Web Forms :: Setting Theme In Web.Config Location And Intellisense?

Mar 9, 2010

I have my theme for each folder set in the web.config, but on design I have no access to the css or skins for that page unless I add them in the page directive, then upon rendering in html, the page shows 2 references to the same css file.

So for design purpose do I have to reference the file, then delete the references after I finish designing the page? why does the editor not recognize the web.config and reference the proper theme?

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