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Test: Understanding ASP.NET Directory Structure

1. Which of the following files can you expect to find in an ASP.NET theme directory?



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Correct Answer: .skin; .css; Images; Resources;
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Theme Directory

Themes and skins are new features in ASP.NET 2.0. One fundamental difference between styles and themes is that you can apply themes at a global level after the whole web site work has been done. You can let a user customize the look of the entire website (the color scheme, images, styles, etc.) at runtime. Or, you can easily, programmatically set a different look and feel for different users, say a MemberTheme, a PartnerTheme, etc.

Themes consist of several different kinds of files: .skin, .css, images, and resources. They all should ideally reside under Theme directory (though there is some leeway for certain kinds of files).
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