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Web Forms Application Walkthroughs 

The purpose of these walkthroughs is to show you how to create a Web site using ASP.NET Web pages and controls. The following table lists a selection of walkthroughs that will provide you an overview of the ASP.NET features. By working with these walkthroughs, you will learn about creating Web sites, creating and editing Web pages, connecting to data sources, creating a middle-tier business object, and using additional ASP.NET features to customize your Web sites and pages.

Walkthrough Description

Walkthrough: Creating a Basic Web Page in Visual Web Developer

An introduction to creating ASP.NET Web pages in Visual Studio.

Walkthrough: Basic Data Access in Web Pages

An introduction to displaying data in a Web page using data source controls and the GridView control.

Walkthrough: Data Binding to a Custom Business Object

An introduction to creating a middle-tier component that makes data available to Web pages.

Walkthrough: Debugging Web Pages in Visual Web Developer

An introduction to using the Visual Studio debugger with Web pages.

Walkthrough: Creating and Using ASP.NET Master Pages in Visual Web Developer

An introduction to using ASP.NET master pages to define an overall layout for Web pages.

Walkthrough: Customizing a Web Site Using Themes in Visual Studio

An introduction to defining a consistent look for your Web pages.

Walkthrough: Creating a Web Parts Page in Visual Web Developer

An introduction to creating a Web page that uses Web parts to allow the user to customize the content and layout of a page.

Walkthrough: Creating a Web Site with Membership and User Login (Visual Studio)

An introduction to adding login security to a Web site.

Walkthrough: Creating and Using an ASP.NET Web Service in Visual Web Developer

An introduction to creating an ASP.NET Web service and consuming it from a Web page.

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