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Old May 28th, 2012, 03:17 AM
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Hi there,

For stuff that you want repeated on all pages (such as global CSS fiels), the master page is a good location. For content that differs for each page, you can use the ContentPlaceHolder head. This enables you to add page specific meta data, CSS file and JavaScript. You could add multiple content controls to the head of the master page for specific content. For example, you could add one called Description in the middle of a meta tag so the content page would only have to supply the value of the description while the master page would take care of the <meta /> element.

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