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I have a Silverlight project in my solution. How do I add it to an aspx page in my Website?
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You embed the .xap file using an object tag. Here's an article about it, it shows all the extra param tags you can use as well
http://developer.yahoo.com/dotnet/silverlight/embeddingobject.html

If this is all in 1 Solution, you can set up automatic .xap building by going into the Silverlight Applications tab of the Web Project's properties page (see pics).

You can learn a good example of exactly how to embed the .xap into your own page by examining what the generated test page does, and just throw it away after you understand.  If you need the Silverlight.js file, you can get the latest one here:

http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/silverlightjs
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