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Master Pages and Themes

, 9 Apr 2012
With a Master Page you can define the look and feel of your application which includes multiple content placeholders. Along with Master Pages, you can work with themes to provide the user with a great User Interface.
code.zip
code
ThemeManager
App_Code
DAL
App_Themes
Acqua
AcquaSkin.skin
Marine
MarineSkinFile.skin
Images
Blue hills.jpg
closequote.gif
openquote.gif
Sunset.jpg
Thumbs.db
Water lilies.jpg
Winter.jpg

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S V Saichandra
Software Developer GSS Infotech Ltd.
India India
S V Sai Chandra is a Software Engineer from Hyderabad Deccan. He started Embedded Programing in his college days and now he is a Web Developer by Profession. He Loves coding and his passion is always been towards Microsoft Technologies. Apart from coding his other hobbies include reading books, painting and hang out with friends is his most favorite past time hobby.
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