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How to upload blend to web (Mark Allam) - 1/14/2008 4:46 PM PST RRS feed

  • Question

  • By: Mark Allam


    Hi,
    
    I am fairly new to Microsoft blend.I built a project in Blend with 
    interactive buttons and heaps of graphics.
    I just want to know how to upload the project to the web.If anyone can help 
    please contact me on markallam@bigpond.com.Thanks.
    
    -- 
    mark from newport
    Friday, February 22, 2008 4:13 PM

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  • Eric


    On Jan 14, 7:47 pm, Mark Allam <markal...@bigpond.com> wrote:
    
    > I am fairly new to Microsoft blend.I built a project in Blend with
    > interactive buttons and heaps of graphics.
    > I just want to know how to upload the project to the web.If anyone can help
    > please contact me on markal...@bigpond.com.Thanks.
    
    Typically this will be a Visual Studio project, since you likely have
    code wired up to the buttons, or at least you have C# or VB.NET code
    mixed in there somewhere if you want to do anything useful.
    
    Visual Studio has a publishing wizard to upload it all to a site. Or,
    you can just FTP the files using a free program such as FileZilla.
    
    Eric
    
    Saturday, February 23, 2008 12:53 AM
  • Mark Allam


    Hi Eric,

    Thanks a lot for replying. Now i understand the importance of Visual Studio
    2005 which came with the software. I have noticed that when i write click on
    the project title in the project window and select "edit externally", visual
    studio opens automatically which is a good thing. I was trying to do some
    hyperlinks and from the help files it says that this can be done from the
    page without "class". Would you be able to give me some directions on
    hyperlinks. In Expression Web i can see the hyperlink features but nothing in
    Blend. One more thing, is there any relation between web and blend.I can see
    that Expression web has asp.net pages and the features are much more easier
    to use. I wanted to know that once I have created a page in blend , is there
    any way to link it to expression web asp.net page for editing.

    Your help will be much appreciated.

    Kind regards
    Mark Allam

    --
    mark from newport-Australia.


    "Eric" wrote:

    > On Jan 14, 7:47 pm, Mark Allam <markal...@bigpond.com> wrote:
    >
    > > I am fairly new to Microsoft blend.I built a project in Blend with
    > > interactive buttons and heaps of graphics.
    > > I just want to know how to upload the project to the web.If anyone can help
    > > please contact me on markal...@bigpond.com.Thanks.
    >
    > Typically this will be a Visual Studio project, since you likely have
    > code wired up to the buttons, or at least you have C# or VB.NET code
    > mixed in there somewhere if you want to do anything useful.
    >
    > Visual Studio has a publishing wizard to upload it all to a site. Or,
    > you can just FTP the files using a free program such as FileZilla.
    >
    > Eric
    >
    Saturday, February 23, 2008 12:53 AM
  • Vibor Cipan [MSPL]


    Hi Mark,

    Did you consider creating your stuff with Silverlight? It's easy to FTP
    Silverlight project on web and everyone (with Silverlight plugin installed)
    can view it from most of modern browsers (yes, that means Firefox among
    others).

    Event that Expression Web isn't tool of choice for editing sole
    Silverlight/WPF content, but you can use it so you can easilly position your
    Silverlight container, write some custom JavaScript code (in case you're on
    Silverlight 1.0) and other things regarding HTML/JavaScript.

    Vibor

    "Mark Allam" <markallam@bigpond.com> wrote in message
    news:E58A4190-34B8-4B4A-B7EE-7F4E69A66CB3@microsoft.com...
    > Hi Eric,
    >
    > Thanks a lot for replying. Now i understand the importance of Visual
    > Studio
    > 2005 which came with the software. I have noticed that when i write click
    > on
    > the project title in the project window and select "edit externally",
    > visual
    > studio opens automatically which is a good thing. I was trying to do some
    > hyperlinks and from the help files it says that this can be done from the
    > page without "class". Would you be able to give me some directions on
    > hyperlinks. In Expression Web i can see the hyperlink features but nothing
    > in
    > Blend. One more thing, is there any relation between web and blend.I can
    > see
    > that Expression web has asp.net pages and the features are much more
    > easier
    > to use. I wanted to know that once I have created a page in blend , is
    > there
    > any way to link it to expression web asp.net page for editing.
    >
    > Your help will be much appreciated.
    >
    > Kind regards
    > Mark Allam
    >
    > --
    > mark from newport-Australia.
    >
    >
    > "Eric" wrote:
    >
    >> On Jan 14, 7:47 pm, Mark Allam <markal...@bigpond.com> wrote:
    >>
    >> > I am fairly new to Microsoft blend.I built a project in Blend with
    >> > interactive buttons and heaps of graphics.
    >> > I just want to know how to upload the project to the web.If anyone can
    >> > help
    >> > please contact me on markal...@bigpond.com.Thanks.
    >>
    >> Typically this will be a Visual Studio project, since you likely have
    >> code wired up to the buttons, or at least you have C# or VB.NET code
    >> mixed in there somewhere if you want to do anything useful.
    >>
    >> Visual Studio has a publishing wizard to upload it all to a site. Or,
    >> you can just FTP the files using a free program such as FileZilla.
    >>
    >> Eric
    >>
    Saturday, February 23, 2008 12:54 AM