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Edit graphically ASPX pages?


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VanAlex

I was exploring tecnologies to create forums and I found ASP.NET wich seems quite interesting but maybe not as popular as PHP.

I found ASP.NET Starter Kits wich I imagine can be used has a start point to develop our own site, but I can't find how to edit the page graphically, like html in frontpage. I only see code.

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VanAlex

I found one: ASP.NET Web Matrix Project

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idkfa

Visual Studio .NET - but that costs a fair bit of $

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iamnotwhoisayiam

What about SharpDev? Does that not do asp.net aswell? Not sure if it lets you edit them graphically either, but its the only 'alternative' i've ever come across to using VS.NET for .NET development.

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best_uv_d_best

even dreamweaver will do it. That's what i use.

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kagaku

Isn't this like trying to find a graphical editor for C++?

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+chorpeac

hahaha yeah VS.NET is the best, but it is more expensive. Dreamweaver is probably pretty good. Does the WebMatrix thing give you autocomplete?

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bluebsh
Isn't this like trying to find a graphical editor for C++?

vs.net 2003 has a form designer for Managed C++ ;)

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CubanPete

webmatrix is cool use that, its like a basic version of Visual Studio .NET

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best_uv_d_best

and to be honest it reformats your HTML and source and it sucks. :p

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+chorpeac

ewww....that's no good. I don't like when my HTML is reformatted. It looks like dog p00p

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ScriptDaddy!

I take it your asking for a WYSIWYG editor for ASP.NET.

Your best bet is to try and keep the content seperate form the code.

Firstly design your page in a WYSIWYG app (Dreamweaver, frontpage etc) and then add the ASP.NET code afterwards.

This is what I would do.

I hope this helps (probably not much though ;) )

Script Daddy!

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