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Use .html method to output asp.net controls

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Is it possible to use the .html method to output something like an asp:label ??  It doesn't seem to work for me unless they're standard html controls.  Here's my JQuery:

$(function() {
    $("#btnContinue").click(function() {
    $('#pre_register').html("<div id='post_register'></div>");
    $('#post_register').html("<asp:Label ID='lblUserName' runat='server' Text='Enter your desired user name:'></asp:Label>")
        .fadeIn(2000, function() {

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