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ASP.NET C# Web design, Visual Studio 2008 or Dreamweaver?

ASP.NET C# Web design, Visual Studio 2008 or Dreamweaver?

I am starting to create web pages using C# in the .NET environment. I like Visual Studio for adding controls with ease, I like Dreamweaver for page design, drag and drop graphics, etc. Neither tool seems to work very well as a saingle solution for creating ASP.NET web pages? I am a novice at this so I may be wrong and one of them may be better than the other or you have to use both? ANy thoughts would be greatly appreciated!!

Karl66

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TechTiger007Commented:
Create your asp.net page with code in seperate file (page.aspx and page.aspx.cs)
aspx page is basically a html page with asp.net controls. You can open this page in dream weaver and add your images graphics etc. Once this is done you can open the page in visual studio and add .net controls. You may encounter some syntax issues probably that can be fixed. I read that Dreamweaver has got support for asp.net controls now
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crazymanCommented:
Dont use designers for anything and youll do better in the long run with understanding exactly whats going on...
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