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Feb 16, 2007 09:07 PM|LINK
I know this question has been asked before and I've read several responses that I am not satisfied with. Nevertheless, my question is how do you create a custom web control with intellisense support in html view? I've read the standard response of creating
an .XSD file with the intellisense definitions and referencing the schema in the <body> tag of the html page but that can't be the only way.
I've downloaded several third party controls that have full intellisense support in html view and I've never had to reference some .XSD file in my <body> tag(s). Most recently I've searched through all of the source code for the Ajax Control Toolkit and
I haven't found any .XSD files nor have I found any code explicity enabling html intellisense (I also don't know what I'm looking for) so I'm really pretty confused about the whole topic.
I'm hoping that someone can disclose the secrets that nobody else seems to know [:)].