Using the powerful capabilities of ASP.NET 2.0, you can build a web site that uses master pages and have it automatically use a PSP-optimized master page for all PSP-browser requests. This way, you can easily change your site to send PSP-optimized content to PSPs without affecting the rest of your site as it is viewed on regular browsers like Firefox and Internet Explorer. Just create your content pages like you usually do, and add a PSP-optimized master page (such as with limited links, simpler html, etc.) . When you're done with this tutorial, you will be able to just have SonyPSP:MasterPageFile="m asterpagefilelocation" in your web forms and your site will automatically load the PSP-optimized content!
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This tutorial covers everything you need to know about creating .browser files and how browser configuration files work in .NET. I'm available to answer any questions you may have.
I've included a PDF with the tutorial, as well as three .browser files. While reading the tutorial you'll know which ones to use, although you don't *have* to use the files I've included.
Note: The main HackingPSP web site at http://www.hackingpsp.com is using this (it was the guinea pig for my experiment since this technology is largely undocumented).
Author, Hacking the PSP, http://www.hackingpsp.com
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Co-Author, Hacking Digital Cameras