Can I import Web Controls made in Notepad and still have them open up and editable in VS.NET RAD en
Yes, thanks I did read it.
It says that you can edit the Web Controls in an "code-behind window" while
still looking in the "designer" window.
So, I guess, can I code a Web Control in Notepad and still have VS.NET still
open my aspx page in their designer windows and edit it just as if I Dragged
and Dropped for the Web Controls Toolbox?
I want to still be able to use VS.NET RAD tools even though I originally
made my Web Controls in Notepad.
"Larry Serflaten" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> From what I read, there are two kinds of controls, the WebControls
> and HTML Controls. The controls you hard code are of the HTML
> variety. Have you seen this:
> "com no spam lift" <email@example.com> wrote in
> > I am hard coding in Notepad the DataGrids to make the tables in an ASPX
> > file.
> > I know that VS.NET can make DataGrids using it's automated controls, but
> > when I open my ASPX files that have hand coded DataGrids , will VS.NET
> > accept them and then convert them into there DataGrid controls?
> > Thanks.
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