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Hey guys Im trying to make an auction website for school using html, ASP and a database in Acess.
I am trying to create buttins so my users can click on them to Bid on people.
I keep coming up with different errors and when I view the source code after running the page it's different than the code I entered in dreamweaver on my page.

<input value="Bid Now!" type="submit" onClick="msgbox('hello')">

This is the code for the button on one page.

<html>
<body>

<form runat="server">
<asp:Button id="b1" Text="Submit" runat="server" />
</form>

</body>
</html>

This is another test example which isn't being interpreted properly.
Can anyone please help?

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Last Post by IdanS
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Hi

Can you post errors u r receiving... and be clear n specific about your problem..

Hope we i can help you.

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I keep coming up with different errors and when I view the source code after running the page it's different than the code I entered in dreamweaver on my page.

<input value="Bid Now!" type="submit" onClick="msgbox('hello')">

Of course you will get different control when you view the source code of the page because the Explorers(IE,FireFox...) does not know what is <asp:Button...> so the compiler (VS,Dreamwaver) change them to a control that the explorers will know them, in a case of a button its <input>, so you dont have a problem its working just fine.

Now what errors do you get?, be more specific and tell us exactly what you do and which error do you get.

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ASP.NET Controls are classes in the .NET Framework that represent visual elements on a web form. During web-form processing phases - all server controls (asp.net controls) writes the HTML output for the control based on its current state.

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ok the error for (<input value="Bid Now!" type="submit" onClick="msgbox('hello')">) button is:

Line:33
char:1
Error: Object Expected
Code:0

Sorry I cant give you the proper one for the other buttons as my teacher played around with my pages and kinda killed them. I'll post as soon as I get them up and running again :(

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