This is a great deal, still less than a dollar for your own unique identifier.Even if you can't get "your.name.com" you can surely get FE84CB3538274A0FA562CC85F955C392.com (sample used).
In addition to the low price, the zeros are free!
So not only do you get a guid, you get solid proof of the old adage "Nothing is free" and that is priceless.
I don't like feeling dumb, it leads to making simple statements and then asking dumb questions.
This is not about the no-project treatment of web projects in whidbey. I liked using a project file, I have lots of excluded files :S
It is probably about changes from Beta1 to Beta2.
I could create web project / web site in each of the following without any problems or mysteries:
- Visual Interdev 1
- Visual Interdev 6
- VS 2002
- VS 2003
- Web Developer Express
- VS 2005 Beta 1
I have been searching and while I find lots of suggestions to use "file | new website" or to do the same from a blank solution. I would need to go home to verify, but I'm pretty sure that worked in Beta1.
What do I have to install/create/configure in order to create/open WebSites in Beta2?
The installed VS2005 info in case I have a wrong version:
Microsoft Visual C# 2005 55603-000-0000016-00926
Microsoft Visual C# 2005
Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Office 55603-000-0000016-00926
Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System