Layout pages, can define sections, which can then be overriden by specific views making use of the layout. Defining and overriding sections is optional.
1. .cshtml - If the programming lanugaue is C#
2. .vbhtml - If the programming lanugaue is VB
Razor syntax makes use of @* to indicate the begining of a comment and *@ to indicate the end. An example is shown below.
@* This is a Comment *@
4. When using aspx view engine, to have a consistent look and feel, across all pages of the application, we can make use of asp.net master pages. What is asp.net master pages equivalent, when using razor views?
To have a consistent look and feel when using razor views, we can make use of layout pages. Layout pages, reside in the shared folder, and are named as _Layout.cshtml
No, by default content emitted using a @ block is automatically HTML encoded to protect from cross site scripting (XSS) attacks.
The escape sequence character for @ symbol, is another @ symbol