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Wizard SideBar

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I am using a Wizard component in ASP.NET and would like the SideBar to
be visible,

but I don't want the user to be able to click the links.

However I still need the current step to
be highlighted.

Is this possible?
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Apr 6 '06 #1
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Did you realize the Wizard control is nothing more than a wired up MultiView
and View controls? You could build just about whatever you need for a UI
using the MultiView control.

To answer your question though is thus possible but IMO would be more work
and not as rich in the UI than using MultiView.

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I am using a Wizard component in ASP.NET and would like the SideBar to
be visible,

but I don't want the user to be able to click the links.

However I still need the current step to
be highlighted.

Is this possible?
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Apr 6 '06 #2

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The MultiView may well have been the better choice for my particular
app, but unforutnately too far down the line to change.
For anyone intersted, I found a way of stoppping the user clicking the
Sidebar links...

Add a layer across the SideBar and add a transparent image to the layer.
It's not pretty, but works.

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Apr 11 '06 #3

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