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    Design time Visual in ASP .NET

    Hello everybody!
    I would like to address a question that is pushing me to sleep ...
    I see in tutorials ASP. NET that controls the flap design have a different view in my Visual Studio. In the videos and images they have a view very close to the displaycontrol in the website running, while in my Visual Studio appear more different, I'drather not finish rendering. I also realized that in the control of images and videos of the tutorials, there is always a small green image in the upper left corner of the control,which also does not appear in my controls in the Visual Studio.
    My question is: This is a setting you have to implement, or can I have this view?

    Thank you!

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    I always always always always always always always use code mode only. Design view really screws things up and messed with your perception of *how* the page will turn out once rendered. If you want to know, hit debug and look at it rendered (remember to clear cache).

    Also worth noting is that in VB it will auto pop in code for My.FormLoad which you may not want in there (if you look at in design mode)

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    Custom Web Controls are completely customizable and offer design-time support. They can also be added to your Integrated Development Environment's (IDE) toolbox so that you can reuse them in other projects. In order to reuse your custom Web control in other projects, you begin by creating a Web Control Library project in Visual Studio .NET. Then, to reuse them in other projects, you set a reference to the dynamic link library (DLL) in your project. This example creates a custom welcome label using Visual C#.

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