I guess this exists because Microsoft realizes that some of its rendered HTML code are not that easy to apply CSS to. So this adapter comes and stands in the way of the rendering process to generate different sets of HTML. It’s pretty cool because at the very least it exposes the way to render customized HTML based on whatever requirements.
However, I don’t find it useful for all the controls it currently supports. On the contrary, some make it even harder to apply CSS to. With the help of Skin files, the look and feel of controls such GridView or DetailsView can be pretty well customized.
As of any other MS technologies, there are always more than one way of doing it. Whatever fits your need should be used…
By Bryan Xu
- Posted by Bryan Xu
- On August 18, 2008
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