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Confirmation of delete alternative to JavaScript

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I have an asp.net link button (changing to an asp:button if javascript is disabled) for deleting an item and I want to prompt the user for confirmation prior to deletion.  I found a lot of things online about adding javascript into the onclick property of the button(s) and thats fine, I'm pretty familiar with that.

However, I need to have the site conform to the accessibility guidelines, meaning if javascript is turned off, the above option wouldn't work as the onclick, etc, is dependant on javascript - correct? (I know this is true for HTML, but does the runat="server" change this rule?)

Is there any server side option in C# i.e. equivalent of the messagebox in windows forms, which doesn't require javascript?  Or is my only option to submit the page and in the page_load have something that dynamically creates a confirm button or something?

Whether this makes any difference or not, I'm developing for ASP.NET 4.0.
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Unforunately the only way you are going to be able to achieve that without using client script is to submit your form, have the server bounce you to a confirmation page, and then submit again.
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Yeah, I thought that might be the only way.  I was hoping I was wrong thoguh.

Finding the same problem with FormView, GridView, etc.  Insert / update options stop when JavScript is disabled.  Having to code my own versions to make them accessible.
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