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C# Primer: A Practical Approach by Stanley B. Lippman

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7.2. Opening an ASP.NET Web Application Project

We'll open a new ASP.NET Web application project.[3] By default the project title is WebApplication1. The default location is displayed as http://localhost. Physically, the project is divided between the server's Web content root (inetpub/wwwroot) and the Visual Studio Projects directory under MyDocuments.

[3] ASP.NET requires both Internet Information Services (IIS) and FrontPage Server Extensions to be installed.

Visual Studio opens the project in the Design view of the ASP.NET page. This is the drag-and-drop designer view. Alternatively, we can display the page within the HTML editor. We can toggle between the two views by clicking the Design or HTML button at the left-hand bottom corner of the ...

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