WebSite Navigation

Site Maps

Site Maps If your website has a large number of pages, then you need navigation system so that users can move from one page to the another easily. So, you can use the ASP.NET toolkit of controls to implement almost any navigation system.ASP.NET has a set of navigation features that you can use on your …

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Rules that ASP.NET SiteMap follow:

Rule1:SiteMaps Begin with the <SiteMap> Element Every Web.Sitemap file begins by declaring the <SiteMap> element and ends by closing that element.You will place all the SiteMap Information between the start and end Tags. The xmls attribute tells ASP.NET that the XML File uses the ASP.NET SiteMap Standard. Rule2:Each Page is Represented by a <SiteMapNode> Element …

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The SiteMap Path Control

The TreeView shows the available pages, but it does not indicate where you are currently positioned. To solve this problem, it is common to use the TreeView in conjunction with the SiteMapPath Control which is used for displaying navigation information. The SiteMapPath provides breadcrumb navigation, which means it shows the current location and allow you …

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Tree View styles

Styles are represented by the TreeNodeStyle class, which derives from the style class. As with other rich controls, the style gives you options to set background and foreground colors, fonts, and borders.

The Menu Control

The Menu Control is another rich control that supports hierarchical can bind the Menu Control to a data source. Let’s try the Menu Control in the Master page, so remove the TreeView control and drag and Drop the Menu control onto the Master Page.

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