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ASP.NET Theme Builder

ASPxThemeBuilder is a standalone tool designed to help developers create new themes based on shipping DevExpress ASP.NET Themes. The primary objective of the product is to simplify the otherwise cumbersome aspects associated with Theme customization. ASPxThemeBuilder provides numerous options with which to navigate through Theme elements - be it locating a visual element with one click, browsing the element trees of individual controls and exploring hierarchies of the CSS classes used to render a given control.

Use the following links to find more information on DevExpress Theme Builder for ASP.NET.

  • Main Features

    Outlines the essential capabilities provided by ASPxThemeBuilder.

  • Getting Started

    Guides you through a simple scenario of creating, editing, saving and applying a theme in your web application.

  • UI Elements
Note

Make sure that the version of the ASPxThemeBuilder tool conforms with the version of Developer Express components used within the specified web project. If necessary, you can use the Developer Express ProjectConverter tool to update the project, so that it uses the most recent version of Developer Express components.

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