Web Forms :: How To Display The Menus & Sub Menus Dynamically
Sep 24, 2010
in one of my page i need to display the menus & sub menus dynamically,for this i have a menu table called colleges & one more table called branchs 1] ABC
Science ArtsCommarce2] EFG mathszoology historylike thissome times the menus are 3some times they may be 4,5,6 may randommy incresesfor this i have the two table one is menu & sub-menus
I have a menus in master page.I took treeview to display the menus.But i want to make visible and invisible of some main menus according to my requirement . when i login into the page form.aspx menus will appear. But when i click the submit button then those menus will disappear and some more new menus will appear.
Im creating a web application in asp.net visual studio 2008.. in my application, i have manually created a menu control.. since, the menus changes by needs, i wish to load it dynamically from sql table..simple application which loads a menu control dynamically and i can develop mine using those concepts.
I'm doing some research on security and sitemaps in ASP.net and am unfortunately running short on time. I have not worked too much with ASP.net security so I'm not completely sure if I'm heading in the right direction.
Here is my problem:
I have a public website (i.e. on the internet) that will allow any user to sign up to. The website will be developed using ASP.net webforms. These users may create other users and assign these users different roles.
Different roles have different restrictions and the menu is displayed appropriately. For example, a user acting as an administrator can see all menu options. Whereas a limited user will only see some of these menu items.
There needs to be the ability for users on our end to modify what pages certain roles can access. For example, if Role1 can do task X, we would like to be able at some point modify Role1 to no longer do task X. This would be done using an application built in-house.
User types (roles) are to be saved in the database. User permissions (what pages each type can have access to) are also to be saved saved in the database.
Here is something I am thinking of doing:
Implement the authorization and authentication set up built in to ASP.net using the web.config fileUse Sitemaps to dynamically create menus/breadcrumbs from the database
I believe it is possible to do the second one using custom providers (please correct me if I'm wrong). But I am not entirely sure if it's possible to configure the web.config file dynamically.
I suppose this is really more of a yes/no answer but I would just like to make sure I'm not going in the wrong direction. I will be using VS2008 and .net 3.5 framework.
I am trying to develop a web application. I got a free CSS template from the net that has tabs on it. I want to apply menu on each tab. Each menu has different set of sitemap structure.For example, in "Business" tab, I want to have the following sitemap structure:
Is there a way to have 2 different menus that have their items populate from 2 separate sitemap datasources?
Currently I have one menu that is populating correctly from one sitemap. I would like to remove some items from this menu and have them in another menu positioned somewhere else on my page. How can I make this second menu populate these items from a seperate datasource?
How can I implement role based security that would show the admin tab if the user was logged in as a admin by using (ul-li) like the below code as a simple example. I do not want to use the menu control is this possible ?
Drop down list box for selecting a state (populate it with names of five states)
I have a masterpage that contains all my dropdown menu controls. The 2 largest browser hits on my site are IE and Firefox (in that order). I just recently updated to the latest version of Firefox and now... my dropdown menus no longer appear with Firefox but still do with IE.
There is nothing strange going on with my masterpage and it used to work fine in both IE and Firefox. Not too sure what is going on and can't seem to find anyone else who has posted on this subject.
I am running into the problem described in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/962351/.The problem is that pop-out menus are not displayed in IE8 Standards mode (they show up as blank).There is a hotfix available. Unfortunately,my web hosting company (as many) do not install hotfixes, but rather wait for a fully tested and official patch.I am trying to find out:If and when this hotfix will be rolled into an official patch What some alternatives to this hotfix might be, to be sure that I am covering all the bases.
i want to display my navigation in 2 horizontal menus, one on the top, the other on the bottom. I also want to use sitemap since it ease the maintenance of links. Is there a simple way to achieve this ? (I am not talking about Parent child, say i want to display the first 8 nodes in up menu and the left in the bottom menu.)
I have an ASP.Net 3.5 application with a menu. The menu is set to an xmlDataSource. The xmlDataSource is given the menus for the user as a dataset. The xmlDataSource uses an xsl transform file.Here is the code behind:
My problem is, when another user logs into the system, he/she gets the previous user's menus. This is based on time somehow, because if you wait long enough after another user has left a page, you'll get the proper menus.Could it have something to do with page caching? Is there something I'm missing with menus?
On my website I have implemented an asp:menu control which works fine in Firefox. Unfortunately, for some reason, the bottom border is missing in submenues in IE. You can see the problem here: [URL] Do you have any suggestions on how to solve the problem?