Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Saturday, May 09, 2015

Visual inheritance is a great feature you can use to build your Web pages provided in ASP.NET. This feature was fi rst introduced to ASP.NET in version 2.0. In effect, you can create a single template page that can be used as a foundation for any number of ASP.NET content pages in your application.

These templates, called master pages , increase your productivity by making your applications easier to build and easier to manage after they are built. Visual Studio 2010 includes full designer support for master pages, making the developer experience richer than ever before. This chapter takes a lose look at how to utilize master pages to the fullest extent in your applications and begins by explaining the advantages of master pages.


Why Do You Need Master Pages?
The Basics of Master Pages
Coding a Master Page
Coding a Content Page
  1. Mixing Page Types and Languages
  2. Specifying Which Master Page to Use
  3. Working with the Page Title
  4. Working with Controls and Properties from the Master Page

Specifying Default Content in the Master Page
Programmatically Assigning the Master Page
Nesting Master Pages
Container-Specific Master Pages
Event Ordering
Caching with Master Pages
ASP.NET AJAX and Master Pages 

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