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Hi! I have a few questions here which I googled, but couldn't find the answer.

I'm told to do up a server class. I'm doing an application using ASP.NET 2.0, using Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition, language = VB. My enquiries are as follows:
  • What's a server class?
  • How do you do up a server class?
  • Isn't using this 'runat="server"' bring the application to run at the server side?
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What do you mean by "Server Class"? Are you asking how to create a custom Server Control or just a general class library?

The runat attribute is used for individual controls and not for entire applications, example:

<input type="text" id="foo"> <--this is a standard HTML input box
<input type="text" id="foo" runat="server"> <--this is a standard HTML input box that i can now access in code

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