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I have the ASP.NET Website Programming as well as the Beginning ASP.Net book. One point that is not covered by either is the creation of menus, say from the home page of a web site. Java does a very nice job, but is there any equivalent in .NET?

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Hi Frank,

ASP.NET does not have built-in features to create a menu.
However, there a various third parties (usually commercial) that provide menus. One of these is:


Another company that provides menus is http://www.sothink.com/ with their DHTML menu. It's not really ASP.NET related, but it's easy to incorporate the menu in your .NET sites.



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