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Hi

I have a large ASP.4 Web Application that I use VB.net code with.
I have found it difficult to find anyone who does professional design work
on such a site so I am trying to change the Site.Master myself using Photoshop.
Where are the Site.Master images stored in the project? I need a little guidance on this/
Thanks
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jkofte earned 2000 total points
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hi,

site.master images are located in anywhere in your application. (I mean where ever you placed images, but most probably "images" folder)

site.master is the masterpage of the application which works just like the other pages at the same directory when it comes reading the images.

for example "images/1.gif" would work same in all .master or .aspx pages in the same directory.
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thanks for the help.
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