Blogs from Wise Owl on Creating webpages in ASP.NET webforms

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Using ClientIdMode to name web server controls

Posted by Andy Brown on 10 October 2011

ASP.NET is great at server-side processing, but how can you refer to ASP.NET web server controls at the client? The answer is to use the new(ish) ClientIdMode property to fix the controls' names.

Changing Visual Studio default settings for ASP.NET

Posted by Andy Brown on 02 August 2011

Visual Studio is a great tool for developing websites using ASP.NET - it can be made even greater by tweaking some default settings. Use this blog to change the default start-up options, assign a navigate backward key, insert attribute quote marks and open pages in HTML view by default.

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