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ASP.NET for Designers

, 11 Oct 2013 CPOL
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There's lots of technologies like skinning and theming, and of course, Web Standards like XHTML and CSS for Designers creating sites with ASP.NET. 

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There's lots of technologies like skinning and theming, and of course, Web Standards like XHTML and CSS for Designers creating sites with ASP.NET. 

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    It's much easier to build a rich user interface into your Web application in ASP.NET 2.0 than it was in previous versions. This article looks at themes—which let you skin control pages and achieve visual consistency with minimal effort.
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