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base.CreateChildControls(); Table t; TableRow tr; TableCell tc; // A table that is used to layout the controls t = new Table(); // Label with instructions for the user tr = new TableRow(); tc = new TableCell(); tc.ColumnSpan = 2; tc.VerticalAlign = VerticalAlign.Top; Label lblInstructions = new Label(); lblInstructions.Text = "<br>Did a team member of the hospital go above and beyond for you or someone else?<br/>" + "Did they help a guest or a peer have a pleasant and enjoyable experience at xxxxx " + "<br>xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxx? If so, and you would like to show your appreciation <br/>" + "towards this person, please tell us what they did for you or someone else. " + "<br>Fill out this form and tell us their name and information about what you experienced. <br/>" + "That way, we can recognize this person's good efforts throughout the hospital." + "<br> <br/>"; tc.Controls.Add(lblInstructions); tr.Controls.Add(tc); t.Controls.Add(tr); // Contact Name label tr = new TableRow(); tc = new TableCell(); tc.Style["padding-top"] = "7px"; tc.VerticalAlign = VerticalAlign.Top; Label lblContactName = new Label(); lblContactName.Text = "Name of the team member:"; tc.Controls.Add(lblContactName); tr.Controls.Add(tc); // Contact Name textbox tc = new TableCell(); tc.VerticalAlign = VerticalAlign.Top; txtContactName = new TextBox(); txtContactName.ID = "txtContactName"; txtContactName.Width = Unit.Pixel(300); tc.Controls.Add(txtContactName); tr.Controls.Add(tc); t.Controls.Add(tr);