The problem I see here is that the server-side function is invoked whether or not the client-side function returned true. It's not really doing a real Cancel. How do I modify this so that the server-side function is only invoked IF the client-side function returns true. If the client-side function returns false, then the server-side function should not be invoked.
Just add 'return' to the code. From your link:
asp:Button OnClick="btClick1" OnClientClick="btClick2()"
Text="Click Me" runat="server" />
asp:Button OnClick="btClick1" OnClientClick="return
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