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Showing a different .aspx page in each View of a MultiView control

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How would I go about configuring my Menu and MultiView controls to
display a different .aspx file for each View I have? In other words, I
have 5 "tabs" and each "tab" has it's own .aspx file associated with
it. How do I go about connecting the two? I imagine its done in the
code behind, but I can't seem to find the properties or come up with
the logic to go about this.

Thanks.

Nov 13 '06 #1
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Multiview sits on a single page. It's designed to be able to split a large
amount of content on a single page into multiple "view". Sorry!
Peter

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"ph********@Hotmail.com" wrote:
How would I go about configuring my Menu and MultiView controls to
display a different .aspx file for each View I have? In other words, I
have 5 "tabs" and each "tab" has it's own .aspx file associated with
it. How do I go about connecting the two? I imagine its done in the
code behind, but I can't seem to find the properties or come up with
the logic to go about this.

Thanks.

Nov 13 '06 #2

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That does indeed make sense. I'm wondering if it's possible to use the
Menu bar, but have the other pages load in a frame below.

Thanks for your response.
Peter wrote:
Multiview sits on a single page. It's designed to be able to split a large
amount of content on a single page into multiple "view". Sorry!
Peter

--
Co-founder, Eggheadcafe.com developer portal:
http://www.eggheadcafe.com
UnBlog:
http://petesbloggerama.blogspot.com


"ph********@Hotmail.com" wrote:
How would I go about configuring my Menu and MultiView controls to
display a different .aspx file for each View I have? In other words, I
have 5 "tabs" and each "tab" has it's own .aspx file associated with
it. How do I go about connecting the two? I imagine its done in the
code behind, but I can't seem to find the properties or come up with
the logic to go about this.

Thanks.
Nov 14 '06 #3

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How would I go about configuring my Menu and MultiView controls to
display a different .aspx file for each View I have? In other words, I
have 5 "tabs" and each "tab" has it's own .aspx file associated with
it. How do I go about connecting the two? I imagine its done in the
code behind, but I can't seem to find the properties or come up with
the logic to go about this.
Why not put your menu bar in a user control and just put it on each of
your pages?

Dec 21 '06 #4

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