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View Name in ASP.NET MVC Basics
Given a controller named Home and an action method named About, calling the View method without any parameters will cause MVC to look for a view named ___.cshtml in the “Views/_____” folder. I gave the answers as view named About.cshtml in the "Views/Home/About" folder, but it keeps giving me that the Answer is wrong.
Steven Parker220,634 Points
There would only be one "About".
You're right that file name would have "About" in the title, but the folder where it is found would only have the controller name.