Chapter 30. Using ASP.NET Master Pages and User Controls

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The Need For a Common Layout

Think for a moment about your Internet viewing habits. When you are clicking links on a Web site, how do you determine if the information you are viewing is on the same Web site as the previous page? Most of you will probably agree that the most prevalent indicator is the style and layout of the Web site. In other words, if I’m viewing an article on the CNET Web site and I click a link, if the new page has the same layout and appearance as the previous ...

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