Chapter 3. Using Visual Web Developer
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
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.
In the ...