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In ASP.NET using C# with .Net Framework 4.0, can a checkbox be placed in a footer?

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In ASP.NET using C# with .Net Framework 4.0, can a checkbox be placed in a footer?
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a footer of ?? can you elaborate further?
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ASP.NET is just a framework for creating HTML, and in HTML you can place a checkbox wherever you like (except directly within the <html> tag--i.e. outside of the <body> tag). If you need the checkbox to be data-bound, then you may have a bit of additional work in order to wire it up, but you should still be able to do it.
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