Skinning Allows Site Customization Without Source Code
Your site's "skin" controls the overall appearance of your web site - the navigation, background colors, overall styles, etc. In nearly all cases, the skin can be modified the way you want without requiring source code or other asp.net code changes. In some rare instances, to make very extensive changes or serious changes to site layouts, source code modifications may be required.
Stop settling for a cookie-cutter site that looks like hundreds of other sites...with AspDotNetStorefront, you can take control of your site's appearance and presentation, so it's how YOU want it to be!
Developers can add custom pages to the AspDotNetStorefront solution using traditional asp.net web forms, user controls, and other techniques which are standard. Those can be 'standalone' pages, or they can be made to inherit from the AspDotNetStorefront skinning engine. If that is done, the pages will match the site exactly, using the same skin as all of the built-in pages.
Skins are VITAL to the success of your business...after all, it IS your brand appearance and presentation to customers that will drive the most in revenue growth and conversion rates
Skins can be created initially in FrontPage, DreamWeaver, Expressions Web Editor, or any other HTML design tool that you, or your designer, prefers, though Visual Studio or another .NET IDE work best. Our skinning engine uses proprietary skin tokens that 3rd party editors will be unfamiliar with, so to try out the design you'll have to actually drop it on a site and take a look.
You can even have multiple skins per store, so you could have your "Shoes" category with one appearance and your "Dresses" category with a completely separate appearance. There are almost no restrictions on what you are allowed to do in skins. Any valid HTML, XHTML, Flash or other components can be used! You can also even vary skins by affiliate id's, so customers from your "Affiliate A" see skin 1 and customers from your "Affiliate B" see skin 2!
Just look at the wide array of designs that are possible in AspDotNetStorefront.
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For more information, see our Skinning Tutorial document in the manual