Chapter 2. Using the Visual Studio .NET Designer

Visual Studio .NET enables you to build Web pages with standard elements, such as forms, hypertext links, and tables. The development environment also provides advanced features, such as support for different browser versions, framesets, Cascading Style Sheets, and client-side scripts. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to take advantage of these features to create the visual portion of the Web pages for your applications.

This chapter is divided into two parts, corresponding to the two methods that Visual Studio .NET ...

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