- Creating an HTML Page
- Creating an ASP.NET Page
- Opening Web Pages from Within a Web
- Navigating Web Pages
- Displaying Web Pages in the HTML Format
- Managing Web Pages
- Setting the Home Page
- Changing the Web Page Title
- Changing Web Page Properties
- Inserting Background Pictures and Watermarks
- Changing Background Colors
- Adding Background Sound
- Setting Page Size
- Previewing Web Pages
- Previewing and Printing Web Pages
- Exporting Web Content
- Creating a Page Template
- Using a Dynamic Page Template
- Creating a Master and Content Page
- Saving a Web Page with Different Formats
- Expression Web Formats
- Animating Page Transitions
Creating an ASP.NET Page
ASP.NET is the latest dynamic Web site technology from Microsoft. With ASP.NET 2.0, you can display data from a database on a Web page, allow users to create accounts and log in to your Web site, add validation to forms, and add dynamic Web site navigation. ASP.NET is a server technology, so in order to use it, you need to install it on a Web server; check with your administrator or ISP about installing ASP.NET 2.0. You also need to install .NET Framework 2.0, which already comes installed with Microsoft Windows Vista. You can also download it from the Microsoft Web site at www.microsoft.com. You can use the New dialog box to create several different types of ASP.NET pages.
Create an ASP.NET Page
- Click the Web Site tab for the site in which you want a new page.
- Click the New button list arrow on the Common toolbar, and then click Page.
- In the left pane, click ASP.NET.
- Click the type of ASP.NET page you want.
- Click OK.
An untitled Web page appears.
- Click the Save button on the Common toolbar, type a name for the page, and then click Save.