Hi Jay Mehta,
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The SiteTabStrip control actually uses the Telerik RadTabStrip, so I can suggest that you create a custom skin for the RadTabStrip. In this skin you will define the style rules for the tab strip. You can take a look at the Tutorial: Creating A Custom Skin
to see how to build your skin. I will also advise you to take a look at the CSS Skin File Selectors
to see exactly which CSS classes you have to modify.
Now after you have created the tab strip skin, placed in theme folder that your site uses (as instructed in the tutorial), you will have a folder in your theme directory called TabStrip
. For example if you are using the Blue with right sidebar theme you will have a directory ~/App_Themes/Blue with right sidebar/TabStrip/
that will hold the CSS and images. The last thing you have to do is to create a RadTabStrip.skin
file in the ~/App_Themes/Blue with right sidebar/
directory. This file will tell your theme to use the custom skin for the tab strip, therefore the SiteTabStrip control will use your css. The skin file should look like this:
|<%@ Register TagPrefix="telerik" Assembly="Telerik.Web.UI" Namespace="Telerik.Web.UI" %> |
| runat="server" |
| Skin="YourSkin" EnableEmbeddedSkins="false"> |
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