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Computer Programming: WebControl class and their properties, methods and events

All Web server controls exists within the System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebControl namespace and can be used on any Web Form. Here is the hierarchy of WebControl class
System.Object
    System.Web.UI.Control
        System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebControl

Public Properties of the WebControl class

AccessKey : Obtains the access key that allows you to quickly navigate to the Web server control.
Attributes : Obtains the collections of the arbitrary attributes (for rendering only) that do not correspond to properties on the control.
BackColor : Obtains the background color of the Web server control.
BorderColor : Obtains the border color of the Web control.
BorderStyle : Obtains the border style of the web server control.
BorderWidth : Obtains the border width of the Web server control.
ControlStyle : Obtains the style of the web server control. This property is used primarily by control developers.
ControlstyleCreated : Gets a value indicating whether a Style object has been created for the ControlStyle property. This property is primarily used by control developers.
CssClass : Obtains the Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) class rendered by the Web server control on the client.
Enabled : Obtains a value indicating whether themes apply to this control.
EnableTheming : Obtains a value indicating whether themes apply to this control.
Font : Obtains the font properties associated with the Web server control.
ForeColor : Obtains the foreground color(typically the color of the text) of the Web server control.
HasAttributes : Set a value indicating whether the control has attribute set
Height : Obtains the height of the Web server control.
SkinID : Obtains the skin to apply to the control.
Style : Obtains a collection of text attributes that will be rendered as a style attribute on the outer tag of the web server control
TabIndex : Obtains the tab index of the Web Server control.
ToolTip : Obtains the text displayed when the mouse pointer over the Web server control.

Public Methods of WebControl class


ApplyStyle : Copies any non-blank elements of the specified style to the web control. It also overwrites any existing style elements of the control.
CopyBaseAttributes : Copies the properties that are not encapsulated by the style object from the specified web server control to the web server control that this method is called from. This method is used primarily by control developers.
MergeStyle : Copies any non-blank elements of the specified style to the web control, but will not override any existing style elements of the control. This method is used primarily by control developers.
RenderBeginTag : Writes the opening tag of the specified markup element to the output stream.
RenderEndTag : Writes the end tag of a markup element to the output stream.

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