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Default .asp.net dynamic drop down menu

I need to create a drop down menu with submenus (sometimes a submenu of a submenu)...

I have to create it in asp.net in order to pass in Session variables....

can anyone direct me to get started??

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"Drop Down's" don't have nesting like that- perhps a tree view control would be more appropriate?

Oh wait.. this is 2.0, DId they make nested drop downs?

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Hey,

There is a tree view, or other grouping controls. You could try making your own control, although that may be a large effort?

Or, I've done something like this for a drop down list, although it isn't nested that you want, it may work though:

-Option 1
-Option 1.1
    -Option 1.1.1
-Option 2

Just use spacing to move the options over.

I haven't played with 2.0 enough to have found any controls like this, other than the TreeView, or the other SiteMap controls.

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