ASP.NET Tutorial – Master Pages & Site Navigation – Part1

15 04 2011

Use Master Pages and Site Navigation? Create a web site with a consistent layout and design across all its pages using ASP.NET 2.0 MasterPages. See how easy it is to add navigation to a web site using the new TreeView and SiteMapPath controls. For Best View: watch the video in Full Screen Mode.

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17 responses

15 04 2011
OrbieTryze

Nice work dude…but you’re goin’ too fast!!!
Anyway thanks a lot

15 04 2011
ASPFACULTY

check this video for learning master page;
watch?v=rmh9h027J8I

15 04 2011
TheVickyRokr

good video man

15 04 2011
deejzia

visit —- generationweb.in —- for more tutorials

15 04 2011
rsmandudeguy

Nice vids. I’m assuming this video is more aimed towards an intermidate programmer?

15 04 2011
Arjun007ize

Hey Subscribed,Hey Could you please make quality vedios to see clear.Your videos are pretty good.Keep it up.

15 04 2011
bs3ac

Hi great video btw (even though it was a while since you posted it lol!)

Can you give me some info in regards to the .CSS page. What I mean is that I can see you have embedded alot of your style within the masterpage itself rather than refer to the css page for styling reference on components.

Is this good practise for say future updates or would it be possible to have done all that styling within the CSS page itself?

When would you use the CSS page to style components and for what pages?

TY

15 04 2011
aspdotnetexperts1

Thanks for sharing this informative Video. For Expert Level .NET Video’s visit “TheSYNERGETICS” channel on youtube . Synergetics is Awarded as the Best. NET Training Service Provider by Microsoft

15 04 2011
luislhg

really nice tutorials, it would be even more helpful if u did that with a higher resolution, 720p would be awesome! so we could read all the things and options you do in the video. But really good tutorial anyway.

15 04 2011
aspdotnetexperts1

Thanks for sharing this informative Video. For Expert Level .NET Video’s visit “TheSYNERGETICS” channel on youtube . Synergetics is Awarded as the Best. NET Training Service Provider by Microsoft

15 04 2011
luckyvidoes

Cool vids man!

15 04 2011
91clunga

can you please give me the code of the table.. as i already have vs2008 and cannot install web05.. i would really appreciate.. tnx

15 04 2011
zoom1177

Ok, i just looked online and i found something … it seems that there is no layout menu to begin with in VS2008 Visual Web Developer…they changed things in VS2008

Here, search online by: “Does the layout option menu exist as default in Visual Studio 2008”

So that might be an indication that things changed in the menues in the 2008 edition…search about this subject online and in MSDN you’ll find your answer.

15 04 2011
zoom1177

Yes, you’re right the video was done with Express edition but i meant I have on my machine VS2005 Professional edition installed, and i get that template menu naturally without installing any ads-on

15 04 2011
xsumo77

It looked like the video was made using Express Edition. I have used express and VS Team Edition both 2008 without seeing the table templates… rats.

15 04 2011
zoom1177

I believe what you’re refering too is in 2:23 , right?

No, it’s not an add-on, I am not sure why you don’t have it. It could be the edition you’re using.

This video was made using Visual Web Developer 2005 Professional Edition, however it’s exactly the same environment as Visual Studio 2005…the only reason i can think of is that you are not using the right edition…check to see if it’s Express edition or Professional or what?

I hope that was helpful.

15 04 2011
xsumo77

Hi, in the video you have templates under the tables menu. This is not in my install of VS2008 Web is it a specific add in?




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