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Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 in C# 2008: From Novice to Professional, Second Edition by Matthew MacDonald

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13.4. Advanced Master Pages

Using what you've learned, you can create and reuse master pages across your website. However, still more tricks and techniques can help you take master pages to the next level and make them that much more practical. In the following sections, you'll look at how tables can help you organize your layout and how your content pages can interact with the master page class in code.

13.4.1. Table-Based Layouts

For the most part, HTML uses a flow-based layout. That means as more content is added, the page is reorganized and other content is bumped out of the way. This layout can make it difficult to get the result you want with master pages. For example, what happens if you craft the perfect layout, only to have the structure ...

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