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hi , i have a form , panel , tool bar and search text Box , and i want to make them like a master page ( its not projects ) its windowsform application , when user clik to some thing the the contetnplace holder change but the master page content dont change .
its possible?

example ur web browser , at the top u see tool bars , navigation bar ,,,, etc , and down u see web page , how ?
Posted 20-Mar-13 20:37pm
Did you try anything?
Are you comfortable with writing classes, setting events, etc.? If you are, such framework would be trivial.

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You can create a form or panel class with some common controls and the empty panel designed for a class user to put custom ("content") controls to it. The idea is very simple, but such collaboration between common controls (analog of master page) and custom part (analog of content page) needs thorough design.

However, the idea is trivial: you can expose properties and events of those common controls to the user of the class, so the user can couple events of both parts in some custom way, separately for each instance of the class.


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