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Getting old .NET pages ready for today's web

Getting old .NET pages ready for today's web

Getting old .NET pages ready for today's web

You may consider this the dumb ? of the morning (or afternoon, evening, etc.), but I'm in need of major assistance on this.

Long ago (say, over a decade), I learned the .NET framework on the job and figured out how to build ASPX pages with VB code. Due to financial issues at the company I worked for I was let go; I had only been there for 11 months and found it hard to find work afterwards because companies wanted people with more experience. FWIW, I found sporadic work doing web-related stuff and was never able to fully get my portfolio up and running. Now, thanks to a free Front-End Web Development program at my local community college, I'm trying to more seriously get back in the game. I now have my basic web page portfolio live, but I wanted to get the older, richer and more dynamic .NET stuff working and things aren't going well. I can't even get them to come up properly from my local hard drive in the browsers, though the design shows up for them in Visual Studio 2015. What's to be done? ponder

JJ peace

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