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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 4.5.1 : in C# and VB
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I just have a general question about the book - there's certainly a lot of good stuff, it's a lot more thorough than most. I just wonder, how does one remember all of this? There are so many commands and settings and code that while I can follow the examples mostly well enough, I'd be completely lost if I had to develop a page like Wrox Planet from scratch. My biggest achilles heel is the styling and themes. I'm thinking of just concentrating on the coding aspect and not worrying so much about the styling. I wonder if the app we're developing is a little too sophisticated for a beginner project.
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I gets better with practice ;-)

In general when reading books, I try not to remember how to do stuff, but just that it can be done. Then when building sites, you know what to search for, either in a book or online.

But yes: you do need to master a whole lot of techniques to build a website.

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