Web and HTML Programming User Interface Elements
Visual Studio .NET 2003
These elements have to do with Web programming.
In This Section
- AutoFormat Dialog Box (Calendar Control)
- Allows you to select predefined sets of colors, border styles, and other settings (referred to as a scheme) and apply them to a Calendar Web server control.
- AutoFormat Dialog Box (Web Forms DataGrid and DataList Controls)
- Allows you to select predefined sets of colors, border styles, and other settings (referred to as a scheme) and apply them to a DataGrid or DataList Web server control.
- Color Picker Dialog Box
- Allows you to assign style attributes to HTML elements.
- Connect to Web Server Dialog Box
- Opens a Web server for browsing.
- CSS Editor
- Allows you to edit cascading style sheets.
- DataBindings Dialog Box
- Allows you to specify what data source properties are bound to.
- DataGrid Properties Dialog Box
- Allows you to set properties for the DataGrid Web server control.
- DataList Properties Dialog Box
- Allows you to set properties for the DataList Web server control.
- Document Outline Window
- Provides a nested, outline view of elements and scripts in the current document.
- HTML Designer
- Provides editors and tools that enable you to create and modify HTML documents.
- Name and Password Required Dialog Box
- Prompts you to enter the ID and password of a user on the server who has FrontPage administrator permissions.
- Regular Expression Editor
- Allows you to edit the ValidationExpression property of the RegularExpressionValidator control.
- Web Forms Designer
- Allows you to add controls to a form, arrange them, and write code for their events.
- Web Permissions Dialog Box
- Allows you to set various kinds of permissions for your Web application.
- Web Project URL Not Found Dialog Box
- Indicates that no URL is associated with the existing project.
- User Interface Reference (Visual Studio)
- Provides links to reference topics on various parts of the Visual Studio user interface.