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Default Implement a Skin Feature in ASP.NET

hi,
   Can anyone tell me how to implement a Skin Feature in asp.net?

I want to Change all over appereance of website ,not just Color (using CSS).

I am able to implement this feature using master templates & calling Server.Execute Function on template page, but requires same no of pages in template as in main site.
for eg - if we access default.aspx page & using Skin Blue, Skin blue must contain file named default.aspx

then i used Server.Execute("/Theme/blue/default.aspx") in main default.aspx

Can anyone tell me a better way to Implement Skin Feature

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You should do your research on CSS. It is MUCH more powerful than just changing a fonts colors. Check out the many resources on the web for CSS1/CSS2 (a good place to start http://meyerweb.com/eric/css/). CSS can efficiently handle the task you are looking to accomplish. For example, I have a site running entirely in CSS with no use of tables, frames, 1px.gif hack, etc. Changing the main CSS page can alter almost every presentational aspect of the wbesite.

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Hi DolphinBay,
  I Know I can do it with CSS, but I am actualy using Master Templates
see: http://www.asp.net or http://authors.aspalliance.com/PaulW...rticles/?id=14

& I want to know how to skin with master templates, so that my website design is not consistent & if i change skin, my content change according to the skin

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