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How do you find missling links in a web site using Visual Studio?


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#1 athono   Members   -  Reputation: 132

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 03:07 AM

How do you find missling links in a web site using Visual Studio?

I am studying a web site that caught my eye by making a test site privately. Since the original html and CSS and JavaScript code is on a Windows Server and since I am making a test version on a Linux server, there are issues with missing links because of case sensitivity.

Anyway, this is he point. When I load the test website, I get an error message that some file cannot be found, but it does not tell me what file. It is a very general error message. Because of the size and all the connections and files, it is difficult to track down what file is missing or misnamed file. Now, I think there is a way to easily find out exactly what file is not found. I think there is a way to do this using Visual Studio test classes and projects. Am I right?

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Posted 05 March 2012 - 09:35 AM

How do you find missling links in a web site using Visual Studio?

I am studying a web site that caught my eye by making a test site privately. Since the original html and CSS and JavaScript code is on a Windows Server and since I am making a test version on a Linux server, there are issues with missing links because of case sensitivity.

Anyway, this is he point. When I load the test website, I get an error message that some file cannot be found, but it does not tell me what file. It is a very general error message. Because of the size and all the connections and files, it is difficult to track down what file is missing or misnamed file. Now, I think there is a way to easily find out exactly what file is not found. I think there is a way to do this using Visual Studio test classes and projects. Am I right?



Can you post a screen shot, or a more detailed copy of the error message it gives you, as from my experiences the error messages for missing content in a website in Visual Studio are quite detailed and explicit.

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Posted 18 June 2012 - 06:37 AM

You are much more knowledgeable than I am about visual studio.

I want to know what you know.

I am using Visual Studio 11 Beta, but I do not think there is a lot of difference between this version and the previous versions.

How do I even load the html file for debugging? If I just load it as a file, I do not see how I can run the file.




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