The Basics of Templates in Server Controls
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by Justin Lovell
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An Ending Note

That does it for the simple approach of templates for server controls. There is only two techniques for creating and setting templates both by the mark up (on the Page or User Control) or programmatically. Both of those were demonstrated in this article.

 

In the next article, I will take the templates approach and use it in a real situation – custom data binding. By creating a replicate of the Repeater control.

 

I think that I got my articles to everyone’s liking but if you have any other suggestions or constructive critics (I do welcome them as well), hit the feedback link at the top of this page. I also invite you to rate this article with the “rate this article” link at the bottom of the page (just underneath the adverts).


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Title: Mr   
Name: Graham J
Date: 2007-02-10 2:10:59 PM
Comment:
Thanks Justin, the MSDN class details regarding FormView and Item Template's didn't really delve into creating the control within C# alone. Plus I couldn't establish how to bind a textbox to my datasource for an insert. I decided to scour the net to see what scraps of information I could find. But when I found this page, I saw I wouldn't have to look any futher - you've answered all my questions in one place. Thank you much-o!
Title: question on adding templates   
Name: Peter Kellner
Date: 2006-08-12 12:22:37 PM
Comment:
I'm a little confused. I added your downloaded controls to my project, dragged in the SimpleTemplateControl to my design surface, and I expected to see a template automatically created. It was not. What am I not understanding?

Thanks, for a great article.

-Peter
Title: love this   
Name: cyberguest
Date: 2006-02-21 10:28:30 AM
Comment:
thanks, great article with simple, easy to understand examples
Title: Missing VB code   
Name: JP
Date: 2005-08-03 4:27:50 AM
Comment:
What happened to showing VB code as was done in previous articles ?
Title: Excellent   
Name: Muhammed YAseen
Date: 2005-07-05 9:24:59 AM
Comment:
I forgot to go the next page there i found how to add childcontrols at runtime
Title: Excellent   
Name: Muhammed YAseen
Date: 2005-07-05 9:23:44 AM
Comment:
This is an excellent way of adding controls in a container control. Can we do this at runtime? I mean adding child controls at runtime.
Title: Thanks   
Name: DC
Date: 2005-03-20 5:59:19 PM
Comment:
Thanks Justin, as usual your article are very helpfull.
Can't wait for the next article ;-)
Title: Excellent   
Name: Reng van Oord
Date: 2004-08-27 4:14:09 AM
Comment:
I'm learning a lot reading these articles. Thanks a lot!

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