[Okta Webinar] Learn how to a build a cloud-first strategyRegister Now

x
  • Status: Solved
  • Priority: Medium
  • Security: Public
  • Views: 318
  • Last Modified:

I am running windows 7 Pro 64 with IE8 and FireFox and need to view aspx files

Can you view aspx files using Windows 7.
0
jlkirby
Asked:
jlkirby
1 Solution
 
callphysicCommented:
Yes, you can with Notepad. Alternatively, download Notepad++ from

http://sourceforge.net/projects/notepad-plus/files/notepad%2B%2B%20releases%20binary/npp%205.6.3%20bin/npp.5.6.3.Installer.exe/download

which gives syntax highlighting
0
 
ICGCommented:
ASPX should pull up fine - that is more of browser issue than an O/S issue.  ASPX is just a webpage format built in ASP.NET.

If you are having issues viewing a ASPX page in Firefox, use the IE tab add-on (http://ietab.mozdev.org/).  Basically can convert individual sites to IE format while using Firefox.  IE should have not issue viewing ASPX pages.
0
 
jlkirbyAuthor Commented:
This will open the file but it is not in a readable format.  The file is a monthly statement from BOA that opens fine in Windows XP.
0
Industry Leaders: We Want Your Opinion!

We value your feedback.

Take our survey and automatically be enter to win anyone of the following:
Yeti Cooler, Amazon eGift Card, and Movie eGift Card!

 
jlkirbyAuthor Commented:
Won't open in IE8 or Firefox
0
 
McKnifeCommented:
What browser and version did you use on xp? Could you upload your aspx page (rename it to .txt first)?
0
 
jlkirbyAuthor Commented:
I opened in chrome on xp machine.  Sorry, can't upload because it has banking info in it.  Have tried Chrome, Firefox and IE8 on windows 7 machine.  File should normally open from BOA site but is forcing me to download in Windows 7.
0
 
McKnifeCommented:
You could edit the aspx with notepad and get the banking info out.
0
 
jlkirbyAuthor Commented:
Most of the text, including the banking info  looks like this in notepad:

Ï@aßìÜ5kV{k¬6 FÍ̏Å×çx>«y¼PÑÕbât·Îõ</ÕVò>nm§/Üy9ú`¨ñUòdxwLêZ׏1¹OCþ~ºZõS/ðò[$¬çÉ'~¡'¡TI¦R|r}ôØ5îDÐIÚºáuðàÁ04*×Q7°XIò¦0&£lLÈ6HÁƼà`÷§ | 5³gÏÞµk¿¨
Ï3¡ºõÜÕb*«¥¥&9bþÁ¯ cöÉB9ò
ÿÒ¥Kå{h¾r8ñÔ8/ÂÃ)S¦>|°Â|mÈõôô°"üCìÁyóæ~ÎS9Æ}44;S<yòÆUt
0
 
McKnifeCommented:
OK, then your .aspx is not plain text - sorry, then I don't really know how to reproduce the problem.
0
 
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
They should render properly in your browsers as they are not client dependant you might want to turn on the net framework in programs and features/turn windows options on or off
0
 
jlkirbyAuthor Commented:
I am away from home for a few days.  I will try this when I get back.  Thanks
0
 
jazzIIIloveCommented:
Hi there;

If it contains no .NET codes, just rename it to html and you can view it but if it contains .NET code, you must run in it on a server. In fact, the pages you grab is the delivered result of a server request.

You need to have VS 2005 or 2008 for that. You have to start your VS first, and it starts your development server. Note that ASPX pages need a server to run.

To debug or such stuff, you can create virtual directory with application in your IIS.

In order to view it, you may choose a root, and of course this would be inetpub/wwwroot, and put it/them under. If you dont use inetpub/wwwroot, you must create a virtual directory where you want your test the aspx pages using Interent Information Services tool under Admin Tools.

Unlike php codes, you need VS to view it, debug it and IIS to run it.
php on the other hand needs also a web server but you can view the .php files whichever tool you want.

Best regards.
0

Featured Post

Free Tool: Path Explorer

An intuitive utility to help find the CSS path to UI elements on a webpage. These paths are used frequently in a variety of front-end development and QA automation tasks.

One of a set of tools we're offering as a way of saying thank you for being a part of the community.

Tackle projects and never again get stuck behind a technical roadblock.
Join Now