Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) documents can be created and edited in the HTML Designer. Two views of HTML documents are available during editing. In Design view, you can use simple drag-and-drop procedures to add HTML elements, as well as to size and position them. In HTML view, you can edit HTML markup directly and add handler functions to scripts.
In This Section
- Options that Affect Existing HTML, CSS, or XML Markup
- How to set HTML Designer Options.
- Navigating in HTML Designer
- How to use HTML Designer.
- Creating HTML Pages
- How to create Web pages.
- Editing HTML Pages in Design View
- How to design View to edit HTML documents.
- Previewing an HTML Page in a Web Browser
- How to open the HTML page you are editing in a Web browser.
- Adding a Web Browser
- How to add a Web browser to the Browse With dialog box.
- Creating Scripts and Editing Event Handlers in HTML Designer
- How to add scripts to a Web page.
- Event Handling in HTML Elements Sample
- How to make HTML elements interact with the user by adding Event Handlers that run on events such as onClick or onChange.
- Choosing an Alternate HTML Editor
- How to specify other editors to modify HTML markup and scripts.
- HTML and XML Schema Extensibility
- Provides background on adding custom markup schemas to support new versions of HTML and XML.
- HTML Document Properties, Properties Window
- Describes properties that can be set for an HTML document.
- Setting the targetSchema Property of an HTML Document
- Explains how to select the Web browser for which an HTML document will be designed.
- HTML Designer
- Describes the Visual Studio .NET designer for HTML documents.
- Working With CSS Styles
- Explains how to define a consistent look and feel for a Web site using CSS styles.