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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step by Penelope Coventry

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Creating an ASP.NET Page

All built-in Web Part Pages consist of an ASP.NET page with Web Part zones. If you want to create a Web Part page similar to the ones created using the browser, then in SharePoint Designer, you could copy an existing page, as you did in Chapter 3, or you need to create an ASP.NET page, associate a master page and insert Web Part zones and Web Parts, using as many Web Part zones as you want in the layout of your choice. All built-in Web Part Pages use tables, but if you are concerned about accessibility, you may want to use tables of HTML <div> tags to lay out the pages you create from scratch. Because you can insert more than one Web Part per Web Part zone, it is common practice to insert one Web Part zone to a table cell ...

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