I am going to the VS2005 developers day next week so I will have an opportunity to ask questions
Regardless, I will get an answer - even if I have to write my own generator add-in to do it.
From: Squibb, Brian
Sent: 07 November 2005 12:15
To: 'Chris McLay'
Subject: RE: [css-d] ASP.NET/CSS
I am the other way round
Basically an ASP/ASP.NET developer as a profession
HTML/XHTML/CSS for my private, static sites.
With ASP combining the two was not a problem, however this has all changed with ASP.NET. The focus
here is to use the Visual Studio design, which was fine for simple pages but useless for a site as
there seems to be no intuitive site level CSS support (although there is some control level
I could write the whole site using inline ASP: commands however I need to separate the code from the
content to make scalable solutions.
From: Chris McLay [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
Sent: 07 November 2005 12:08
To: Squibb, Brian
Subject: Re: [css-d] ASP.NET/CSS
with quite a few backend systems, but whenever I work with ASP.NET
developers I have issues. I suspect this is mostly the developers in
question being limited by the Visual Studio GUI, and not knowing much
Most of the sites I develop in this circumstance are XHTML
Transitional for IE6 plus other browsers as required. I'd be
interested to hear about others experiences and solutions.
Chris McLay …// designer
Mobile 041 123 9190
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On 07/11/2005, at 7:35 PM, Squibb, Brian wrote:
> I basically want to use the programming power of ASP.NET with the
> site layout of CSS. Documentation weems very sparse.
> Anyone able to help out here?
> css-discuss [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
> List wiki/FAQ -- http://css-discuss.incutio.com/
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