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# Friday, June 24, 2005

Developing Compelling User Interfaces with Ease in ASP.NET 2.0
June 30th - 6:30 PM in Tampa - Russ Fustino - Microsoft


Creating Web user interfaces has come a long way since the days of hand-coding HTML and dealing with form postbacks. But even with ASP.NET 1.x you still have to deal with the complexities of maintaining a common look and feel across your site, as well as providing navigation. ASP.NET 2.0 takes Web UIs to a whole new level with a rich set of fresh controls and IDE features. We'll start with a tour of Master Pages and show you not only the benefits at runtime, but during design time as well. We'll show you how easily Themes will let you establish a consistent appearance across your entire site. Finally, you'll discover how managing site maps - including menus, trees and "breadcrumbs" for navigation - is as easy as X-M-L.

By attending this session, you'll learn:

* How to establish a common look and feel for your Web application
* How to manage and customize that look and feel
* How to build dynamic navigation elements for your entire site

This session will illustrate the following:

* Architecture of Master Pages
* Interacting with Master Pages from an ASPX page
* Architecture of Themes
* Working with Themes at design time and programmatically
* Navigation Controls and Site Maps


To Register: http://www.fladotnet.com/reg.aspx?EventID=175

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