Bootstrap 4.x doesn't give you white buttons by default, but sometimes white buttons look better, particularly for something like a search box using an input group with button addon placed on a navbar.
There are a few methods for hiding and showing Bootstrap 3.x and 4.x modals in an ASP.NET Web Forms application. This technique is pure ASP.NET (requires no client script) and allows you to show and hide modals by changing the Visible property of a containing PlaceHolder or Panel.
Although you can easily create inline checkboxes and radio buttons using ASP.NET CheckBoxes and RadioButtons using Bootstrap's checkbox-inline and radio-inline classes, it's not so easy with ASP.NET CheckBoxList and RadioButtonList controls.
Following on from my last post about improving Bootstrap styling and accessibility for ASP.NET RadioButtonLists and CheckBoxLists, in this post I offer a solution for styling these controls within Bootstrap horizontal forms.