We have seen how themes can be used to efficiently manage the look and feel of an MCMS website. A theme consists of skins, cascading style sheets, and other supporting files. Together, skins and cascading style sheets effectively separate design elements from code.
While themes will work well on most MCMS websites, some sites may require some customization when the
RenderBaseHref property of the
RobotMetaTag has been disabled. This is because links to style sheets are rendered as relative links. As a workaround, a custom HTTP module could be built to correct the relative links on the page to absolute links.