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    Building a website.

    I would like to develope a basic web page.
    I have visual studio .net 2003.
    What project type / wizard should I use to develop a simple web site?

    I'm comfortable programing in java/vb c++ so language isn't an issue...

    If this is an inapropriate place to ask this question, could you point me
    in the right direction?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Building a website.

    Quote Originally Posted by bobbob
    I would like to develope a basic web page.
    I have visual studio .net 2003.
    What project type / wizard should I use to develop a simple web site?

    I'm comfortable programing in java/vb c++ so language isn't an issue...

    If this is an inapropriate place to ask this question, could you point me
    in the right direction?

    Thanks.
    What do you want your webpage to do?
    SolarFlare

    Those who cling to life die and those who defy death live. -Sun Tzu

    cout << endl;
    return 0;
    }

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    Re: Building a website.

    Nothing complicated...
    A menu down the left hand side
    A top section for logos and what not...
    the rest of the screen for scrollable text with some links and images.

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    Re: Building a website.

    Why don't you just use HTML if its going to be that simple?
    "Windows programming is like going to the dentist: You know it's good for you, but no one likes doing it."
    - Andre LaMothe

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    Re: Building a website.

    Don't bother with a project then. Go to "File"->"New"->"File"; select the "General" catagory, then select "HTML Page".

    Bam! There's a simple starter template.

    Viggy

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    Re: Building a website.

    for HTML basics, you can use www.webmonkey.com

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    Re: Building a website.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrViggy
    Don't bother with a project then. Go to "File"->"New"->"File"; select the "General" catagory, then select "HTML Page".

    Bam! There's a simple starter template.

    Viggy
    Really? All I get is a blank page...
    I'm looking for a more advanced template... perhaps I'm confused..

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    Re: Building a website.

    Are you still in design mode? If you are try clicking the liitle button on the bottom of the page that says HTML.
    "Windows programming is like going to the dentist: You know it's good for you, but no one likes doing it."
    - Andre LaMothe

    DLL For Beginners(UPDATED)
    Please use CODE tags
    Rate me if I've helped.

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    Exclamation Re: Building a website.

    Greetings:
    AceHTML 5 (freeware & very nice and dependable)


    Mansoor
    "Nay, you love this present life!"

    Save your keystrokes!

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    Re: Building a website.

    I can help you,building a simple website is a simple case.

    I master HTML,JSP,PHP,and ASP,almost every script language

    e-mail:lifesting@163.com.

    You can also contact me by MSN,while my MSN ID is xyrt@msn.com.

    Best Regards!
    GOOD GOOD STUDY DAY DAY UP

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