WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS CHAPTER:
How to move around in your site using server controls and plain HTML
How to address pages and other resources like images
How to use the ASP.NET
SiteMapPath navigation controls
How to programmatically send users from one page to another
When your site contains more than a handful of pages, it's important to have a solid and clear navigation structure that enables users to find their way around your site. By implementing a good navigation system, all the disconnected web pages in your project will form a complete and coherent web site.
SiteMapPath, which you learn about in this chapter.
Besides visual controls like
Menu, navigation is also about structure. A well-organized site is easy for your users to navigate. The
Web.sitemap file that is used by the navigation controls helps you define the logical structure of your site.
Another important part of navigation takes place at the server. Sending a user from one page to another in Code Behind based on some condition ...