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Hi,

Can anyone suggest me some good tools to format my aspx page , my aspx page
in an application is very much poorly formatted,
I can't even figure out some of the ending tags exactly and aspx
code-behind really look bad.( I know the vs.net edit and formatting will do
up to a limit )
Also i am not sure is there any specific format that we should follow in
the aspx code behind like 65 chars per line(something like this).Can any one
point me to a link reg this?

Is there any add ins or some tools , that we can use in vs.net editor , so
that some of the conditions will be applied automatically while we create
the aspx page.

Excuse my english.

Thanks in advance
Hari

Mar 2 '06 #1
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As far as specific formats, there isn't really any. I don't like line breaks
and I use 3 spaces for indentation..but it's really up to each team to
create it's own standards. If you can't stand horizontal scrolling, then
maybe you should wrap (although, with proper use of CSS, only the most
complex sites, or the smallest monitors, cause a horizontal scroll I find).

Visual Studio 2003 is notorious for messing up your HTML. This is quite
unfortunate and I don't think there's much you can do about it. The 2005
editor is much easier to work with.

Sorry, but I don't think you'll find any automated answer short of working
hard at it.

Karl
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http://www.openmymind.net/

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Hi,

Can anyone suggest me some good tools to format my aspx page , my aspx
page
in an application is very much poorly formatted,
I can't even figure out some of the ending tags exactly and aspx
code-behind really look bad.( I know the vs.net edit and formatting will
do
up to a limit )
Also i am not sure is there any specific format that we should follow in
the aspx code behind like 65 chars per line(something like this).Can any
one
point me to a link reg this?

Is there any add ins or some tools , that we can use in vs.net editor , so
that some of the conditions will be applied automatically while we create
the aspx page.

Excuse my english.

Thanks in advance
Hari

Mar 2 '06 #2

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