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Preview asp.net page

Postby John_S » Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:11 pm

Hello.

Using Rapid CSS 2016, the preview option appears to only allow a local html file. I develop in asp.net, so the file extensions are .aspx, not .html. Selecting a .aspx file does not preview, nor can I direct it to a live website. Is it possible to use the preview feature with asp.net pages?

I am comparing Rapid CSS 2016 with Stylizer 6, and Stylizer 6 does let me preview my live website that was developed in asp.net.

Thank you.
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Re: Preview asp.net page

Postby Aivars » Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:27 pm

Not with Rapid CSS, you would need to use WeBuilder 2016 for ASP. See: http://www.webuilderapp.com/editions.php

To preview ASPX, go to options -> Preferences -> Preview -> Mappings and make sure you configure your local webroot to correspond to http://localhost/ (or whatever local domain name you use).
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Re: Preview asp.net page

Postby John_S » Wed Dec 21, 2016 6:39 pm

Okay, thank you.
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