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Question Need help in asp.net 3.0

Where do i put this. Do i put it in the web.confiq source code or someone else. And there is alot of coding on the web.confiq source; so that I dont mess with the file is there a certain place I put it it. Thanks The assignment is below

To apply a theme to the Web site, in the web.config file, assign the name of the theme by adding the theme attribute of the <pages> element, as shown in the code example that follows:

<pages theme="SkinFile1" />

2. Press F5 to run the web application. Verify if the skin file is applied to all pages that contain Label and Button controls.

3. To apply a style sheet theme to the web application, assign the name of the style sheet theme to the styleSheetTheme attribute of the <pages> element, as shown in the code example:

<pages styleSheetTheme="SkinFile1" />

4. To apply a theme or a style sheet to an individual page, set the theme or style sheet names for the Theme or StyleSheetTheme attributes in the existing
@page directive, as shown in the code example:

<%@ Page Theme="SkinFile1" %>
<%@ Page StyleSheetTheme="SkinFile1" %>
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Don't the instructions explicitly mention where to put it, including the name of the file as well as sample code? What is it you're not understanding?

Aloso, Skinfile1 seems to refer to a skin file, not to a theme which should be the name of the skin file's parent folder which in turn should be under App_themes.


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Default User Datagram Protocol

I wish to share some useful information about UDP datagrams. I have found a well-built webpage which presents the most important terms and notes regarding to the User Datagram Protocol in order. I think it can be helpful for anybody.
In the followings you can read a quote from the article:
As it comes from its name UDP ensures network traffic in the form of datagrams. A datagram includes one message unit. The header information is included in the first eight bytes of the datagram while the message data is comprised in the remaining bytes. A UDP datagram header builds-up four fields and each of them is two bytes:

Source port number
This field identifies the port of the sender and it is considered to be the port to which replies can be sent if it is necessary. If it is not used, it is zero.

Destination port number
This field identifies the port of the receiver.

Datagram size/Length
This field defines the whole datagram's length including the header and data. The minimum length is 8 bytes as it is the length of the header.

Checksum field checks the header and data for errors.
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