SharePoint branding describes customizing the SharePoint UI through a combination of master pages, themes, page layouts, CSS, images, Web Parts, XSLT, and other means. This chapter highlighted the major components used to create the SharePoint UI and provided some examples that can be used to solve common branding-related scenarios faced by many companies. In summary:
SharePoint branding helps to create a consistent look and feel, provide standardized content page templates, and create an interface to create editable content in Web pages.
Because MOSS is built on top of ASP.NET 2.0, anything that can be done in ASP.NET 2.0 can be achieved with MOSS.
Themes are used in SharePoint to change the look and feel of the site by applying a different ...