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Sample design template?  (Mono Support )

Viewed 9612 time(s), 4 post(s) 9/23/2010 10:27:09 PMby mat2
mat2

mat2

9/23/2010 10:27:09 PM
I would like to start designing my own skin for MonoX. Is there a minimal sample so I could see how to start?
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denis

denis

9/24/2010 6:51:44 PM
You can use the template available here: [url=http://www.mono-software.com/Pages/Portal-Template-Gallery.aspx]http://www.mono-software.com/Pages/Portal-Template-Gallery.aspx[/url]

Note that each skin consists of a THEME (all files - CSS, images,... - in the App_Themes folder and HTML Web part templates in the App_Templates folder), and one or many MASTER PAGES (in the /MonoX/MasterPages folder). As soon as you unzip the template package you can change the theme of an existing page using Page management / Page properties screen, or directly by changing the MasterPageFile and Theme properties in the header of the target page.
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virgomeg

virgomeg

5/19/2011 6:27:19 PM
Hello

I have a question, I can change the theme of my site, without changing page by page?

Thanks

Greetings
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GeorgeBirbilis9

GeorgeBirbilis9

10/2/2012 4:22:06 PM
Our designer has sent me this (from the MonoX manual I guess): "You can define themes for a single Web application, or as global themes that can be used by all applications on a Web server. After a theme is defined, it can be placed on individual pages using the Theme or StyleSheetTheme attribute of the @Page directive, or it can be applied to all pages in an application by setting the <pages> element in the application configuration (Web.config) file. If the<pages> element is defined in the Machine.config file, the theme will apply to all pages in Web applications on the server."
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