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Old September 24th, 2010, 11:25 AM
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I have been away from ASP.NET most of September but am going to resume, and start chapter 10 again. Class reunion stuff kept me busy and also I improved my PowerPoint skills.

Anyway, while updating pages on my website (I changed my pages from PHP to ASPX type.) I notice that when I use Dreamweaver to edit ASPX pages, I find myself having to take the HTML code and save it with that extension. The ASPX editing in Dreamweaver 8 does not give you any help. That is one of the things I miss with plain HTML, it is easier to edit your designs.

I have decided to leave my other major website in PHP because it is just to big to port to ASPX and I know I would have editing problems.

Anyway, hope to be able to read and also help others in this great book of Imars and I will be writing a review very shortly on Amazon, and my handle on Amazon is bdprog.
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Old September 24th, 2010, 01:37 PM
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Are you asking a question or just making a statement?

This is not a general chat box so people (including me) will typically look for a question in a post.....

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Are you asking a question or just making a statement?

This is not a general chat box so people (including me) will typically look for a question in a post.....

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Imar, I was reading the mail, and the notification came up that I haven't commented in a while, and I took the friendly suggestion of making a comment. I did not mean any offense here, but I have helped others in this forum and I appreciate the help you have given me. I am sorry about that.

There was an implied question in the fact that I do have trouble editing pages for the web, in that I have to take my ASP.NET page and post it in a regular HTML page to do edits, such as hyperlinks, image location, etc. Although Microsoft' Web Developer does this, it does not do it as well as a professional web design program such as Dreamweaver.

Thanks and have a great weekend!
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No offense taken at all. I was just trying to figure out why you posted it, and whether or not it had anything to do with me or with my books.

I left Dreamweaver behind for development years ago. It may have a nice Design View but it lacks in pretty much every other development area. I do most of my development in Visual Studio and use my imagination and a browser as Design View.

Ironically, I still use Dreamweaver to write blog posts for my web sites. But that's the only thing I still use it for.... ;-)

Cheers,

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No offense taken at all. I was just trying to figure out why you posted it, and whether or not it had anything to do with me or with my books.

I left Dreamweaver behind for development years ago. It may have a nice Design View but it lacks in pretty much every other development area. I do most of my development in Visual Studio and use my imagination and a browser as Design View.

Ironically, I still use Dreamweaver to write blog posts for my web sites. But that's the only thing I still use it for.... ;-)

Cheers,

Imar

No problem, maybe I can learn to use the Web Developer to do the pages, but for now I have to put them into Dreamweaver as HTML and then copy and paste.

By the way you will get a five star review from me in Amazon shortly. I just have to review some of the chapters a bit that I've read so far up to chapter 10, but I want to get it out soon, because time is money, and I truly believe you have written an excellent book and you have gone beyond the call of duty with your help on this forum. ;-)
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