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Themes and Skins

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With CSS being so prevalent, how common is the use of the asp.net Skins and
Themes? I'm examining my methodology for setting up sites for some folks,
and the idea of having using Themes seems compelling. However, I'm seeing
alot of emphasis on using CSS markup.

Are folks still actively using themes?

Thanks for any input.

Tim
Jun 27 '08 #1
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Hello Tim,

Themes is standard asp.net feature and I see no reasons why you shouldn't
use them.
see that description http://www.15seconds.com/issue/040105.htm

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TRWith CSS being so prevalent, how common is the use of the asp.net
TRSkins and Themes? I'm examining my methodology for setting up sites
TRfor some folks, and the idea of having using Themes seems
TRcompelling. However, I'm seeing alot of emphasis on using CSS
TRmarkup.
TR>
TRAre folks still actively using themes?
TR>
TRThanks for any input.
TR>
TRTim
TR>
Jun 27 '08 #2

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the 2 are not mutually exclusive - I tend to use asp.net themes that are
100% css ie. they contain no .skin files.

"Tim Royal" <ti*******@sierraonline.comwrote in message
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With CSS being so prevalent, how common is the use of the asp.net Skins
and Themes? I'm examining my methodology for setting up sites for some
folks, and the idea of having using Themes seems compelling. However, I'm
seeing alot of emphasis on using CSS markup.

Are folks still actively using themes?

Thanks for any input.

Tim

Jun 27 '08 #3

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