Intellisense for Javascript in Visual Studio 2005?

Posted on 2006-05-31
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
Hi there,

can anybody tell me how to enable the intellisense for Javascript in VS 2005?

I need it enabled for both in a Document i.e. aspx / html etc

and also in a .js file.

Of course if it supports it... I seemed to remember that vs 2005 does indeed support it....

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance

Question by:ianinspain
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    Javascript intellisense should be enabled by default in 2005 if you are writing the script in an aspx page
    you just have to declare a proper javascript declaration
    <script type="text/javascript">
    //in here intellisense should work if you type document. ---> intellisense should show up
    You can not get intellisense in an external ".js" file. just write the script in an aspx page then copy it to a notepad and save it as a .js file


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