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I have a web page. This page contains a PlaceHolder and this placeholder brings or holds some links created by the admin at runtime. Not when we design the page i mean there is no exact no. of the links to be created by the admin. Let an admin create Four links like Jan,Feb,Mar,Apr.....

Now i want as the client clicks on Jan link then a panel or imageButton should display the image of month Jan and if he/she clicks on Feb link then image of Feb month should display


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Do you want these links to go to a new page? Do you want them to execute javascript that displays the calendars?

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Yes i want to go to a new page accordingly the user clicks on the link

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What do you have so far? This sounds fairly simple, you just need to emit a list of hyperlink elements to the page. This can be done with a GridView, DataGrid, Repeater, BulletedList, etc, etc.

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