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Welcome to .NET Designers, a new column devoted to .NET application design, with an emphasis on distributed enterprise applications. Each month I'll feature an aspect of .NET application design with guests from Microsoft and the .NET community. Author: Steve Kirk Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB

 Creating a .Net architecture Site: SuperDotNet 
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When you're creating a site for .NET, besides learning how to create user and server controls, how to work with dates, databases and datagrids (among others), the same can be said for learning and developing the ways to architect your site. Author: superdotnet.com Code: ASP.NET v1.0 & VB

 Excluding The Web Designer Site: angryCoder.com 
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With ever larger and more complex websites, what happens to the smaller players that blazed the trail of the World Wide Web? Author: Clint Lewis Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

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Here is an interesting little utility that can help you choose colors for your website. As most web designers know, not all 255 colors look the same across various computer display settings. This utility helps you choose from the ones that do. Author: Gary Williams Code: ASP.NET Beta 1 & VB

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Contains a chart of 216 websafe colors that you can compare side to side, by clicking on the colors. Gives you HEX, RGB, CMYK and color names for each. Author: Visibone Code: ASP.NET v2.0 & VB

 Consistent Website Design Site: Philip Quinn's ASPAlliance Section 
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With ASP.NET there comes new ways of doing things, one of these things is maintaining a consistent design across your website. This article will go over several methods that are now available to you and the advantages and disadvantages of each. Author: Philip Quinn Code: ASP.NET v1.0

 What's In Your DOCTYPE? Site: ASP.NET Resources 
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When you create a web form in Visual Studio.NET using the canned "Web Form" template you might ask yourself, "What is this DOCTYPE declaration about?" This article sheds light on what DOCTYPEs are and why they are needed. Author: Milan Negovan Code: ASP.NET v1.1 & C#





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