ASP.NET Navigation controls

The topics in this section describe how to work with ASP.NET controls used to create menus and other navigation aids on ASP.NET web pages.

ASP.NET navigation controls

  • Menu control   The Menu control enables you to add navigational functionality to your web pages. The Menu control supports a main menu and submenus, and allows you to define dynamic menus (sometimes called "fly-out" menus). For information about programming the Menu control, see Menu Class Cc295544.xtlink_newWindow(en-us,Expression.40).png in the MSDN library.

  • SiteMapPath control   The SiteMapPath control displays a navigation path (which is also known as a breadcrumb or eyebrow) that shows the user the current page location and displays links as a path back to the home page. The control provides many options for customizing the appearance of the links. For information about programming the SiteMapPath control, see SiteMapPath Class Cc295544.xtlink_newWindow(en-us,Expression.40).png in the MSDN library.

  •  TreeView control  The TreeView control is used to display hierarchical data, such as a table of contents or file directory, in a tree structure. For information about programming the TreeView control, see TreeView Class Cc295544.xtlink_newWindow(en-us,Expression.40).png in the MSDN library.

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