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Overview on Input skins within ASP.NET project
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KT.UI for ASP.NET AJAX Input control offer users multiple and customizable skins to set the look-and-feel of you Input component. We know a skin consists of two elements: images and a CSSstylesheet that can be used to the control components, such as textbox, buttons, label and define their look and feel. By using PerInput control, users are able to apply a Skin property to specify the Input appearance.
When you apply Input control within the web ASP.NET application, if you don’t set the Skin property, the Input control will automatically adopt the "Default" skin. And users also can set the Skin property to an empty string if you do not want to apply a skin to your Input control.
As we promised, users can choose both to let the Input control use the default skin and create your own defined skin. In following texts, users can see the detailed operation guides and notices.

How to Customize Input Skins for ASP.NET AJAX

Users can easily customize and specify Input skin within ASP.NET application in Visual Studio 2010, 2012 or any later version (please be sure that you have installed any of these Visual Studio visions). Users can choose to use the default skin of Input control or set your own specified skin.
To apply the default Input skin, users just need to create a web ASP.NET application, and drag and drop Input control into ASP.NET AJAX project, and then the default skin can be automatically used. While for setting a particular skin, please see following step by step guides on how to set and customize Input skins within ASP.NET web application.
  1. First of all, please add the new CSS file to your web project;
  2. Then, you need to drag and drop the CSS file from the Project Explorer onto your web page;
  3. At last, please set the EnableEmbeddedSkins property of the control as False.