I want to develop websie with the Features of mojoportal How?

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8/7/2010 1:34:22 AM
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I want to develop website with the Features of mojoportal How?

I want to develop website with mojoportal features, first how to customize the layout.master

8/9/2010 8:20:31 PM
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Re: I want to develop websie with the Features of mojoportal How?

Hi,

In most cases you'll not need to modify layout.master. You can use the skins provided with mojoportal or create your own using Artisteer (http://www.mojoportal.com/creating-skins-from-artisteer-html-templates.aspx

If you still want to edit layout.master, you can edit it in Visual Studio etc (assuming you understand asp.net :) )

hope it helps,

nitin

8/9/2010 8:30:19 PM
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Re: I want to develop websie with the Features of mojoportal How?

Hi,

You don't need Visual Studio to edit the layout.master. You can edit it with any text editor.

If you want to create your own skin, you can do so by copying a current skin into a custom directory. The skins your site uses are located in \data\sites\1\skins (where 1 is the site number). Once you have your own skin directory, you can start changing the CSS files and the layout.master.

I suggest you check out the skinning documentation. http://www.mojoportal.com/skinning-overview.aspx.

HTH,
Joe D.

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