There are 3 levels by which the content pages can be attached to Master pages. Each level is explained briefly as follows.
1) At thye Page Level: To bind a content page to a master page, You can use a page directive in each content page.
2) At the application level: You can specify all the ASP.NET pages (.aspx files) in the application to automatically bind to a master page, by making a setting in the pages element of the application's configuration file (Web.config).
3)At the folder level: In this level, it is like binding at the application level, except that you make the setting in a Web.config file in one folder only. The master-page bindings then apply to the ASP.NET pages in that folder.
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