Convert a web project to a class project in Visual Studio 2012

Shows how to convert a web project to a class library in Visual Studio 2012.

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Cannot run web site in Visual Studio 2012

You create a new website in Visual Studio 2012. You want to run the new website but when you click the play button nothing happens.

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Enable edit and continue in Visual Studio 2012

Shows how to enable ‘Edit and continue’ in Visual Studio 2012 Professional.

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Show active file in solution explorer in Visual Studio 2010/2012

Shows how to select the currently active file in Solution Explorer in Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2012.

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Add intellisense documentation to Javascript in Visual Studio

Shows how to add documentation to Javascript functions in Visual Studio so that functions and arguments can be instantly understood.

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Cannot move T4 template (.tt file) in Visual Studio 2012

Due to the way our system is designed we need to move our T4 templates from one project to another. In Visual Studio 2012 you cannot do this by dragging. Here is how to get around that.

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AnkhSVN not working on Visual Studio 2012

You install AnkhSVN but in Visual Studio 2012 nothing happens. It’s as if you hadn’t installed it. Here’s why.

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Show line numbers in Visual Studio 2010

Strangely today my line numbers seem to have turned themselves off in Visual Studio. After hunting about I was able to turn them back on. Here is how.

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How to delete all breakpoints in Visual Studio

Shows how to delete all breakpoints in your Visual Studio solution.

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Make a class public by default in Visual Studio

While changing some Visual Studio defaults I thought I’d fix this long-standing annoyance. By default when you create a new class in Visual Studio it is has no accessor, so it is not public by default. Here’s how to change that.

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