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 How to Ajax Enable a website?
Posted by Charlie Childs on  4/12/2010 12:16:18 PM Category: ADO.NET
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Hi,
I use Visual Web Developer 2008 Express. I am following a tutorial which uses VWD2005 and says to create an Ajax enabled website. There is no specifically named "Ajax enabled template" in VWD 2008 Express

I think I have created one by creating a new ASP.NET website and adding a ScriptManager and an UpdatePanel to the page and placing the content of the page inside the UpdatePanel ContentTemplate..

I am trying to rule out reasons why my aplication wont work step by step, piece by piece from the beginning of the tutorial. I would be very grateful if anyone could reassure me.

Thanks much

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Answered By Charlie Childs on 4/12/2010 5:34:36 PM
SORTED - I am informed that Ajax is standard with VWD 2008
 
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