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Hello,

I downloaded the latest VWD 2008 and also have .net 2.0 and 3.5 sp1 framework running on my PC. My school's server supports .net 2.0 only, but I cannot seem to create .net 2.0 pages in VWD 2008, as it only supports the latest .net framework. So I had a few questions about this:
  • Can I make .net 2.0 web pages with VWD 2008?
  • Is the new VWD 2008 better than the latest Microsoft Expression (I need an IDE that supports HTML/CSS, ASP.NET 2.0+, PHP, AJAX, XHTML, XML, and Database Explorer)
  • Or should I uninstall VWD 2008 and install Visual Studio 2008 Pro as it allows me to work with .net 2.0 pages?
  • What is the current Industry Standard IDE for Web Development? (Visual Studio Pro, Dreamweaver, etc..)
Someone please reply soon.

Thanks!
I'm thinking that the reason its not giving you
an option to use net framework 2.0,
is because net framework 2.0 isn't installed on
your machine:)
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when the full version of VS 2008 Professional (reg. price $999) is available to you through the Dreamspark program at absolutely no charge.
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The Microsoft .NET Framework is a component of the Windows operating system. It provides the foundation for next-generation applications, including ASP.NET web applications.




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