Recipe: Dynamic Site Layout and Style Personalization with ASP.NET
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by Scott Guthrie
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Summary

The above walkthrough illustrates the basics of how you can enable rich site layout and style personalization.  It also demonstrates how you can encapsulate common page functionality within a base class that you can easily re-use across multiple pages in a site – a very useful approach that can be used far beyond just personalization.

Click here to download a complete version of the sample that you can run and examine locally.

Below are also some links/resources I recommend checking out to learn more about ASP.NET Master Pages, Themes, and Personalization:

ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming : Problem – Design – Solution: This is an outstanding book by Marco Bellinaso, and uses a great “real world example” approach to walkthrough how to best take advantage of ASP.NET 2.0 features (including Master Pages, Themes, Profiles and more).

ASP.NET “How Do I” Videos: This is a great series of short 10-15 minute videos that you can watch online to learn ASP.NET concepts.  Included are several videos that show off Master Pages, Themes and Profiles.

ASP.NET Master Page Articles: Two great articles by K. Scott Allen that talk about both the basics and the advanced scenarios involving ASP.NET 2.0 Master Pages.

Free ASP.NET Design Template Downloads: Professionally designed site templates for ASP.NET that are XHTML compliant, and provide re-usable Master Pages and Themes that you can use in your own projects.

Profiles in ASP.NET 2.0: A great article by K. Scott Allen about the new ASP.NET 2.0 Profile System.

ProfileView Control: Joshua Flanagan has implemented a cool control that you can use in ASP.NET to provide an editing view of your profile personalization data.  You can download the control + its source code from this link.

ASP.NET 2.0 SQL Table Profile Provider: An alternative Profile Provider implementation for ASP.NET 2.0 that allows you to save Profile properties in schematized Tables or SPROCs (rather than the default storage mechanism which is an XML blob).

VS 2005 Web Application Project Profile Support: Available as a free download, this utility works with VS 2005 Web Application Projects and enables strongly-typed Profile objects to be used within them.

Hope this helps,

Scott


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Title: Dynamic Page Resolution   
Name: Ch.Madhavi
Date: 2007-04-20 6:32:23 AM
Comment:
I read this article but still I didnt clear with my doubt. Could you please tell me how to set auto resoultion. When page loads it should detect the browser resolution 800 X 600 or 1024 X 800. According these resolutions my page should display.

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