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ASPxNewsControl Overview

The ASPxNewsControl is designed to display news or announcements on a web page. This control is shown in the image below:

The ASPxNewsControl can function in bound and unbound modes:

To access item settings, use the ASPxNewsControl.ItemSettings property. For more information on item settings, see NewsItem.

To allow end-users to immediately navigate to the top of the current page, set the ASPxNewsControl.ShowBackToTop property to true. This shows the Back to top link within items. To specify a custom text for this link, use the ASPxNewsControl.BackToTopText property. It's also possible to display an image before this link, by specifying the ASPxNewsControl.BackToTopImage property.


The ASPxNewsControl control provides you with a comprehensive client-side functionality implemented using JavaScript code (see DevExpress.Web.Scripts to learn more):

The client-side API is always available for this control.

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