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Old July 26th, 2007, 04:34 AM
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My main idea that it IS technically possible to use user controls in such a way, so the paragraph IS NOT technically accurate.

My second point is that user control CAN BE A CONTAINER for other controls, so even in case this user control contains such elements as <html />, <body /> or <form /> it CAN BE REUSABLE with different content loaded dynamically. Have you noticed my earlier post were master pages were mentioned? It is the very same example. Also I mentioned a concept of using user controls to design consistent layout for ASP.NET 1.1 to emulate master pages.

Sorry, but for me it looks like your main point is just to prove there is no technical inaccuracy in the paragraph of the book, while apparently there is.