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Webpage Authoring

Currently authoring with Frontpage 2002 on Windows XP Pro.

I have been using Visual Basic.net (because I can afford it) for desktop
applications, but do not own the whole VS.net suite. I would like to author,
and manage if possible, my website in the Visual Studio.net environment
primarily because I have issues with Frontpage, and FP 2003 is going way to
collaborative for my needs. Is it possible to build the whole site in the
VS.net environment? I would rather remain with Microsoft than switch to
Macromedia Dreamweaver and Homesite for web authoring tasks. What other
VS.net products should I be looking at in order to build a slick,
fastloading, and fully interactive website that includes XHTML code, XML and
RSS feeds, and web based applications, or do I already have the resources I
need?

Thank you,
Dennis D.,
Webmaster,
--
http://www.dennisys.com/
Jul 21 '05 #1
2 1055
VS.NET will give you the ability to build ASP.NET pages (both the HTML and
the VB.NET for that HTML). VS.NET is also very XML friendly and allows for
many different types of web content. Between that and FP, you should have
everything you need at your fingertips.
"Dennis D." <te**@dennisys.com> wrote in message
news:Ot**************@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
Currently authoring with Frontpage 2002 on Windows XP Pro.

I have been using Visual Basic.net (because I can afford it) for desktop
applications, but do not own the whole VS.net suite. I would like to
author, and manage if possible, my website in the Visual Studio.net
environment primarily because I have issues with Frontpage, and FP 2003 is
going way to collaborative for my needs. Is it possible to build the whole
site in the VS.net environment? I would rather remain with Microsoft than
switch to Macromedia Dreamweaver and Homesite for web authoring tasks.
What other VS.net products should I be looking at in order to build a
slick, fastloading, and fully interactive website that includes XHTML
code, XML and RSS feeds, and web based applications, or do I already have
the resources I need?

Thank you,
Dennis D.,
Webmaster,
--
http://www.dennisys.com/

Jul 21 '05 #2
Thanks Scott, I will continue with the VS.net + FP approach.

Dennis D.
http://www.dennisys.com/

"Scott M." <s-***@nospam.nospam> wrote in message
news:uB**************@TK2MSFTNGP14.phx.gbl...
VS.NET will give you the ability to build ASP.NET pages (both the HTML and
the VB.NET for that HTML). VS.NET is also very XML friendly and allows
for many different types of web content. Between that and FP, you should
have everything you need at your fingertips.
"Dennis D." <te**@dennisys.com> wrote in message
news:Ot**************@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
Currently authoring with Frontpage 2002 on Windows XP Pro.

I have been using Visual Basic.net (because I can afford it) for desktop
applications, but do not own the whole VS.net suite. I would like to
author, and manage if possible, my website in the Visual Studio.net
environment primarily because I have issues with Frontpage, and FP 2003
is going way to collaborative for my needs. Is it possible to build the
whole site in the VS.net environment? I would rather remain with
Microsoft than switch to Macromedia Dreamweaver and Homesite for web
authoring tasks. What other VS.net products should I be looking at in
order to build a slick, fastloading, and fully interactive website that
includes XHTML code, XML and RSS feeds, and web based applications, or do
I already have the resources I need?

Thank you,
Dennis D.,
Webmaster,
--
http://www.dennisys.com/


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