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Menuview or Treeview?

Hello,

Thanks for reviewing my question - it's rather simple. I would like a menu
on the left side of my asp page and would like to know if I should use the
Treeview or Menuview control? I just basically want a flat menu (a vertical
list of links). When I use the Menuview, it has a popup listing the menu
items. The Treeview's menu items are indented. So which one should I use
and with what property settings will make it flat?

Many Thanks
Peter
Feb 22 '06 #1
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Scott have a sapmple, seems that's the flat menu
Read there http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archi...17/435765.aspx

"Peter" wrote:
Hello,

Thanks for reviewing my question - it's rather simple. I would like a menu
on the left side of my asp page and would like to know if I should use the
Treeview or Menuview control? I just basically want a flat menu (a vertical
list of links). When I use the Menuview, it has a popup listing the menu
items. The Treeview's menu items are indented. So which one should I use
and with what property settings will make it flat?

Many Thanks
Peter


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