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Specifies the name of the MultiPage control to which the tabs will be linked automaticall y. The TabStrip control supports the SelectedIndexChanged event, which is fired when a user shifts from one tab to another. This event can be trapped to control the formatting and decide the contents of a particular tab. The event handler for this event is OnSelectedIndexChanged and has the following syntax: OnSelectedIndexChanged(sender As Object, e as EventArgs)
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The second parameter is the EventArgs object and contains data pertaining to this event. MultiPage control The MultiPage control is a container control that contains a set of PageView elements, which are used to render different pages in a given screen space. The PageView elements contain the visible part of the MultiPage control. The MultiPage control is typically used with the TabStrip control to give users the ability to navigate from one page to another. The following code segment creates a MultiPage control with two PageView elements: <tagprefix:MultiPage runat="server" selectedindex="1"> <tagprefix:PageView> <P> Data for page view <B>1</B> </P> </tagprefix:PageView> <tagprefix:PageView> <P> Data for page view <B>2</B> </P> </tagprefix:PageView> </tagprefix:MultiPage> Just like the TabStrip control, the MultiPage control supports the SelectedIndex property, which indicates the selected PageView. Using MultiPage and TabStrip controls together As mentioned, the TabStrip control provides navigation capabilities and the MultiPage control provides the ability to view multiple pages in the same screen area. The two controls typically are used in combination. To actually combine the MultiPage control with the TabStrip control, you need to set the TargetID property of the TabStrip control to the ID of the MultiPage control. This enables the TabStrip control to automatically switch from one PageView element to another when a user clicks a tab. The following code renders the TabStrip and MultiPage controls on the page: <%@ Page Language="VB" %> <%@import namespace="Microsoft.Web.UI.WebControls"%> <%@Register TagPrefix="myts" Namespace = "Microsoft.Web. UI.WebControls" Assembly="Microsoft.Web.UI.WebControls"%> <html> <head> </head> <body> <h3><font face="Verdana">TabStrip and MultiPage control demo</font></h3> <! render the TabStrip control and set the TargetID to point to the multipage control--> <form runat="server">
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<myts:TabStrip id="ts1" runat="server" TabDefaultStyle="background-color:lightgrey;font-family:verdana; font-weight:bold;font -size:8pt;color:blue;width:79;height:21;text-align:center" TabHoverStyle="background-color:#777777" TabSelectedStyle="background-color:darkgray;color:#000000" SepDefaultStyle="background-color:#FFFFFF;border-color:darkblue;border-width: 3px;border-style:solid;border-top:none;border-left:none;border-right:none" TargetID=" mymultipage"> <myts:Tab Text="Home" /> <myts:TabSeparator/> <myts:Tab Text="About us" /> <myts:TabSeparator/> <myts:Tab Text="Products" /> </myts:TabStrip> <! render the MultiPage control and notice that the id of the control has been set as the targetID of the TabStrip control--> <myts:MultiPage id="mymultipage" runat="server"> <myts:pageview><P><H3 style="font-family:verdana"> Welcome to our Home page! </H3> <br> Click on the tabs on top to switch to other pages in our web site.</P></myts:pageview> <myts:pageview><P><H3 style="font-family:verdana"> About Us </H3></P> </myts:pageview> <myts:pageview><P><H3 style="font-family:verdana"> Product Information here </H3> </P> </myts:pageview></myts:multipage> </form> </body> </html> The output of the preceding code is shown in Figure 4-4.
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Figure 4-4: Sample output of the TabStrip and MultiPage controls
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Table 4-5: Properties of the Toolbar control Property Description client request. DefaultStyle Specifies the default style of the toolbar. Specifies the style to be applied when the mouse hovers over the toolbar. Specifies the style to be applied when the toolbar items are selected Specifies the orientation of the toolbar, which can be horizontal or vertical. Every button on the toolbar has three states Default, Selected, and Hover. You can define appropriate CSS styles for each of the three states. Then, ASP.NET will apply the appropriate style when rendering the button.
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