What is the difference between themes and CSS?

 Posted by Tripati_tutu on 11/20/2010 | Category: ASP.NET Interview questions | Views: 10623 | Points: 40

• In case of CSS you can define only style properties but a theme can define multiple properties of a control not just style properties such as you can specify the graphics property for a control, template layout of a GridView control etc.

• The CSS supports cascading but themes does not support. The CSS cannot override the property values defined for a control but any property values defined in a theme, the theme property overrides the property values declaratively set on a control, unless you explicitly apply by using the StyleSheetTheme property.

• You can apply multiple style sheets to a single page but you cannot apply multiple themes to a single page. Only one theme you can apply for a single page.

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