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Web and HTML Programming User Interface Elements

Visual Studio .NET 2003

These elements have to do with Web programming.

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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.

Related Sections

User Interface Reference (Visual Studio)
Provides links to reference topics on various parts of the Visual Studio user interface.
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