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Which Software is the easiest for a beginner to create the "looks"

C#, Visual Studio 2010, aspx , aspn.net

     
3:53 am on Sep 23, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Hello. I am a new guy to the scene and trying to create a modern and light website using Visual Studio 2010 Asp.Net type of files.
This website will integrate with a database for heavy queries, later on.
Reason being is that I have a few lines of template and the beginning and have hammered on it for days already!
Tried the Visual Studio 2017 but it has confused me more that the 2010.
I can't really do much more than the very simple "header'...footer" kind of 1 line each proposition.
I like to create/run/test the "looks" out of the VS2010 environment and be able to add visual content at easy before bringing back to VS2010.
Any suggestions? Or a good template generator that could result in aspx files?
Thanks!
4:15 am on Sept 23, 2018 (gmt 0)

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5:21 am on Sept 23, 2018 (gmt 0)

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You might find better help in the Microsoft IIS Web Server and ASP.NET forum [webmasterworld.com] here because .aspx files are a little different from straight html and people who are familiar with asp coding are more likely to have suggestions there.

I know nothing.

6:08 am on Sept 23, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Howdy! Glad you joined WW!

Nice tools you have in hand, but if you have no experience it will be a tough slog. Spend a little more time in study to find out what can be done, and HOW... not2easy made a great suggestion above. If you are looking for a cut and paste solution that's not likely to happen. Show best efforts first and we will help out on the back end.
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Thanks. I am researching hard believe me.
6:59 am on Sept 23, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Therein is the FUN side! Decide the tool, then dive in and see what can be one (I am old school HTML, but know a bit about the other stuff, too).

Dig in and go for it. We need more coders on the web!
9:24 am on Sept 23, 2018 (gmt 0)

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You might find better help in the Microsoft IIS Web Server and ASP.NET forum


Most people here do not use the MIcrosoft stack and its not that popular in the web development world.

if you have no experience it will be a tough slog


On the other hand, one good thing about learning any web related is that there are lots of resources on the web (documentation, tutorials, blog and forum posts from people who have already solved the problem you have), and lots of helpful communities so there are no barriers to learning.
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Any particular reason you are going the ASP way? I don't want to start a debate, but if you begin, the easier would be with PHP.

For the IDE, you can also sneak a peek at Visual Studio Code [code.visualstudio.com...] easy, light weight, fast and free-for-all
8:12 pm on Oct 6, 2018 (gmt 0)

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Visual Studio for Web include some redy to use templats you can use it.