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Default bread crump

Hello to all
i want to display bread crumb ( may be it is another way around) in form like
signuppage1
signuppage2
signuppage3
signuppage4
i have registration process in four pages i want if user in on first page then first will be highlighted and other three must be disable when user is on second then first will be displayed n another color and three and four aare disable and current is highlighted.

Please suggest
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