Have you ever wanted to create a custom skin for your RadControls? While the RadControls do ship with some of the most visually stunning skins available in any component suite, there are definitely times when an application needs a custom look and feel. Fortunately, creating your own custom skin is easy, especially with the vast collection of tutorials on Telerik.com that guide you through each step. If you can find them.

Telerik.com is a big website being updated all the time, and it is easy to miss some of the invaluable resources that are added to make your lives easier. So to make your life easier, I've assembled a list of direct links to tutorials and guides for building custom skins for most of the RadControls:
With these resources, some CSS knowledge, and a basic handle of Photoshop (or similar), you'll be well on your way to making your own custom skins. Be sure to let us know if you find any of the skinning tutorials for a particular RadControl lacking by commenting in the new documentation forums. Your feedback will help us add even more helpful material Telerik.com.

Have fun creating custom skins and feel free to share links to your handywork in the comments!

About the Author

Todd Anglin

is an avid HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript advocate, and geek about all things web development. He is an active speaker and author, helping developers around the world learn and adopt HTML5. Todd works for Telerik as VP of HTML5 Web & Mobile Tools, where his current technical focus is on Kendo UI. Todd is @toddanglin on Twitter

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