Allowing cuss designer access to web app

I have built an web application that I need design help with. I don't want to share my entire project with a cuss designer but rather give him just enough access to see my mark up code.
I have never done this before so am looking for advice on the best way to do this.
Is there a way in Visual Studio 2017 to collaborate in this way?
Murray BrownHead DeveloperAsked:
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Scott BushSoftware DeveloperCommented:
You cold publish it to a free hosting service such as azure and have them look at the mark up from the browser. Not ideal but should work.

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Chinmay PatelChief Technology NinjaCommented:
I would generally create a prototype or dummy project and let the customer access it - I keep the core code within my private repositories where I have total control over who gets to see what (Including my team members)
Murray BrownHead DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thank you both very much. Exactly what I needed
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