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How To Develop Cascading Master Pages in ASP.NET (.NET Framework 1.x) Without Using Custom Controls

, 9 Nov 2004
Article shows a very simple but powerful way to use Cascading Master Pages design pattern in .NET without using Custom Controls.
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