I'm using asp.net and css to style a master page with navigation at the top. I was hoping to add the login status control in as a menu item but it is not allowed. Can someone point me in the right direction? When I post my code on this forum do I have to include tags?
I've buit a menu functionallity in my MVC app where you can add/remove and modify navigation items:
this is what it looks like in the database (the key thing to notice here is URL field where i'm storing all Area/Controller/Action/Param values.
Now, on the front end I would like to built <UL><LI> menu from the db.
How would I know what page I'm on so that I can add class "current" to <li>. If for example I'm in "http://localhost/Admin/Admins/Dashboard" how would i know it applies to /Admin/Dashboard AND /Admin/Dashboard/Index?
-another thing. how would i handle params. For example when I'm on page /Admins/ContactUs/Edit/32 - how would i match this to /Admin/ContactUs/Edit/ ?
I want to be able to make the first line blank, in this case "about us" and still keep the same dyamtic alignment on my nav menu. Right now, if i take the "about us" title text out, it messy up my dyamtic or on hover nav menu. What would be best is i can replace those letters with spaces but it won't work with just blanks. Any idea on how i would not display the "about us" but keep everything as is?
I'd like to make navigation menu like one in [url=http://www.eveonline.com/]here[/url]. I thought about using TreeView, but I couldn't make "collapse" indicators to disapear. If I set ShowExpandCollapse property to "false" those indicators disapear, but tree becomes expanded and static. That's not what I want to achieve.
Im a newbie working on my first ASP.NET webpage using Visual Studio 2010. Im looking for a recomandation on a flexible webpage navigation/menu system. I need a dynamic system that uses SQL as backend (so that webmaster can update menus/navigation using a simple CMS) Any good systems out there you would recomend?
played w/ visual web developer 2010 and liked the template that i was given by creating a new project using the "asp.net web application visual basic" However my company is using visual studio 2008 and we are not upgrading anytime soon. So i'm trying to remake that template in visual web developer 2008. I've got 90% of it transfered and working, the styles and master.site and all work, except the menu. It's like the CSS isn't carying over right, the drop downs work on mouse over but I don't have the nice puffy buttons that change background color when i mouse over. I've dug though the css and asp code and can't find anything thats not linking up. Does anyone have any idea how to get this last 10% figured out?
I am having a problem with my menu. My navigation menu gets created with data from different tables in a database. When the page loads after a few minutes the navigation menu disappears from page. Does anyone have had this problem or knows how to fix it?
I am a student and .net freshers.I have been working on a website using asp.net and has used menu control in it.it has various sections like home,about us ,customer care and i have set navigate url for each menu parts and submenus .but it is not navigating to respective pages while it is opened in browser. I have seen sitemap usage and iE8 compatiblity articles does it needs to be done ...cant it workout just by setting navigate url in property of menu?
I have a menu navigation bar with drop down menu in asp.net project.i have done this with jquery.To get into this page i have 5 hyperlinks in previous page. when i click on one of the hyperlink and enter the navigation bar page,i need to make dropdown visible to false. i dont have any idea related to this.
Site developed in VS2010, using Framework 4. I upgraded from a VS 2005, Framework 2.I have a master page with a Navigation Menu set to Horizontal Orientation. When most of the pages on my site are renders, the Nav Menu briefly displays as Vertical before displaying as Horizontal. It ususally takes less than a second, but looks ugly from a user stand point. Anyone else run into (and fix) something like this?
I came across this site and like the top nav menu [URL] can visual studio 2008 generate such a menu like that. Moreover, what about if I want to apply security on what to show in the menu. For instance, I will have 3 departments ( Finance, Accounting and Marketing ) each department has its own apsx page. Depending on role, I need to show / not show a page under each department. How can I enforce such thing.
I've built a website with a Horizontal Menubar at the the top of the site, it works fine the only problem is now that i have added more items to the website map it has now grown wider than the site, so what i would like it to do is when it gets to a certain width drop down and start adding the node links underneath. i tried setting the width property of the <asp:menu> but this did not seem to do anything at all. I could obviously add a second menubar linking to another sitemap but i would like to be as dynamic as posssible. Plus the menu is baseed around the role structure so some users may only see 5 items where admins, supervisors etc may see around 30 level 1 menu items with multiple subitems. so in short how to i make the menu wrap round to the next line when a certain length is reached
i want to implement an accordion control to the left navigation menu. The Main title on left menu called Activities is standard so i have hard coded it. The subtitles I want to pull from the database , from the stored procedure "Activity_Get". however i am not able to achieve this because I get an error "DataSource 'sds2 ' for control 'accActivities' doesn't exist". The following is the aspx code.
How to get rid-off ToolTip showing when people hover over menu items in asp:menu navigation control? The ToolTip itself covers pop-out sub-menu and very irritating. ToolTip actually displays "description" from Web.sitemap. I thought to delete "description", but that would be nice to have for asp:SiteMapPath.
I'm trying to create an ASP.NET MVC master page so the site navigation on it will look like this:
Main Menu:Home | About | News Sub Menu: Home_Page1 | Home_Page2
The Sub Menu section should always show sub-menu for the currently selected Main Menu page (on the example above 'Home' page is selected) unless a user hovers the mouse on another Main Menu item (then it shows that item's sub-menu instead).
Im building a navigation and want to display the current page (Default.aspx, OtherPage.aspx) the user is on with a class.Right now I just have a bunch of links as <a> tags.Here is a my menu:
As you can see the Default.aspx has the class active, but that is just something I put in.How do I do this dynamically?I know I can use Path.GetFileName(Request.FilePath) to get what page the user is on.