Button Web Server Controls
Buttons in a Web Forms page allow the user to send a command. They submit the form to the server and cause it to be processed along with any pending events.
Web server controls include three types of buttons: a standard command button (Button control), a hyperlink-style button (LinkButton control), and a graphical button (ImageButton control). All three provide similar features, but each offers a different look.
The following topics provide information that you will find useful in learning to work with the button Web controls.
In This Section
- Introduction to the Button Web Server Controls
- Provides background information on the types of buttons available among Web server controls and how you work with them.
- Adding Button Web Server Controls to a Web Forms Page
- Gives directions for placing buttons on a Web Forms page.
- Creating Graphical Button Web Server Controls
- Gives directions for displaying a graphic as a button.
- Determining Coordinates in an ImageButton Web Server Control
- Gives directions for using a graphical button as an image map.
- Responding to Button Web Server Control Events
- Gives directions for generating a response when users click a button.
- Adding Web Server Controls to a Web Forms Page
- Gives directions for including Web server controls on a form.
- Setting ASP.NET Server Control Properties
- Gives directions for setting Web server control properties at design time.
- Setting Web Server Control Properties Programmatically
- Gives directions for setting Web server control properties in code.
- Customizing the Appearance of ASP.NET Server Controls Using Styles
- Gives directions for changing the look of your Web server controls on the page.
- Server Event Handling in Web Forms Pages
- Gives directions for handling Web server control events.