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Web Sites (How Do I in Visual Web Developer)

This page links to help on widely used information pertaining to creating and managing ASP.NET Web sites. To view other categories of popular tasks covered in Help, see How Do I in Visual Web Developer.

Walkthrough: Creating a Basic Web Page in Visual Web Developer

Provides a tutorial on creating and editing an ASP.NET Web page in Visual Web Developer, including an overview of the Web development environment.

Walkthrough: Creating a Basic Web Page with Code Separation in Visual Web Developer

Provides a tutorial on working with ASP.NET code-behind pages in the Visual Web Developer designer.

Walkthrough: Creating a Local IIS Web Site in Visual Web Developer

Provides a tutorial on creating a Web site under the IIS Web root on your own computer.

Walkthrough: Editing Web Sites with FTP in Visual Web Developer

Provides a tutorial on creating a Web site in a local folder on your computer and testing it using the ASP.NET Development Server.

Walkthrough: Adding Site Navigation to a Web Site

Provides a tutorial on using site maps and creating navigation using a menu, a tree view, and a site map path control (sometimes referred to as a breadcrumb).

Walkthrough: Creating a Web Site with Membership and User Login

Provides a tutorial on adding Web site security using ASP.NET features to add a login page, authentication, and authorization.

Walkthrough: Copying a Web Site Using the Copy Web Site Tool

Provides a tutorial on synchronizing local and remote versions of a Web site.

Walkthrough: Publishing a Web Site

Provides a tutorial on deploying your Web site to a production server.

Walkthrough: Displaying a Menu on Web Pages

Provides a tutorial on adding an application menu to pages on your site.

Walkthrough: Maintaining Web Site User Information with Profile Properties

Provides a tutorial on using ASP.NET profiles to gather information from users and store it for use each time they visit.

Walkthrough: Customizing a Web Site Using Themes in Visual Studio

Provides a tutorial on creating a consistent look for pages in your Web site.

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

Provides a tutorial on creating a consistent layout for pages in your Web site.

Walkthrough: Using Shared Code in Web Sites in Visual Web Developer

Provides a tutorial on creating and using components in an ASP.NET Web site without having to compile them.

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

Provides a tutorial on creating an XML Web service in Visual Web Developer, and a Web site that connects to the Web service and calls its methods.

Walkthrough: Using Resources for Localization with ASP.NET

Provides a tutorial on creating Web pages that can display information in different languages.

Walkthrough: Creating an Accessible Web Application

Provides a tutorial on creating an ASP.NET Web page that can be accessed by people with disabilities, including how to test accessibility.

Walkthrough: Using Output Caching to Enhance Web Site Performance

Provides a tutorial on storing pages in memory for faster performance.

Types of Web Sites in Visual Web Developer

Provides an overview of where you can create and edit the files for your Web sites, and what Web server or other software you need in each case.

How to: Create File System Web Sites

Provides steps for how to create a Web site on your local computer even if you are not running Internet Information Services (IIS).

Local IIS Web Sites

Provides steps for how to create a Web site under the IIS Web root on your own computer.

How to: Create Remote IIS Web Sites

Provides steps for how to create a Web site under the IIS Web root on a remote computer.

How to: Create IIS Virtual Directories in Visual Web Developer

Provides steps for how to create a Web site using IIS in which files are stored in an arbitrary folder, not under the IIS Web site root.

How to: Open Web Sites Using FTP

Provides steps for how to connect to and open a Web site on an FTP server.

How to: Add ASP.NET Web Pages to a Web Site

Provides steps for how to work with individual files in a Web site.

ASP.NET Site Navigation Overview

Provides information on ASP.NET site maps (files that describe the site layout) and on ASP.NET controls that are designed for adding navigation to Web pages.

How to: Add Simple Site Navigation

Provides steps for how to use a site map and navigation controls.

How to: Localize Site-Map Data

Provides steps for how to create site maps that present information in different languages.

How to: Customize the Appearance of SiteMapPath Web Server Controls

Provides steps for how to set the look and behavior of SiteMapPath controls (sometimes known as breadcrumbs).

How to: Display Site-Map Data in Non-Hierarchical Web Server Controls

Provides steps for how to use site maps with controls that do not inherently support hierarchies.

How to: Filter the Nodes Retrieved by SiteMapDataSource Web Server Controls

Provides steps for how to selectively display only some paths through your Web site.

ASP.NET Themes and Skins Overview

Provides information on themes and skins, including what they are and how ASP.NET uses them to create a consistent look for pages and controls.

How to: Define ASP.NET Page Themes

Provides steps for how to create a collection of control properties and styles that you can apply as a unit to pages or Web sites.

How to: Apply ASP.NET Themes

Provides steps for how to apply an existing theme to pages or to a Web site.

How to: Apply ASP.NET Themes Programmatically

Provides steps for how to apply a theme in code.

How to: Disable ASP.NET Themes

Provides steps for how to prevent a theme from being applied to an individual page or to a Web site.

ASP.NET Profile Properties Overview

Provides an introduction to using ASP.NET profiles to gather information from users and store it for use each time they visit.

User Identification for ASP.NET Profile Properties

Provides information on how individual Web sites are identified, whether users visit anonymously or log in.

Defining ASP.NET Profile Properties

Provides information on how to create profile information for individual users.

Securing Profile Properties

Provides information on reducing the security vulnerability of maintaining profile properties.

How to: Create ASP.NET Application-Level Event Handlers

Provides steps for how to create code that runs each time the Web site starts or each time a page request is received.

ASP.NET Deployment Overview

Provides information on options for making your Web site available on a production Web server.

How to: Copy Web Site Files with the Copy Web Site Tool

Provides steps for how to copy files to another server and synchronize local and remote versions of a Web site.

How to: Publish Web Sites

Provides steps for how to precompile your Web site and store the compiled version on a staging server or production server.

Accessibility Support in ASP.NET

Provides information on features of ASP.NET that help you create Web sites that conform to accessibility standards.

How to: Check Accessibility of Web Pages in Visual Web Developer

Provides steps for how to use a Visual Web Developer tool to review your Web pages for accessibility.

How to: Add a Reference to a .NET or COM Component in a Web Site

Provides steps for how to make a .NET Framework or COM component available to code in your Web site.

How to: Add a Reference to a Visual Studio Project in a Web Site

Provides steps for how to make the output of another Visual Studio project (such as a component) available to code in your Web site.

How to: Add and Remove Web References

Provides steps for how to make an XML Web service available to code in your Web site.

How to: Configure Published Web Sites

Provides steps for how to examine and change the configuration settings of a Web site after it is published.

How to: Configure XHTML Rendering in ASP.NET Web Sites

Provides steps for how to configure ASP.NET controls so they render markup that conforms to specific XHTML standards.

Web Project Conversion from Visual Studio .NET

Provides an overview of converting Visual Studio .NET 2003 Web projects to Visual Web Developer.

Web Solution and Project File Conversion

Provides details about changes made to pages and to other files during conversion.

Web Project Settings Conversion

Provides information about what the conversion process does with project settings.

Troubleshooting Conversion to Visual Web Developer

Provides information about problems that might arise during conversion.

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