Have you ever encountered a scenario in which sometimes, when developing within the space of ASP.NET Webforms, you need to look for the equivalent HTML server controls of the following: span, body, div, font, p, ul, and li? This is where the HtmlGenericControl comes into the picture; it represents the HTML server control element not directly represented by the ASP.NET framework. That’s why in this article, we’ll discuss more of HtmlGenericControl.

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