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Basically, a question for livewrong: Are you using VWD to create ASP.NET pages (ie: Web Form template) and writing C# code within - or using it as a WYSIWYG editor for HTML (ie: HTML Page template)?

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Here is evidence that it requires ASP.NET (even though wikipedia has no guarentee).

Visual Web Developer Express

The Visual Web Developer Express is a freeware web development tool that allows developers to evaluate the web development and editing capabilities of the other Visual Studio 2008 editions at no charge. Its main function is to create ASP.NET websites and Web project model (like in ASP.NET 1.1) is not supported.

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Basically, what does your website consist of?

  • [*:2ymt38x9]Databases?
    [*:2ymt38x9]Functionality (ie: C#/VB Code)?
    [*:2ymt38x9]Simple Formatting?

It is very hard to find a host for ASP.NET and HTML is very simple. Most professional Web 2.0 sites use PHP AFAIK.

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Well, for my website, I'm planning to have it be a website for both me and my friend, and we'll run it together. It'll be kind of like a blog and a gallery, in one. He would post links programs that he made (most likely hosted on MediaFire), and maybe talk about his addiction to Maplestory (an MMORPG), and I would post my graphics (hosted on PhotoBucket, so as not to take up space on my site--Is that possible?), and maybe some other useful snippets. It's kind of meant to be a learning experience. Nothing too big.

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When you are writing your blog and uploading your photos. Have you created a system on that site that allows you to upload them without editing the pages (ie: From a database) or will you simply edit the pages to write an entry?

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Yeah, MBL, I think I saw one of their ads in this month's PC World magazine.

Edit: I think I'm gonna ask my dad about all of this when he gets home, he probably knows what's best for me, and can help me figure it out. But, thanks for all your help, guys.

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What!? Is it because of the software? If so, I highly recommend OSX86. If the hardware, then go with a MacBook Pro, all of the features of the stupid Air except it has more than a USB port.

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I don't want to buy a Sony or Dell or HP because the computers come with 5000 programs and stickers and it's ridiculous. They need 8 tray icons just to enable all the hardware functionality. The MacBook just kinda works. I wasn't going to get an Air, just the regular MacBook with 13.3", 2.4ghz, 2gb RAM, 160gb HD. It wouldn't be my primary machine. Oh and it's a business expense, and thus tax deductible :)

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