You've already learned simple ways to send a website visitor from one page to another. For example, you can add HTML links (or HyperLink controls) to your page to let users surf through your site. If you want to perform page navigation in response to another action, you can call the Response.Redirect() method or the Server.Transfer() method in your code. But in professional web applications, the navigation requirements are more intensive. These applications need a system that allows users to surf through a hierarchy of pages, without forcing you to write the same tedious navigation code in every page.
Fortunately, ASP.NET includes a navigation model that makes it easy to let users surf through your web applications. ...
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