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Old September 20th, 2006, 01:42 AM
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Has anyone tried to recreate the fixtures page as in the final WroxUnited site by dragging and dropping controls and entering data using the controls as opposed to hand coding. If so can you let me know how you did it please?

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Hi Ian,

You can do the majority of it by drag, drop and property alteration, but you do need to do a little bit of hand-coding to fill out the Page_Load event handler.

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That I understand thankyou for replying its just the handcoding which I understand too however I think it somewhat deviates from the book in the sense that when we go to dealing with the fixtures and gallery pages in chapter 7 and 8 (I believe) and then you go to the very same files in the wroxunited website a different principal is used ie utilising the code behind in the apsx.cs I feel that though I dont want to spoon fed every thing it does help that when you try to replicate the wroxunited that you are not coming up against a different method of implementation that is not discuss in great detail ie you expect one thing to be drag and drop the realise there is a lot of handcoding principals involved . However that said you have to nderstanfd the product more to get it to reproduce the full WroxUnited website which is my intention.
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Hi Ian,

I agree - it would have been excellent if we could have included every single step to build every page in the book, but when this was proposed, we realised we had to focus on the topic of that particular chapter. Sometimes this meant starting from a different point in the site's development process then we left it at in the previous chapter. Unfortunately it's a necessary evil.

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