Custom Control Designers : Design-time HTML
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Published: 01 Apr 2003
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Abstract
You may have noticed that when you import a custom control into VS.NET, it displays an error where the control is. This is because you have not supplied any HTML code for it to render. This article descibes how to render HTML for the preview in VS.NET
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Introduction
Introduction

In my previous articles, you may have noticed that when you import a control into VS.NET, it displays an error where the control is. This is because you have not supplied any HTML code for it to render.

The .NET Framework provides a special class for the design-time HTML and this article will show you how to utilize that class to render HTML when using a custom control in VS.NET.

You can find the complete code and compiled assembly at the end of this article.


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