I have an application called Dot Net Dating. I need to brand the website and enhance the graphics. I have photos and the exact idea on how I would like the application to look like. The application is written in ASP.Net 1.1. Below is the exact description from the vendor.
Structure & Templates
The web application is structured modular. This means that you may add to the application without ï¿½breakingï¿½ another section. The basic concept to how a page loads in this application is like this. As an example, the home page will be used. A client requests the home page of the website. This is [url removed, login to view], located in the root. This page has three controls on it, no HTML, no code in the code-behind. The three controls are [url removed, login to view], [url removed, login to view], and home_page.ascx. These user controls are located in the controls directory of the root. These controls contain no design code at all. Only the code-behinds are used. In the code-behinds of each control, you will notice that a call is made to the .NET function LoadControl. What is being done here is the design for each page is loaded from the templates directory. Each object on that template control is declared in the main control's code-behind and set using a FindControl. This means that all the code we would normally put on a web form is being split. The code-behind resides in the root controls folder and the design resides in the current template's design folder. This allows for the design to be completely changed as long as key elements exist somewhere on the user control. So, for the [url removed, login to view], the only thing that MUST remain across all the templates is that a repeater must be on the page and its ID must be rptResults. For the member_home, there are several repeaters. If for some reason you did not want one to appear on the page, simply set its Visible property to False.
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