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									   TEMPLATE:A template is a set of HTML elements and controls that
    make up the layout for a particular portion of a control. For example, in
    the DataList Web server control you can use a combination of HTML
    elements and controls to create the layout for each row of the list.
   Similarly, the DataGrid Web server control has a default look for rows in
    the grid. However, you can customize the grid's look by defining different
    templates for individual rows, alternating rows, selected rows, and so on.
   Note Templates differ from styles. A template defines the content of a
    section of a control — for example, the contents of a row in the DataList
    control. Styles, on the other hand, specify the appearance of elements
    such as color, font, and so on. Styles can apply to the control as a whole
    (for example, to set the font for the DataGrid control) as well as to
    template items. Templates consist of HTML and even embedded server
    controls. When the control runs in the Web Forms page, the control
    framework renders the contents of the template in place of the default
    HTML for the control.
     Which Controls Support
          Templates?
   Not all Web server controls support
    templates. For the most part, templates are
    supported by complex controls. In Visual
    Studio, this includes the DataGrid,
    DataList, and Repeater Web server
    controls.
           Repeater Control
 There is no default structure for the repeater
  control the structure has to be provided by the
  developer using collection of templates
  provided by repeater control.
 Header Template
  Item Template                               Presents
  Alternating Item Template                   data
  Separator Template
  Footer Template
         DATA LIST CONTROL
   It is a collection of templates where each and every template
    has to be customized by the user as per the requirement.
    {OR} This is not providing any structure by default.So it is
    similar to Repeater Control.


Data List
                   Header Template
                   Item Template
                   Alternating Item Template
                   Separator Template                         Item
                                                              Template
                   Selected Item Template
                   Edit Item Template
                   Footer Template
 Each Template is provided with Style
  Header Template  Header Style
  Item Template  Item Style
  These 2 provide built in formatting features means font
  size,backgrounds colors.
 It comes with 2 properties as Repeat Direction and Repeat
  Columns.
         Steps to customize the
            datagrid control
 After assigning the dataset and the datamember to
  the datalist control.
 Right click on the dataset control and select the edit
  template  item templates.
 Place the controls as per the requirement on the item
  Template.
   – For e.g.: Place 2 labels and one checkbox at the
     item template.
 Set the following properties for the controls placed on
  the itemTemplate.
    – Id  specify the identifier for the control
    – Databindings
         Text  container.dataitem.columnName
         Steps to customize the
            datagrid control
                             DataBindings




   Bindable Property                                   Simple Bindings

               Text                                         Container
                                                                 DataItem

                                                                   Empno
After Setting the id and Databindings property for all the controls
then right click on the datalist control and click on End Template
Editing.
[Optional]: for better look and feel right click and select autoformat
 Note in order to search for a control
  present in datalist control
 Syntax 
  datalistitem.FindControl(“ControlName”)

								
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