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Microsoft® Expression® Web 4 Step by Step by Chris Leeds

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Using Data View in an HTML Page

Based on just the fact that Data View has a menu of its own in Expression Web 4, one can assume that it’s fairly important. That would be an accurate assumption. Not only can the Data View work on ASP.NET pages, but there’s even functionality to include a Data View in an HTM/HTML page. Including the Data View in an HTM/HTML page is another good example of client-side scripting. Expression Web uses JavaScript, XML, and XSLT to make this feature work.

In this exercise, you will insert a Data View into the Chapter7.html page and then modify its code to yield results that aren’t available through the Expression Web Graphical Interface.

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Use the Chapter7.html page of the SampleSite site you opened in the previous exercise. ...

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