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hey everybody in this video Im going to be showing you guys how to create a default aspx form this is like deadly simple although I can see how you would not know how to do it like once you realize what like once you once you do it once youll never forget it its just one of those things that you really do have to be shown so anyways that being said lets get started first thing youre going to need to do is open up your version of Visual Studio which you can do from pretty much like anywhere I mean like in any version is what Im trying to say and what you will do is lets go ahead and just BAM delete that uh-huh so now we have no default.aspx page and im where you guys are what we want to do is go to our project menu and add a new item and then add a webform now I strongly recommend you remit rename this to default.aspx here because later on its the and also it needs to be something that your ISS server is going to natively understand otherwise youre going to need to add it man