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Menus in ASP.NET applications
Menus in ASP.NET applications
Menus in ASP.NET applications
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Using the ASP.NET 2.0 master concept - This article introduces the new master-page
Using the ASP.NET 2.0 master concept - This article introduces the new master-page
Using the ASP.NET 2.0 master concept - This article introduces the new master-page
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Dynamic User Interface in ASP.NET Web Applications
Dynamic User Interface in ASP.NET Web Applications
Dynamic User Interface in ASP.NET Web Applications
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Create a GDI+ and CSS Navigation System with Rollovers
Create a GDI+ and CSS Navigation System with Rollovers
Create a GDI+ and CSS Navigation System with Rollovers
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Replace relative HTML links to absolute
Replace relative HTML links to absolute
Simple replace function - replaces relative links to absolute base links in HTML href and src attributes and a, img and link tags. It works in ASP or WSH.
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Framed Click Through
Framed Click Through
This example code shows how to place a frame around an external link from your site, similar to the method AskJeeves.com site uses. This enables a few things. Useful for displaying a banner ad and/or easy navigation back to your site. This example consists of three parts: linkto.htm, which contains links to a few websites in the convention necessary for the framed click through to work; frame-click.asp, which will track the referring page and the requested and open a frameset and the link being requested; and frame-navigation.asp, which writes out a link for the referring page (or home page when none is detected) and a link to remove the frame to view the target link.
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Building a Yahoo!™ Style Navigation Bar
Building a Yahoo!™ Style Navigation Bar
This sample will demonstrate how to quickly build a simple Yahoo! style navigation bar that displays the paths a user has taken to get to a given directory, and also displays a table of links to the sub-directories of the current directory. Full source code available for download.
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Total Tutorials in Category: 7