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Encapsulating Design Elements in Controls

As with Web pages themselves, the common elements in a Web design can range from very simple to quite complex. By writing controls for the common design elements, you ensure that the HTML and code for each element is reusable across all of the Web pages in the application. Should changes be required, you have only one place to make them. In Chapter 10, 11, and 12, we covered the creation of user controls and custom Web controls. In this chapter, we demonstrate how to create controls to implement the VB Snippets design. We start with a couple of simple controls and progress to the more substantial.

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