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Webtools 2007 Theme Samples

Can someone point me to some Webtools 2007 Theme Samples? I'm trying to build a site based on extracting what CSS data I can find from the basic theme that came installed, and I'm not being very successful.

Specifically, the beginning of my implementation is at http://vpn.seatability.com/b1webtoolshttp://vpn.seatability.com/b1webtools">http://vpn.seatability.com/b1webtools>, and I want to make each plugin in my slot look like the corresponding widgets in the header sample code. I just can't figure out how to deal with the widgets individually.

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 07:49 PM

    So how do I setup the correct CSS classes and IDs without changing the aspx files?

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      James,

      Thank you so much for sending those files over to me. They are really helping me to get a hang of the integration.

      What if I want to change the look and feel of things outside of the plugins? For instance, I've included below how I am changing some information on the My Account screen (\common\account\myaccount.aspx). Basically, I want to add this same header (CSS STYLING INFO) to every page of the account management process, as well as the commerce transactions and almost every other page on the site. I don't see how I can make those changes without editing the .aspx files.

      <%@ Page Language="c#" MasterPageFile="~/masters/common.master" Inherits="netpoint.common.accounts.myaccount" Codebehind="myaccount.aspx.cs" %>
      <asp:Content ContentPlaceHolderID="mainslot" runat="server" ID="main">
      
      <!--CSS STYLING INFO--><div class="widget" id="myaccount"><div class="title"><h2>My Account Information</h2></div><div class="content"><!--CSS STYLING INFO-->
      
          <table class="npbody" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="2" width="100%" border="0">

      ...

      ...

      <!--CSS STYLING INFO--></div></div><!--CSS STYLING INFO-->

      On the part detail page itself, I want to take the every single .aspx file and give it a CSS ID so that I can make it look exactly how I want it to. There are 21 .aspx files in the catalog controls alone!

      I apologize if I'm just not understanding something basic about how ASP is setup, and I really do appreciate your help and suggestions.

      Thanks,

      Derek

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 06:31 PM

    They are called plugins and they are located in the /plugins directory

    They have their own seperate .aspx code and you can enter CSS classes in that code

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