M# Tutorials

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Master Pages

This tutorial discusses master pages at project level. M# supports two types of master pages. One is used to display contents on normal pages and other is used to display content in modal / pop up style. For detailed information on Master pages, layout and usage please refer to Master Page and Modal VS Standard tutorials in chapter 6.

M# master pages are managed in project settings and when creating pages only show the master pages configured in this section .

You can add further master pages as required by the application. In order to add a new master page, write the name of the master page in the highlighted section and hit “Enter” on keyboard. M# creates a master page with some default options, as shown below:

M# generates all the master pages in “App_Template” folder also visible in visual studio solution. M# creates a normal master page, which can be changed to “Modal” by selecting “Is Modal” attribute as shown below: