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Project versus Web Site

Posted on 2008-11-06
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Last Modified: 2013-11-26
Can you please tell me the different between a web project and a web site in visual studio 2008?

I notice you can copy a website, but you can only publish a project. Plus it appears the project doesn't copy up the web pages, just what it needs to run.

Also, can I use a project to create a dll to put in the bin directory of another project so that it can have access to its classes? Where can I learn more about how to create dll libraries like that?

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