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Default How to access Menu in MasterPage from Content


I have a Master Page having asp:Menu controls having datasource as SiteMapDataSource. Depending on the menu item clicked corresponding page loads. I changed the style of the selected menu item using StaticSelectedStyle attribute. but when i clicks any hyper link on that content page which loads another page the menu item style is changing to StaticMenuItemStyle. I want to show the style as StaticSelectedStyle.

How can i do that? I tried accessing that Menu control from content pages page load function. But content page load is calling first and Master page load is calling next . So its throwing exception. Is there any solution for this?



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