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Previewing ASP pages in Visual InterDev 6.0
If you use the Quick View feature of the HTML editor in Visual InterDev 6.0, there are a few things you should keep in mind. Because the Quick View feature does not process server side script, it most likely will not display ASP pages correctly. The ASP code will be ignored by the browser, and your page may not look as it will when served from a web server. In addition, Design-time controls whose target platform is Server will not appear. To best view ASP pages, use the View in Browser command from the View menu. The Quick View feature, however, is very handy when used with HTM pages. It displays images, activates links, and processes client side script just like Internet Explorer 4.0. It is important to note that because it acts like a browser, you can not edit or debug your HTM files in Quick View mode.
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