Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 with Visual C# .NET 2003 by Chris Ullman, John Kauffman, Chris Hart, Visit Amazon's Dave

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This booklet teaches you the way to construct customized ASP.NET websites from the floor up. a professional crew of authors makes use of their wide ASP.NET programming event to offer you hands-on guideline within the top solution to create sites with ASP.NET and C#. This thoroughly up-to-date variation positive aspects new examples, and all code is written and confirmed for ASP.NET model 1.1.

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NET has been described as a technology and not a language, and this is an important distinction! NET pages can be made from one of many languages. However, you are not expected to know many different languages, nor are we going to teach them to you. NET. NET languages can. NET you get C# as well! " Don't worry; you won't be learning two languages. NET, as we said right from the beginning, is not a language – it is a technology. This technology is accessible via a programming language. NET features as we teach you C#.

Limitations of Static Web Pages Static Web pages limit you in several ways. For example, suppose you want to enhance your Welcome page so that it displays the current time or a special personalized message for each user. These are simple alterations, but they are impossible to achieve using HTML alone. NET As you type in the HTML, you'll soon realize the problem – you know that the user will request the page sometime, but you don't know what time they will do it! Hard-coding the time into your HTML will result in a page that always shows the same time (that will almost always be wrong).

Page Cannot Be Found: HTTP Error 404 If you get this error message as shown in Figure 1-29, it means that the browser has managed to connect to the Web server successfully, but the Web server can't locate the page you asked for. This could be because you mistyped the URL at the browser prompt. In that case, you'll see a message as shown here. aspx Web Page Unavailable While Offline Very occasionally, you'll come across a message box as shown in Figure 1-30: Figure 1-30 This happens because you've tried to request a page and you haven't currently got an active connection to the Internet.

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