Just as in the HTML editor we looked at in the previous recipe, the CSS editor in Visual Studio has been improved. In this recipe, we'll take a look at these improvements by tweaking the default CSS of a web project.
Simply start Visual Studio Express 2013 for Web or any of the premium versions for this recipe. We will create a fresh project, but if you have an existing project in mind that has a relevant CSS file, that should work just as well.
There are several features that are helpful when editing CSS files, so let's take a look at what VS2013 offers by performing following steps:
WebApp3, or a project of your own choice that uses CSS files.