Image.NET 1.1, disposable

System.Web.UI.MobileControls (

The Image control displays the image specified by the ImageUrl property. Because different mobile devices support different image formats, you will almost always use device-specific <Choice> elements to ensure that each type of device receives a different ImageUrl (which will point to a different image format). For example, an image formatted as a .gif file will be displayed on HTML-capable browsers, but will not be displayed on WML-capable browsers. For WML-capable browsers, you need an image formatted as a .wbmp file. The Image control itself does not provide any ability to convert images from one format to another, or modify any image characteristics. (For example, if a client supports only monochrome images, the Image control will not automatically convert a color image to monochrome.)

In some cases, the ImageUrl will not contain the URL for an image, but a scheme that indicates device-specific information. For example, WML 1.1 phones that support glyphs recognize the symbol: scheme. On an i-more phone, the ImageUrl "symbol:63726" maps to a heart icon.

public class Image : MobileControl, System.Web.UI.IPostBackEventHandler {
// Public Constructors
   public Image( );
// Public Instance Properties
   public string AlternateText{set; get; }
   public string ImageUrl{set; get; }
   public string NavigateUrl{set; get; }
   public string SoftkeyLabel{set; get; }


System.Object System.Web.UI.Control(System.ComponentModel.IComponent, System.IDisposable, System.Web.UI.IParserAccessor, System.Web.UI.IDataBindingsAccessor) MobileControl(System.Web.UI.IAttributeAccessor) Image(System.Web.UI.IPostBackEventHandler)

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System.Web.UI.MobileControls.Adapters.HtmlImageAdapter.Control, System.Web.UI.MobileControls.Adapters.WmlImageAdapter.Control

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    Chapter 40. The System.Web.UI.MobileControls Namespace
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