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Microsoft® ASP.NET 4 Step by Step by George Shepherd

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Chapter 7. A Consistent Look and Feel

After completing this chapter, you will be able to

  • Use master pages to develop a consistent look and feel for your entire Web site.

  • Use themes to apply styles to controls and pages across an entire Web site.

  • Use skins to apply styles to custom controls.

A distinguishing characteristic of most well-designed modern Web sites is the consistent look and feel of each page in a site. For example, many sites incorporate a specific color scheme and font set. Also, the way a well-designed site frames information and provides navigation tools is consistent from one page to the next. Can you imagine visiting a site where each page was radically different in appearance from the previous page? At the very least, you'd be confused. ...

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