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Talking about Master-Content in Asp.net – How to set individual Head for each content page

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 How to dynamically add items to the Master page Head region, e.g. stylesheets from the Content page.

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Master-Content in Asp.net – How to set individual Head for each content page – ASP.NET answers
For your scenario, do you think it possible and doable that we use code to
programmatically create and add html items into the <headersections of
content page? If so, you can consider dynamically creating those html
header items (as Clinton has mentioned) and add them into your content
page’s Header. .e.g.

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protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
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Talking about jQuery 1.4 Cheat Sheet – Impulse Studios Labs

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With the release of jQuery 1.4 and the new jQuery API documentation I needed a new cheet sheet as well. The one I’ve been using dates back to jQuery 1.2, obviously a lot has changed since then

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  • Singleton how-to…
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