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ASP.NET 2.0 Unleashed by Stephen Walther

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Chapter 30. Extending the Web Part Framework

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Creating Custom Web Part Zones

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Creating a Multi-Column Web Part Zone

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Creating Custom Catalog Zones

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Creating Custom Editor Zones

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Creating Custom Web Part Display Modes

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Summary

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The standard parts included in the Web Part Framework are fine for building simple Web Part applications, but you’ll quickly run into some of their limitations when your needs become more complex.

For example, the Web Part Framework includes the DeclarativeCatalogPart control, which you can use to add new Web Parts to a page. However, this control ...

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