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I want to create menus in ASP.NET for my webpage.

The menu item(in the format ->)should show the submenu items vertically to its right hand side when the user moves the mouse over the menu item and then i want the user to click that item and go to other pages.

Please give me some simple example and then i will pick up the rest...

Thanks in Advance....
Jul 1 '08 #1
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I say "Don't re-invent the wheel"...

Check out the ASP.NET Menu Control available to you in ASP.NET.

Jul 1 '08 #2
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Thanks ya for your help...
Jul 1 '08 #3

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