CSS files in a web project (C#, VB and ASP.NET) | Free code
Here you can download free code (C# and VB) for CSS files that you can use in a web project to control the appearance of controls and text on a website.
A web page in a web project whose appearance shall be controlled by content in CSS files must reference to these CSS files inside the "head" tag. It is normal for a web project to have one master page that links to CSS files so that this relationship does not need to be established on each content page.
A CSS file can control the appearance of a web page by reference to tags in the CSS file, by reference to ID for tags in the CSS file, or by a reference to a section of a CSS file with the "CssClass" argument in a content page. You can control the width, height, fonts, font sizes, colors and placement of objects in a CSS file. You can also add images and make a DIV tag scrollable by the "overflow" argument in a CSS file.
This template for CSS files contains two CSS files, one master page and two content pages because we want to show the links between web pages and CSS files. This template will help you to understand the concept of CSS files so that you can make your own adjustments in accordance with your requests for web design.
Remember that you in your web hosting account must have made a setting for the correct version of "ASP.NET" on your website (the version listed in the "Web.config" file). We are using Visual Web Developer 2005 (2010) Express Edition for web programming.
01/01/2015 | Created by All-templates.biz
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