When an ASPX page is created and designed in Expressions Web (which has no code behind page check box), how do I add a code behind file in VWD2008?
The help says the following:
Adding code-behind files in ASPX or ASCX files within a traditional ASP.NET 2.0 environment is very easy thanks to Microsoft Visual Studio. All you have to do is right-click the file in Visual Studio, either in Solution Explorer or in the designer, and select View Code. Visual Studio then creates a new code behind file (if one did not already exist)
but doing the above simply displays the ASPX page.
I follow creating a code behind page when creating a new ASPX page in VWD2008 (although I have not done it) by simply checking the box.
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