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ASP.NET Panel Control tutorials

  • The Panel control is used as a container for other controls. This control is often used to generate controls by code and to display or hide groups of controls as per the condition.

  • The Panel control provides several properties that allow you to customize the behavior and display of its contents. Use the BackImageUrl property to display a custom image for the Panelcontrol. Use the ScrollBars property to specify scroll bars for the control.



The syntax of the panel control is:

<asp:Panel ID="Panel1" AccessKey="string" Visible="True|False" runat="server"    Width="size" Wrap="True|False" > </asp:Panel>

  • The following table shows the list of properties of the panel controls:





Specifies the background color of the panel control


Specifies the URL of the background image for the panel control


Specifies the control that contains this control's data bindin


Specifies the border color of the panel control


Specifies the control ID for HTML markup that is generated by ASP.NET


Specifies a reference to the naming container if the naming container implements IDataItemContainer


Specifies the direction in which to display controls that include text in a Panel control


Specifies the value indicating whether the Web server control is enabled


Specifies the for ground color of the panel.


Specifies the caption for the group of controls that is contained in the panel control


Specifies the height of the web server control


Sets the horizontal alignment of the content in the panel


Specifies the programmatic identifier assigned to the server control


Specifies the character used to separate control identifiers


Specifies the visibility and position of scroll bars in a Panel control


Specifies a value indicating whether the content wraps within the panel


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