outline window relates to the HTML Designer.
HTML Elements
Gives a complete linked list of all the elements.
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