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Figure 1.1. Combining a Master Page and a child page 3
Figure 1.2. The Login control 7
Figure 1.3. A skinned Login control 8
Figure 1.4. Sample intranet site using the portal framework 12
Figure 1.5. Dragging a WebPart to another location 13
Figure 1.6. The built-in editing features for a WebPart 14
Figure 1.7. Enabling ASP.NET 2.0 in IIS 20
Figure 1.8. Creating a separate application pool 21
Figure 1.9. Placing a Web Site in an application pool 22
Figure 2.1. Connecting to a database 25
Figure 2.2. Opening an existing Web site 26
Figure 2.3. Creating a data display page with drag and drop in Visual Studio 2005 27
Figure 2.4. Opening the Tasks pane in Visual Studio and Visual Web Developer 28
Figure 2.5. Modifying the columns displayed ...
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