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opening aspx-files in frontpage?

Hello everybody,

I have created a webform using ASP.NET/C# as a part of my bachelor
thiesis on the behalf of a Community school.
The form should be used to save course information in a database and
publish this information on a webpage.

My question is now this:
Is it possible for the webmaster of the school to open my aspx-files
in Frontpage 2000, which they are using as editor, and make minor
changes in the layout?
I have tried myself but Frontpage doesnt seem to be able to handle
the <asp:XXXX> -tags. The layout is not nearby what its supposed to
be, and buttons and checkboxes doest appear at all.

Has anyone some solution to this probelm?

best regards/ Peter
Nov 17 '05 #1
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While I normally do not suggest jumping on a beta, the Office 2003 beta is a
good program for this. FrontPage 2003 does recognize ASP.NET tags. You can
work with FrontPage 2002, but you will get a lot of FUD in the process.
Nothing is going to be perfect with items that are bound, but FP 2003 will
be a major improvement, if you can swing working with a beta in your
environment.

--
Gregory A. Beamer
MVP; MCP: +I, SE, SD, DBA
Author: ADO.NET and XML: ASP.NET on the Edge

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"Peter H" <km*****@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Hello everybody,

I have created a webform using ASP.NET/C# as a part of my bachelor
thiesis on the behalf of a Community school.
The form should be used to save course information in a database and
publish this information on a webpage.

My question is now this:
Is it possible for the webmaster of the school to open my aspx-files
in Frontpage 2000, which they are using as editor, and make minor
changes in the layout?
I have tried myself but Frontpage doesnt seem to be able to handle
the <asp:XXXX> -tags. The layout is not nearby what its supposed to
be, and buttons and checkboxes doest appear at all.

Has anyone some solution to this probelm?

best regards/ Peter

Nov 17 '05 #2
Thanks for your response Gregory.
Ill try to get my hand of a copy of the FrontPage 2003 and see how it works out.

bets regards/ Peter

"Cowboy \(Gregory A. Beamer\)" <No************@comcast.netRemuvThis> wrote in message news:<#B**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl>...
While I normally do not suggest jumping on a beta, the Office 2003 beta is a
good program for this. FrontPage 2003 does recognize ASP.NET tags. You can
work with FrontPage 2002, but you will get a lot of FUD in the process.
Nothing is going to be perfect with items that are bound, but FP 2003 will
be a major improvement, if you can swing working with a beta in your
environment.

--
Gregory A. Beamer
MVP; MCP: +I, SE, SD, DBA
Author: ADO.NET and XML: ASP.NET on the Edge

************************************************** **************************
****
Think Outside the Box!
************************************************** **************************
****
"Peter H" <km*****@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:f2**************************@posting.google.c om...
Hello everybody,

I have created a webform using ASP.NET/C# as a part of my bachelor
thiesis on the behalf of a Community school.
The form should be used to save course information in a database and
publish this information on a webpage.

My question is now this:
Is it possible for the webmaster of the school to open my aspx-files
in Frontpage 2000, which they are using as editor, and make minor
changes in the layout?
I have tried myself but Frontpage doesnt seem to be able to handle
the <asp:XXXX> -tags. The layout is not nearby what its supposed to
be, and buttons and checkboxes doest appear at all.

Has anyone some solution to this probelm?

best regards/ Peter

Nov 17 '05 #3

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