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Old February 12th, 2008, 10:41 AM
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I am starting a new project. I have a master page. Is this the best place to put the navigation control?

 
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U must embed treeview on the lefthand side of the master which uses sitemap source.But u r login form must not contain masterpage,all other pages must be content pages..Hope this helps....

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Old February 13th, 2008, 12:18 PM
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 U must embed treeview on the lefthand side of the master which uses sitemap source.But u r login form must not contain masterpage,all other pages must be content pages..

That seems pretty stringent. What if the poster would like the navigation on the right as something other than a tree? And there's no reason that the login form can't have navigation.

sg48 - If you want your site navigation to be on all pages that use your master page, then by all means put it on the master page.

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