Four Helpful Custom Base Page Features

Published 18 December 08 02:23 PM | Scott Mitchell

One of the first things I do when creating a new ASP.NET web application is create a custom base page class and add a handful of useful methods I've used in other projects. My latest article on DotNetSlackers.com shares four helpful features that you can add to your base page class:

  • Display a JavaScript Alert
  • Recursively Search the Control Hierarchy
  • Record Page Execution Times
  • Set the Page's Title

Read more at: Four Helpful Features to Add to Your Base Page Class.

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