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Test Your Knowledge: Which one to use: Web Project or Web Site?
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Visual Studio / ASP.NET offers two ways developing a web program - a Web Project model and a Web Site model. Which fits where?
 
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Flexibility vs. Clean Usage

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Figure 1. Web Project and Web Site Directory Comparison

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