Chapter 22. Using Master Pages to Provide Sitewide Page Templates

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In this hour, we will cover

  • Creating a master page

  • Defining editable regions within a master page

  • Associating a newly created page with an existing master page

  • Making an existing page use a master page

  • Adding source code to a master page

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Virtually all professionally done websites have a very consistent look and feel across their pages. The common look and feel usually includes both the layout of the page—where various user interface elements appear and how they are oriented with respect to one another—and the fonts, colors, and graphics used within the page. For example, if you visit sports channel ESPN’s website at ESPN.com, you’ll find that regardless ...

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