Extended Controls

Extended controls are a few special purpose controls that are included with the Control Framework. These are probably not frequently used but can come in handy in many situations.

ClassDescription
  wwWebCaptcha The CAPTCHA control can be used on a form to validate user input to increase the likelyhood that the page is filled by a live human as opposed to a robot or HTTP client. The control displays an image with a code that needs to be manually typed in to match and validate the request.
  wwWebFckEditor The wwWebFckEditor control a thin wrapper around the popular <>FCK Editor control<>. The control provides rich text editing for Internet Explorer and Mozilla style browsers and includes many advanced features for text and image management.
  wwWebFileUpload Displays a File Upload control on the form, which allows selection of a file from the local file system and uploading it to the Web Server.
  wwWebHtmlEditor Provides a very basic rich HTML Edit control for Internet Explorer only. For any other browser it displays a text box instead.
  wwWebLogin The wwWebLogin control provides both a visual login control as well as the ability to authenticate users directly against a FoxPro table using the wwUserSecurity class.
  wwWebProgressBar The progress bar control provides a consistent mechanism for displaying progress information in a Web page.
  wwWebMathCaptcha A Captcha like control meant to verify that a human is posting to this link rather than an automated bot. Use on publically accessible forms that aren't secured behind authentication.
  wwWebRssFeed Control that can display an RSS 2.0 Feed easily.
  wwWebShowCode This control can be used to quickly add a View Source capability to any Web page. Simply drop the control assign a CodeFile and DisplayMode to choose a format and you're ready to go. Source code is displayed with Syntax color highlighting using csCodeParser.
  wwWebTabControl The wwWebTabControl is an easy to use TabStrip control that allows you to break large amounts of content into separate pages. The control works via client script to manage and activate specified HTML containers dynamically when a tab page is selected. To specify tab 'pages' that are to be activated on tab clicks you specify a client DOM id for the element to be shown or hidden appropriately.


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