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Pro ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010, Third Edition by Adam Freeman, Dan Mabbutt, Matthew MacDonald

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Chapter 17. Website Navigation

Navigation is a fundamental component of any website. Although it's easy enough to transfer the user from one page to another, creating a unified system of navigation that works across an entire website takes more effort. While you could build your own navigation system with a few links (and a lot of work), ASP.NET has a built-in navigation system that makes it easy.

In this chapter, you'll tackle three core topics:

  • The MultiView and Wizard controls: These let you boil down a series of steps into a single page. With the help of these controls, you can combine several pages of work into one place, simplifying your navigation needs.

  • The site map model: This lets you define the navigation structure of your website and ...

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