Master Pages in ASP.NET

When web designers create a layout of the website, they break down layouts into distinct regions. When building an ASP.NET application, you’ll use a header and footer user control. The user control will usually contain an <html> element with content at the bottom of the page, the site map, and a closing </html> with related tags. This will work well if the layout is divided into a top HTML and bottom HTML portion. But what if this is not the case?

In this article, we’ll discuss how Master Pages work in ASP.NET.


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