Enclosed is the sample I am working with. What is needed is a control for each catalog item. The results needs to look like the [url removed, login to view] (the [url removed, login to view] does). The [url removed, login to view] is the page that uses the web control. The purpose of using the control for each item is so if somebody chooses the item; then it will return the data for the individual item.
I don't think the repeater control will work because otherwise; when the event gets raised; it won't know which item it is when clicking on one. Plus; the header may vary as well. Plus sometimes items has to be made invisible in certain situations as well (I have the code for this).
I tried adding the controls to an html table but that did not work either. Somehow; at runtime needs to load the control the control needs to represent one item). For this example; 3 controls will be loaded. When someone clicks on one; then needs to show the messagebox shown (I already have code for the ItemSelected event).
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