Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Microsoft Expression Web Designer

We are doing a whole lot of work with pure CSS and XHTML at work. Pretty much all of our web apps are now pure CSS. At first I really hated it but now I am a convert. MS Expression Web Designer beta just came out making it really easy to build web apps with Visual Studio.

Installing it was a pain in the ass, I constantly got a 1402 error - something about a registry key with .tiff shellopen thing. Seems like a lot of people get that error with Office, IE, and other MS apps.

The easy way to fix this 1402 error is to rename the .tiff key to .tiffx, the installer will re-create the keys for you and install properly. Hopefully this will save some random googler a bunch of work.

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