Mike Brind's Beginning ASP.NET Web Pages with WebMatrix PDF

By Mike Brind

ISBN-10: 1118050487

ISBN-13: 9781118050484

Taking a task-oriented method of studying, this functional advisor indicates you why WebMatrix is a perfect entry-level instrument for constructing websites utilizing ASP.NET. the writer duo palms you with the fundamentals of what WebMatrix is, the way it works, how you can get the main out of it, and the opposite applied sciences you must comprehend as a way to turn into a winning developer, together with HTML, CSS, and SQL. you will discover how WebMatrix integrates with an open resource internet software gallery and contains precious coding and database aid. better of all: no past event with net improvement is thought, permitting you to with a bit of luck dive into utilizing WebMatrix this day.

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NET run time. NET Framework, which is designed specifically to process web requests. NET run time is asked to process a Web Page file, it looks for two things: ➤➤ Static Content: This includes HTML and textual content. It may also include embedded styling information contained in CSS and JavaScript code. These elements are sent to the browser directly — exactly as they appear in the original file. ➤➤ Dynamic Content: In the previous “Try It Out,” you saw that you can embed programming logic inline within HTML in a Web Pages file.

They are known as self-closing tags, and they look like this: You will see the most commonly used self-closing tag shortly. ToString()

The text “Hello WebMatrix” is enclosed in

tags. Altogether, the opening tag, the content, and the closing tag form an element. This particular element is a top-level heading. Further up the document, you see the opening tag for the body element. Towards the end of the document, you see the closing tag for the body element. The h1 and p elements that you added are child elements of the body element.

Recalling the way that this text was displayed when you ran the page, you will remember that “Hello WebMatrix” appeared large and bold, but it also appeared on a line of its own. Headings are block-level elements. Block-level elements begin on a new line by default. The fact that the text you added appears on separate lines within the file has nothing to do with the resulting display. If you placed both lines on one, the rendered result would have been the same. Browsers ignore line breaks and most of the white space in HTML, except in one specific instance — when the

 tag is used. 

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