Last post Jul 18, 2007 03:40 PM by BrigitteA
Jul 28, 2006 12:25 AM|paggy4u|LINK
Jul 18, 2007 03:03 AM|rfurdzik|LINK
Jul 18, 2007 03:55 AM|BrigitteA|LINK
Jul 18, 2007 10:07 AM|rfurdzik|LINK
Jul 18, 2007 03:09 PM|BrigitteA|LINK
exchange "stylesheet" for whatever your .css file is called in the href, and make sure the path is correct - e.g. my css file is in a folder called CSS which is in a folder called App_Themes.
After that is a lot of going through all of your ASPX pages changing class names and div ids to the ones you want to use in the new style sheet.
Hope this helps
Jul 18, 2007 03:29 PM|rfurdzik|LINK
Thanks. You said" After that is a lot of going through all of your ASPX pages changing class names and div ids to the ones you want to use in the new style sheet."
This is the part I am unclear about. Do I need to do the new layout as well? I mean decide where each element needs to be placed on the page? Seems some of the pages based on CSK have completely redesigned layout... So it is not only
CSS, but layout (order) of content on the page?
It seems like a lot of work. Would not be easier to take original html, rename it to aspx and replace html static with ascx controls from CSK?
Jul 18, 2007 03:40 PM|BrigitteA|LINK
Um, I don't know, thats how I did it. I am self-taught myself so there may be an easier way of doing it.
I Didn't change any of the layout of the page, but I found it easier to have one of the downloaded template HTML pages open at the same time to compare with. Then just renamed all the ID's etc.