ASP.NET 2.0 designer templates


I posted about Master Page tempaltes awhile back and they are almost complete — except for now, they aren’t master pages.  They are going to be RAW HTML templates, in both table and full CSS format that can be easily converted and used as Master Pages, content pages and more.  They are fully documented, explaining design decisions, CSS, etc. with specific examples on how to customize them easily using CSS.  We have 6 designs complete now and I think they are pretty fun!  I’m considering converting a few into Master Pages as a side-project of my own if I can ever find time.  The templates themselves are done and the documentation is almost complete.  I’d expect to see them posted in the next 3-6 weeks — I might post the tempaltes themselves before the docs — what do you think?


Also!  While you are reading — what’s your feedback on VWD and ASP.NET 2.0?  B2 has been out for awhile yet… what’s great?  What’s not?  If you haven’t installed it and are reading this blog, what is your problem 🙂


I’ve started to see several ASP.NET 2.0 sites sprout up — if you have built a site using 2.0 I WANT TO see it.. oh I think this warrants another seperate post.


Comments (4)

  1. Sam says:

    ASP.NET 2.0 ROOOCCCCKS

  2. ASP.NEt 2.0 is a must!

    Call to action: change imidiatly from ASP, ASP.NEt 1.x to 2.0!!

    One sad issue: SQL Express as standard membership database. Give us back Access! Not for production enviromen, for learning!

  3. bgold says:

    Hannes — while SQL Express is our recommended guidance even for learning we are about to release the source code to the access providers so you will be able to compile and use them on your sites. However, SQL Express, should provide most of the ease-of-use features of Access, including XCOPY and intrgration into Visual Studio and Visual Web Developer Express.