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Convert a form from asp.net windows application to a web form

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I have a form in an ASP.NET windows application. i need to create a replica of it in another Web application. I thought of copying the HTMl source code from the windows application form and make necessary changes and paste it into the web form.
But I am not able to see the HTML source for the windows form. I see only the designer view.
Sorry it has been long since I worked with windows form. can you please let me know how can I copy the form in the web application. Thanks!
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U mean convert web form to win form?
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by:Angel02
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No. How to convert win form to web form? (Just the design is good).
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Since you are viewing win form, it will not have html DTD and tags as it is.
If it had HTML DTD then it should be web form already.

You need to create the html page(web form) from scratch but yes, if there is any CSS used(inline), you should be able to use it accordingly.

Cheers!
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