Jun192011 Web Design Visual Web Developer Tutorial 2 – Looking at HTML Tags Article posted by gordenweb 6 Comments In this video we explore what elements have to be on a HTML page and how HTML is organized. Related Tags: developer, HTML, Looking, Tags, Tutorial, Visual Did you enjoy this article? Share it! Related Posts WEB CENTRE 9617236113 jabalpur asp dot net training seo html xhtml dhtml training centre in jabalpur Designing Static Websites using HTML and CSS3 Part – 6 WordPress Starter Theme Development Tutorial Using Sage Python Programming Tutorial – 29 – Classes and Objects About the Author: 6 Comments+ Add Comment Mrdannycanham June 19, 2011 at 5:25 AM I dont see anything that you do under the option tool thing, and whenever I want to start a new project I only have the choice of clicking class library, Can I have some help here? and under the toolbar on the left, there is nothing underneath of it, can i get some help cuz im kinda in a pickle mojara2009 June 19, 2011 at 5:03 AM Go to the tools menu and go to the options section on the tools menu. Did you download Visual Web Developer? Because if you are talking about a class library that has to do with either C# or Visual Basic express editions. Please make sure you down load visual web developer or the full version of visual studio. Mrdannycanham June 19, 2011 at 4:47 AM well i downloaded the viusal web developer, but now its wants to kinda work everything into visual basics and it all wants to work in there, so IDK whats going on, Ive downloaded what I needed and now it is wierd. Under Tools>option There is only like three or four choices on there, did you get this program for free of the internet, or did you pay? can you pm me the website if you did can you send me the link possible, idk why none of this is working though soltas000 June 19, 2011 at 3:54 AM he didn’t pay. I’ve downloaded the same program and works fine. go to microsoft’s site and try re-downloading it !! It worked form me and almost for everybody else ! hansonkewl06 June 19, 2011 at 3:15 AM yea i agree with the other poster. I have Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition, yours is Express, its really different and I cannot find those features in that Options Tool Box 🙁 ShayAxelod22 June 19, 2011 at 3:07 AM WAY TOO MUCH TALKING AND NOT MUCH DOING!!!!