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There are some references on how to install intellisense for jQuery in VS2008SP1, is it also possible for SharePoint Designer ?

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Can't comment so posting my own answer.. Charles and Jaap are right.. SPD wasn't designed to do this.

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Highly unlikely in my opinion, I don't think SPD is - nor it's meant to be - a very extensible application.

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SharePoint Designer was never intended to be used for custom code of any sort, even though you can obviously inject client side code into a page using it.

So I would suspect that Microsoft have deliberately not invested time and effort in developing that side of the product.

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VS 2010 has Jquery intellisense. Hope this helps

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