The Button control is used to display a push button. The push button may be a submit button or a command button. By default, this control is a submit button.
A submit button does not have a command name and it posts the Web page back to the server when it is clicked. It is possible to write an event handler to control the actions performed when the submit button is clicked.
A command button has a command name and allows you to create multiple Button controls on a page. It is possible to write an event handler to control the actions performed when the command button is clicked.
|CausesValidation||Specifies if a page is validated when a button is clicked||1.0|
|CommandArgument||Specifies additional information about the command to perform||1.0|
|CommandName||Specifies the command associated with the Command event||1.0|
|OnClientClick||Specifies the name of the function to be executed when a button is clicked||2.0|
|PostBackUrl||Specifies the URL of the page to post to from the current page when a button is clicked||2.0|
|runat||Specifies that the control is a server control. Must be set to "server"||1.0|
|Text||Specifies the text on a button||1.0|
|UseSubmitBehavior||Specifies whether or not a button uses the browser's submit mechanism or the ASP.NET postback mechanism||2.0|
|ValidationGroup||Specifies the group of controls a button causes validation, when it posts back to the server||2.0|
For a full description, go to Web Control Standard Attributes.
For a full description, go to Control Standard Attributes.
Declare a submit Button control. Then create an event handler for the Click event which changes the text on the button.
Declare a submit Button control. Then create an event handler for the Click event which changes the text and the style of the button.
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