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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 : in C# and VB BOOK ISBN: 978-0-470-18759-3
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Default Navigation - ch7.

This is not really a new topic; I have switched from the ASP.NET to this forum at Imar's request.
I checked your suggestion, Imar, in relation to the Monochrome.css , but this is OK.
The problem is not that no links are visible; in fact, the "Home" link is visible, with the prescribed color, plus "Home" as unclickable on the home page; "Home" as clickable plus "Reviews" as unclickable on the reviews page; "Home" as clickable plus "About" as unclickable on the about page; and so on.Just two links on each page - one the "Home" as clickable and the other, the current, as unclickable.
Cheers, wingri.
 (By the way, I think your book is a wonderful resource for a beginner like me)

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Hi there,

Can you send me the site so I can take a look? To find out my e-mail address, click my name next to this post and send me a message. I'll reply, so you know where to send it to.

Please try to remove irrelevant files (like databases, if any) to keep the size down...

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Hi Imar,

I've just started from scratch again with ch7, Navigation - this time more carefully. Everything works fine.
Humble apologies for messing you around on this topic.
Congratulations once again on a splendid book1

Cheers, wingri.

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No problem at all. Glad it's working now.

Do you have any idea what went wrong?

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I hope it's ok to post in here since it's on the same topic. I noticed I made the error in my Web.sitemap of always using /> not realizing that I also I needed use > without the slash in places. I just wanted to mention it in case someone else makes the same mistake.

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