One of the frustrating aspects of working with CSS (one of many, actually) is the amount of duplication in a .css file. .less help to keep your CSS files DRY using 4 constructs:
- Nested Rules
An HTTP handler is configured to respond to requests for the .less files.
<add type="dotless.Core.LessCssHttpHandler, dotless.Core" validate="false" path="*.LESS" verb="*"/>
When a request arrives for a .less file it is the handler’s job to parse the .less file and transform it into standard CSS rule sets.
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The following CSS template can be found here: www.opensourcetemplates.org
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For ASP.NET Design Templates Starter Kit that are using Master Pages but not the new Nested Master Pages feature found in VS2008 go here.
Also check this out…another article on how to take the CSS Design templates and modify them to use ASP.NET 2.0 features and customize it.
Via VS 2008 Nested Master Page Support – ScottGu’s Blog