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how to convert ".html" pages into ".aspx" pages
Posted 28-Aug-11 21:09pm
Updated 30-May-16 2:39am
Philippe Mori 29-Aug-11 21:10pm
In practice,if you don't need server-controls for each item, it might be possible to only update specific portion of the page. That approach would make sense if you have a lot of static content...
Vincent Maverick Durano 11-Jun-16 12:54pm
If you know the functionality of that page then I would suggest you to convert it by yourself. If you are new to ASP.NET then learn how it works and render HTML. Though there might be tools available for converting, still it wont guarantee you to convert it completely.
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Solution 1

You need to redesign and remake your html page in aspx.
AFAIK, there is no other way.

There may be a few tools to help you out, but I dont expect any of them to work completely.
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Solution 2

You can Paste the HTML source code on aspx page with all css,image folders (if html page have) and change the HTML controls to ASP.Net Controls manually.

For Example:
for Form tag in ,You can change as
<form runat="server">
by adding runat="server".

and some controls can be changed as
<button id="id" text="label" önclick="sub"> in HTML.
<asp:Button id="id" text="label" OnClick="sub" runat="server" />
in by adding ASP and runat="server"</button>

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