When I import the ASP.NET page into Visual Studio 2003, it complains about SRC=.

You have to delete the SRC-attribute. Visual Studio 2003 uses CodeBehind instead.

You find a tutorial here:


A little article describing the difference between Src and CodeBehind:


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