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System.Web.UI.Design.WebControls.WebParts Namespace

Note: This namespace is new in the .NET Framework version 2.0.

The System.Web.UI.Design.WebControls.WebParts namespace contains classes that provide design-time support for controls derived from classes in the System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts namespace.

Public classCatalogPartDesignerProvides design-time support for CatalogPart, ImportCatalogPart, and PageCatalogPart controls.
Public classCatalogZoneDesignerProvides design-time support for CatalogZone controls.
Public classConnectionsZoneDesignerProvides design-time support for ConnectionsZone controls.
Public classDeclarativeCatalogPartDesignerProvides design-time support for DeclarativeCatalogPart controls.
Public classEditorPartDesignerProvides design-time support for EditorPart controls.
Public classEditorZoneDesignerProvides design-time support for EditorZone controls.
Public classPageCatalogPartDesignerProvides design-time support in a visual designer for a PageCatalogPart control.
Public classPartDesignerExtends design-time behavior for controls that implement the Part abstract class.
Public classProxyWebPartManagerDesignerProvides minimal design-time support for ProxyWebPartManager controls.
Public classToolZoneDesignerProvides design-time support in a visual designer for a Web Parts zone.
Public classWebPartDesignerProvides design-time visual support for WebPart controls.
Public classWebPartManagerDesignerProvides minimal design-time support for WebPartManager controls.
Public classWebPartZoneBaseDesignerProvides design-time support for WebPartZoneBaseDesigner controls.
Public classWebPartZoneDesignerProvides design-time support for WebPartZone controls.
Public classWebZoneDesignerProvides design-time visual support for WebZone controls.
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