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Learning ASP.NET (knowing HTML)

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After getting to know VB.NET, I'm now about to learn ASP.NET, since
customer requests points in this direction.

Naturally, I wish to start up in a proper way. As mentioned I'm
familiar with VB.NET. But I know very little about creating homepages.

What I wan't to know is, if getting to know HTML will be an advantage
in regards to learning ASP.NET? What should my efforts be in regards
to learning HTML? What should I expect to know? Or is it even of no
matter?

In future I'll be creating ASP-sites with a technical touch to it
(sites for few users and with specific purpose), meaning:
functionality is primary, design secondary.

Thx in advance for any input! :-)

Regards /Snedker
Feb 23 '06 #1
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Yes, understanding HTML is a must for any web developer. Just first few
things that came to my mind:

You need to understand what client-side elements correspond to your
server-side controls.

You need to understand DHTML object model in order to be able to program in
javascript for better user experience.

You need to know CSS and how to layout pages with tables.

And, as you for sure understand, HTML is only a part, although significant,
of what you have to learn for ASP.NET.

Eliyahu

"Morten Snedker" <morten_spammenot_ATdbconsult.dk> wrote in message
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After getting to know VB.NET, I'm now about to learn ASP.NET, since
customer requests points in this direction.

Naturally, I wish to start up in a proper way. As mentioned I'm
familiar with VB.NET. But I know very little about creating homepages.

What I wan't to know is, if getting to know HTML will be an advantage
in regards to learning ASP.NET? What should my efforts be in regards
to learning HTML? What should I expect to know? Or is it even of no
matter?

In future I'll be creating ASP-sites with a technical touch to it
(sites for few users and with specific purpose), meaning:
functionality is primary, design secondary.

Thx in advance for any input! :-)

Regards /Snedker

Feb 23 '06 #2

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