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Dst
Hi i'm trying to make a very simple web site using visual studio 2005.

I'm completely noob at this so i need some pointers to get me started.

As i understand frames should not be used in asp.net ?
But what are the alternatives ?

My main page is very simple, it is created using a table and looks like
this
--------------------------------------------------
| Title |
-------------------------------------------------
|Menu| Content |
| | |
| | |
| | |
| | |
-------------------------------------------------

Menu is a treeview control, so how can i display different web forms in
the content
part when the menu is clicked ? Or at least a html page.

And if the content page is larger than the current view, how can it be
made dynamic in height ?

Can anyone help a web rookie ?

May 12 '06 #1
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Look into Mastar Pages. They are one of the most talked about new features
in ASP.NET 2.0. Here is a quick link to the ASP.NET Tutorials on Master
Pages but there is a lot of information out about them elsewhere as well.

http://asp.net/QuickStart/aspnet/doc...s/default.aspx

"Dst" wrote:
Hi i'm trying to make a very simple web site using visual studio 2005.

I'm completely noob at this so i need some pointers to get me started.

As i understand frames should not be used in asp.net ?
But what are the alternatives ?

My main page is very simple, it is created using a table and looks like
this
--------------------------------------------------
| Title |
-------------------------------------------------
|Menu| Content |
| | |
| | |
| | |
| | |
-------------------------------------------------

Menu is a treeview control, so how can i display different web forms in
the content
part when the menu is clicked ? Or at least a html page.

And if the content page is larger than the current view, how can it be
made dynamic in height ?

Can anyone help a web rookie ?

May 12 '06 #2

Create a Master Page.
Put your Title and Menu on that page.

Create a new page, and sets its master page to the page you created.
Put your content there.



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Hi i'm trying to make a very simple web site using visual studio 2005.

I'm completely noob at this so i need some pointers to get me started.

As i understand frames should not be used in asp.net ?
But what are the alternatives ?

My main page is very simple, it is created using a table and looks like
this
--------------------------------------------------
| Title |
-------------------------------------------------
|Menu| Content |
| | |
| | |
| | |
| | |
-------------------------------------------------

Menu is a treeview control, so how can i display different web forms in
the content
part when the menu is clicked ? Or at least a html page.

And if the content page is larger than the current view, how can it be
made dynamic in height ?

Can anyone help a web rookie ?

May 12 '06 #3
Dst
Tnx, simple and it works like a dream.

Dst

May 13 '06 #4

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