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Button Web Server Controls (Visual Studio)

Buttons in an ASP.NET Web page allow users to send commands. Buttons submit the page 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 topics in this section describe ASP.NET button controls and how to program them.

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How to: Add Web Server Controls to a Web Forms Page Using the Web Forms Designer

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Setting Web Server Control Properties Programmatically (Visual Studio)

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Server Event Handling in ASP.NET Web Pages (Visual Studio)

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