Chapter 3. Using Visual Web Developer

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In this hour, we will cover

  • Creating new websites and web pages

  • Opening existing websites

  • Customizing the editor through Visual Web Developer’s Options menu

  • Using techniques for laying out HTML content through the Design view

  • Moving and resizing the assorted windows

  • Accessing help through the installed documentation

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In the preceding hour we looked at the ASP.NET programming model, noting how ASP.NET pages are composed of an HTML portion and a source code portion. Recall that the HTML portion of an ASP.NET web page consists of static HTML markup and Web control syntax; the code portion, separated out into its own file, is implemented as a class with various event handlers.

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