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Last post Dec 06, 2009 07:05 PM by Mikesdotnetting
Dec 06, 2009 01:50 PM|LINK
im really new to all this making web site business, but iv been coding using c# for some time now. iv been using visual studio to make sum asp.net web forms that been working all good but visual studio isnt that great when it comes to designing web sites
and stuff, so i thought ill try using dream weaver as it supports ASP.net, but iv got a problem now i cant set the server up on my machine. with visual studio you dont need to mess around all you have to do is press the green play button and visual studio
sorts the rest out. can some one help me please on how i can set my dreamweaver up so i can test on my machine.
Dec 06, 2009 07:05 PM|LINK
If I were you, I'd use Dreamweaver to manage the designs of your page, then use Visual Studio to add the code. I wouldn't rely on DW for very much ASP.NET support. I'm not sure about CS4, but previous versions added their own controls etc, and offer no intellisense
or debugging support.
You should really move away from relying on WYSIWYG web page designers anyway. Trust the browser, not the designer.